Monthly Archive:: October 2018

Premier League: Our round nine predictions

The international break is over, hurrah, which means that club football is back, and so is our predictions. I’d like to give a big shout out to Alf for writing the tipping post last

Top 3 reasons why this season can be Dortmund’s year (and 3 it won’t)

With Bundesliga veteran Lucien Favre as the manager of the team, Borussia Dortmund are currently unbeaten in both the Bundesliga and the Champions League, which is the music to the ears of the fans

Paco Alcácer – a clear solution and the dilemma in disguise

Barcelona supporters may have trouble in believing this: Paco Alcácer, the fourth forward in their squad, can’t stop scoring after leaving Camp Nou on loan to Borussia Dortmund, a German Bundesliga giant. Under Lucien Favre’s guidance,

Olympique de Marseille – the other side of Le Classique

Olympique Marseille may not be a household name since Paris Saint-Germain is the focal point for Ligue 1 fans and football lovers. However, for those who know French football well, Marseille used to be the

It’s the best time for Barcelona to start “Project Messi” now

We all know how crucial Messi can be when he’s on the pitch with his fellow teammates, no matter which jersey he dons. He’s the kind of player who masters everything and works hard

The sudden decline of Die Mannschaft is no joke

It hasn’t been a great year for the Germany national team and their fans. After the shock exit of the World Cup (and the embarrassing defeat against South Korea), Joachim Löw’s side recorded only

A new Milan – what the Derby della Madonnina really means in this era

The contest between AC Milan and Inter Milan (aka Derby della Madonnina or Milan derby) is, without doubt, one of the most anticipated rivalries in both the Italian Serie A and the football world. While

Leno is great but the Gunners are no one-man army

As an Arsenal fan myself, I was thrilled when I heard that my club decided to sign Bernd Leno from Leverkusen to compete with Čech and Emi Martínez. Despite the deal, I still believe that

The Bosman ruling and how it changed football

15 December 1995. When you think of places where history might be made in the world of football, you’d think of the games, the players. World cup finals. Record-breaking transfers. Not the European Court of

A look at the eight A-League expansion bids

The 2018-19 A-League, the top-flight of football in Australia, kicks off in just eight days’ time when Sydney FC travel to Adelaide United. Over the course of the next seven months, the next 140
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