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Eusebio Di Francesco

Eusebio Di Francesco: Roma’s New Italian Coach With A Spanish Touch

Italian managers are renowned for their extremely pragmatic, cautious and tactical approach to the game. But Eusebio Di Francesco happens to be one of few who has bucked that trend, showcasing a unique attractive brand, only envisaged hundreds of miles away in Spain. Exactly why Roma came knocking on his doors after Luciano Spalletti’s departure.When […]

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IFAb trying to introduce new fifa rules

New FIFA rules that threatens to make football look like Basketball, Rugby, Tennis

Ever heard of the International Football Association Board (IFAB)? It’s the organisation under FIFA, responsible for defining the rules of football worldwide. Take a look at the proposed football rules by IFAB, don’t you think it’ll make our football look more like Basketball, Rugby, Tennis?The International Football Association Board is said to have completed work […]

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ronaldo joining machester united

Here’s Why Cristiano Ronaldo Joining Manchester United is next to impossible

Since news broke in Spain a week ago that Cristiano Ronaldo has angrily asked to leave Real Madrid, fans of Manchester United have not been dissuaded from drooling over the possibility of the winger rejoining the Red Devils. This here is laying the facts bare! That deal is never going to happen.In the world of […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo

5 Potential Destinations For Cristiano Ronaldo

Last Friday the footballing world was stunned into shock as news broke that Cristiano Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid. The undisputed best player on the planet wants to leave the biggest club in the world and something doesn’t quite add up.It’s reported that the Madrid legend has told his international teammates that his decision […]

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Gary Cahill

These Three Young Defenders Can Replace Gary Cahil At Chelsea

The resemblance between Gary Cahill and John Terry simply cannot be mistaken. Both are English, play the same position, can score goals and are natural leaders. At a point in time, Chelsea had both, now they’re left with one (Gary Cahill), who is rapidly approaching his mid-thirties. The Blues must find a younger replacement.When Gary […]

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World Youth Championship

Why An African Country Can Share In England’s World Youth Championship Glory

June 2017 brought smiles to the faces of fans of English football; for the first time since 1966, England lifted a global trophy in football. It was all thanks to her youth team – The Young Lions. However, somewhere in Africa, the most populous black nation is also sharing in England’s euphoria.Paul Simpson deserves a […]

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Claude Puel

Why Southampton Was Right To Sack Claude Puel

Southampton’s decision to axe Claude Puel after just one season appears harsh from a football sense, but in reality, was inevitable. Though there were a couple high points illuminated by flashes of his incredible tactical ingenuity, however, the handwriting had been on the wall from the word go.When the Saints marched hundreds of miles to […]

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FC Internazionale New Coach Luciano-Spalletti

Luciano Spalletti: The Perfect Man For Inter Milan

Luciano Spalletti was recently confirmed as Inter Milan’s new manager, their fifth in just a year. Although the shaven-headed tactician was clearly never the club’s first choice, however, his impressive track record proves just why he’s the perfect man for the job.Nearly all Inter fans were already salivating at the prospect of having either Antonio […]

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peter bosz

What Would Be Peter Bosz’s Effect on Dortmund?

Peter Bosz has a new responsibility, he must re-galvanize Borussia Dortmund and make them strong contenders once more, both in Europe and domestically. We take a look at what the Dutchman brings to the Black and Yellows.In May 2016, some persons came together to agree that it was time for Frank De Boer to cut […]

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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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