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Frank Rijkaard – Barcelona’s Unsung Hero

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Written by Aadharsh Shrimanikandan “Why do we fall, sir? So that we can learn to pick up?”.Let me take you back to a beautiful part of Spain-Catalonia. The Catalans were always fond of their football and Futbol Club Barcelona is of prime importance to them as they consider it a sizeable

United vs Juventus – Old Trafford Awaits The Return Of Ronaldo

(AFP) Cristiano Ronaldo will always be fondly remembered at Old Trafford, but as the five-time Ballon d'Or winner rolls back into town this week, this former hero may be the last sight Manchester United want to see. Ronaldo made his name in Manchester, scoring 118 goals, winning three Premier League titles and

Andy Robertson – To Hull And Back

Hatem Ben Arfa will be remembered by the beautiful game as another one of its prodigious talents that fell by the wayside. Those who have trouble remembering his one-off season with Hull City in the 2014/15 season can be forgiven, as the side were ultimately relegated and he barely featured.

Michael Ballack — Perennially Second

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 Feature Image vector designed by sologfx on Deviantart | Michael Ballack has won 4 Bundesliga titles, 3 German Cups, a Premier League title and 3 FA Cups. That is a collection which describes an illustrious career, yet Ballack’s legacy will read that he could and should have been so much more.

On Gareth Bale and His Love Story With Finals

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When Gareth Bale leapt higher than most to attempt a bicycle kick against Liverpool in possibly the biggest match in club football, every football fan watching the game felt their heart skip a beat for a moment as Karius was left rooted to his spot. Time stopped in a similar

Monaco Welcome Atletico In What Promises To Be An Intriguing Battle

Champions League – Group A – Monaco vs Atletico Madrid 8:00 pm BST  (00:30 am IST) Wednesday 18th September ( Early 19th morning India) Venue: Stade Louis II The Champions League is a competition which draws the attention of millions of football fans from all around the world with it’s sheer splendor, glorious history and

Everything You Need To Know About City’s UCL Opener Against Lyon

Champions League – Group F – Man City vs Lyon 8:00 pm BST  (00:30 am IST) Wednesday 19th September ( Early 20th morning India) Venue: Etihad Stadium    Pep Guardiola’s outfit has enjoyed a strong start to the Premier League this season with the absence of Belgian ace midfielder Kevin De Bruyne hardly an area

Valencia Prepare For Monumental Juventus Challenge

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Champions League - Group H - Valencia vs Juventus 8:00 pm BST  (00:30 am IST) Wednesday 19th September Venue: Mestalla   Valencia manager Marcelino cut a frustrated figure during the post-match conference conducted following a disappointing 0-0 draw at home against Real Betis. Valencia are currently placed 17th on the table with only 3 points in

Hunt For The European Cup: Atletico Diaries

Since losing the 2016 Champions League final to eternal rivals Real Madrid, Diego Simeone and Atletico have been putting the pieces together for their next assault on the competition. They return to the competition after winning the Europa League and with a squad strong enough to once again compete with

Champions League Group Stage Draw : How Are The Pots Shaping up?

The most illustrious club tournament in the world is back! The draw to determine the groups will take place tomorrow. Eight groups of four will be drawn, with the top two from each progressing to the knockout rounds and the third-placed falling into the Europa League knockout rounds. The teams will be divided into

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: The Story Of An Unlikely Legend

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On April 25th, 22 years ago a legend of Manchester United club made his debut. Neither he nor the folks who saw that game that day envisioned that this man would join the club's folklore and become a legend. But it happened. Incidentally, it so happened that yours truly happened

Diego Simeone: Atlético Madrid’s Campeon

  Atlético Madrid are the fourth most successful club in Spain after Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Athletic Bilbao. However, the journey was never a bed of roses if we go down the memory lane and take a peek at various stages of their footballing history. Atletico Madrid nearly underwent a state

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