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  • Analyzing Wolfsburg’s Start to Life Under Niko Kovac

    VfL Wolfsburg are far from the neutral’s choice in the Bundesliga. The North German outfit are constantly criticized for their mediocre fanbase, mocked for their plastic atmosphere and half-empty stadium, and scorned for their controversial circumvention of the 50+1 rule with long-time sponsor Volkswagen.   While a stunning league title, a maiden pokal triumph, and…

  • Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting’s Renaissance at Bayern Munich

    When you mention Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting to casuals or non-Bundesliga watchers, the rhetoric would still be his failed stint at Stoke City or how he has the best agent because of how he subsequently got moves to PSG or Bayern. However, the rise of Choupo-Moting as one of the key cogs in the Bayern machine…

  • Amadou Onana: The Lowdown on Everton’s Belgian Midfielder

    Sean Dyche’s imminent arrival may have breathed new life into Everton’s season, but they look set to lose the one man whose boundless energy has kept their head above water and given Dyche a fighting chance of staving off relegation. Amadou Onana has been touted with a move away from Merseyside in January, despite only…

  • Bayer Leverkusen: Germany’s Unluckiest Club?

    Rival fans and football snobs call them a plastic club and pill pushers, but Bayer 04 Leverkusen is an institution of football that has stood for more than 100 years. As the more eagle-eyed of you might have spotted, the club has a 04 in their name and their badge, marking the year 1904. One…

  • Armand Laurienté — Sassuolo’s French Spark in Attack

    When Sassuolo lost Gianluca Scamacca, Jeremie Boga and Giacomo Raspadori in the summer of 2022, you would forgive the fans if they believed the attacking spark that they’ve been known for under Roberto De Zerbi and Alessio Dionisi to be fading. However, the performances from Armand Laurienté, who was captured from Lorient late that summer, have…

  • Bartłomiej Drągowski: Spezia’s Polish Goalkeeper

    From Wojciech Szczęsny to Łukasz Skorupski to Łukasz Fabiański, Poland have produced a treasure trove of goalkeepers over the past few decades, and the next one up may just Spezia’s 25-year-old goalkeeper Bartłomiej Drągowski.   In 2014, Drągowski made his senior debut for Jagiellonia Białystok, where he began his career. At the age of 16,…

  • Fulham’s Unlikely Run to the 2009/10 Europa League Final

    Fulham are the oldest professional football club founded in London, but have not had a history as glamorous as clubs like Arsenal, Spurs or Chelsea have. Despite this, they are, if nothing else, a very likable club. The atmosphere at their stadium, Craven Cottage, is just what a football romantic could wish for. The Cottagers…

  • How Can 22BET’s Bonuses Help You When Betting on Football?

    If you decide to bet on football, you can use many online betting bonuses. Even though not all of them offer what you need, you can use the 22bet bonus code, and you will see why it is one of the world’s most popular online bookmakers. Thanks to these bonuses, this online betting operator is…

  • Why Are So Many Clubs Interested in Brighton’s Moises Caicedo?

    Over the last few months, Moises Caicedo has become one of the hottest properties in Premier League football. Rumoured to be earning just £10,000 a week, a fraction of the wages the Brighton centre midfielder should be on, the Ecuador international demonstrated this season as well as at the recent World Cup that despite just…

  • Alex Grimaldo: The Spanish Left Back Making an Impact in Benfica

    As Benfica’s magnificent campaign under Roger Schmidt rolls on, with just one defeat in seventeen and four points above second-placed Braga, As Aguias have blessed the Primeira Liga with some stand-out performers this season like Enzo Fernandez, Florentino Luis, Rafa Silva and Goncalo Ramos. However, while the attackers and midfielders grab the headlines, this has…