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  • What De Boer’s sacking tells us about modern football

    It is no news by now to English football followers that Crystal Palace have sacked Frank De Boer after just 77 days of tenure. De Boer, 47, failed to earn a single point and score a goal in his four matches in charge of the South Londoners. The decision seemed quite harsh, considering the fact…

  • Il futuro a tinte giallorosse

    La sconfitta dell’ Italia contro la Spagna ha riaperto vecchie ferite mai rimarginate. Il pesante 3-0 ha riportato in auge il dibattito sulla mancata crescita del sistema calcistico italiano, specialmente dal punto di vista tattico e tecnico. Altre nazionali come appunto la Spagna, la Francia, l’ Inghilterra e la Germania sembrano aver costruito sulle macerie…

  • Buscando a Bale

    “Me gusta jugar en cualquier lugar de la delantera, ya sea en la derecha, en la izquierda o en el centro” Gareth Bale en referencia su posición en el programa El Larguero de la Cadena Ser en el año 2015 Buscar a Gareth Bale para que sea partícipe en el juego del Real Madrid, esa…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: APOEL

    Founded on November 8th 1926, APOEL (in Greek: ΑΠΟΕΛ) stands for “Athletic Football Club of the Greeks of Nicosia”. The name alone indicates that APOEL is – at least for APOEL fans – a lot more than just a football club. It represents our Greek heritage and ideology that to this day we carry with…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: Spartak Moscow

    Spartak Moscow are back in the Champions League for the first time in 5 years, as they take on Maribor, Liverpool and Sevilla in Group E. Can they pull off the upset of making it into the knockout round? Spartak automatically qualified for the group stage after winning their first title in 16 years, last…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: Real Madrid

    It’s time for Champions League football again! The Champions of the Champions League are back once again to defend their title, the last time the club has been knocked out was in 2015 against familiar opponents Juventus. Real Madrid are the clear favorites to win the title, behind them comes Barcelona, Bayern Munich, PSG and…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: Shakhtar Donetsk

    Feyenoord, Manchester City, and Napoli. Shakhtar Donetsk have had easier groups to deal with before, let’s just say that. I don’t expect us to outplay Guardiola’s City, or Sarri’s Napoli, or van Bronckhorst’s Feyenoord, but we can give them hell and try to win some points. This Shakhtar team is in hot form right now,…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: Bayern Munich

    Well, Bayern Munich are up for another year of the Champions League. It’s now been 5 years since they last won the treble, they’ve been through 2 coaches since then (and maybe more soon with rumors of Ancelotti leaving) and they still haven’t made it to the CL Final. Can they do it this year?…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: CSKA Moscow

    Well, it has been an interesting few months for CSKA Moscow. A bad transfer window upset the fanbase greatly, but they were calmed after CSKA defeated AEK Athens in the 3rd qualifying round to make it into the group stage. Now they find themselves in an interesting Group A, a group that they can advance…

  • Group Stage Fan Preview: Olympiakos

    Having participated in the Champions League group stage 18 times, the most by any team outside Spain, England, Italy, Germany and Portugal, Olympiakos’ supporters will claim that their beloved club is back where it belongs. Having missed out on last years edition, Olympiakos face an almighty task taking on Barcelona, Juventus and Sporting CP. The…