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5 Positions Real Madrid Must Strengthen This Summer

5 Positions Real Madrid Must Strengthen This Summer

After one of the most dominant years in Spanish football history, the aim for Real Madrid now is to either replicate that or better it. To sweep aside teams like Bayern Munich, Juventus and Atletico Madrid on their way to a 3rd UCL title in 4 years, not only shows dominance, it professes superiority. But […]

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5 Biggest Stars From The FIFA U-20 World Cup

Galaxy of stars was born at the just concluded FIFA U-20 World Cup in South Korea. But which of them shone the brightest and left unforgettable footprints in our hearts?England made history as they claimed their first title, capping off a scintillating tournament with a 1-0 win over Venezuela in a pulsating final on Sunday. […]

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What Ederson Must Do To Avoid Bravo’s Debacle

Cast your minds back to when Claudio Bravo first landed in England, he was perceived as the perfect bride for Manchester City. But one year after, their union turned out to be a left-handed one. Hence, what should latest arrival, Ederson, do to avoid a similar fate?Everything seemed to be falling in place for Bravo. […]

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5 Players Arsenal Can Sign To Help Them Win The Europa League.

Now that Arsenal fans have finally accepted their fate of playing in the Europa League next season, it’s time to assess how the Gunners can win the tournament. Even though most will feel that they’re above the understudy European competition, the sad reality is Arsenal’s current squad will not win the tournament. Why? Because there […]

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Why Every Club Should Be After Naby Keita

The transfer window has been shot wide open with every single club jostling to make reinforcements to their squads. But what we seem not to understand is why none is looking towards the direction of last season’s Bundesliga breakout star, Naby Keita.If you followed RB Leipzig’s fairytale run last term, then you will agree with […]

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Surprise Package: 5 Strikers Who Stunned The Whole Of Europe Last Season

Last season, we witnessed loads of surprises in several European domestic leagues. Monaco’s extraordinary cruise to the Ligue 1 title; RB Leipzig’s fairytale debut in Germany and Antonio Conte’s exceptional first taste of Premier League football, to name but a few. Perhaps, most intriguing of them all was the performances of certain individual players, at […]

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6 Big Things Happening In The Transfer Market

The long wait for the transfer market to reopen is finally over. It’s time to know how true the transfer rumours making the rounds are. It’s still early days though, but we already have a few talking points from the European transfer window.Regardless of the fact that being the biggest spenders in the transfer market […]

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Cheick Tiote

Even In Death: Why The World Can’t Forget Cheick Tiote

The football universe was once again rocked by tragedy, Monday morning, after it surfaced that Ivorian midfielder, Cheick Tiote, had passed away on the pitch. Tiote, who spent a bulk of his playing career at Newcastle United, lost consciousness during a training session with his Chinese club, Beijing Enterprises, before being declared dead moments later […]

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Real Madrid’s Champions League Triumph: 4 Lessons For Other Clubs

Real Madrid’s latest Champions League conquest is an absolute eye-opener for other clubs. Los Blancos edged Juventus 4-1 in the final at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Saturday to clinch their 12th title. They thus become the first side to win the accolade twice in a row.There are a whole lot of lessons to be drawn […]

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Matt Derbyshire

Matt Derbyshire: The classic example of success outside the Premier League

Not every player has fond memories of their time in the Premier League; not even all Brits. For former Blackburn Rovers striker, Matt Derbyshire, his most revered moments has certainly come outside the shores, with his recent decision to move to Cyprus ultimately paying off.When Derbyshire joined Blackburn in 2003, he was expected to become […]

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