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Burnley and the power of synergy.

Football is a funny game, they say. Going into the season, Burnley had lost two of their key players from last season (who contributed majorly to them avoiding relegation) in Michael Keane and Andre Gray to Everton and Watford, respectively. They were installed as the second most favourites to be

The Beautiful Game – Harshit Sarin

The Beautiful Game – A weekly exclusive where fans talk about their fondest footballing memories. Harshit Sarin, a 21 year old graduate from SCMS Pune kicks off the inaugural edition. My earliest recollection of kicking a football dates back to the early 2000s when I was about 5

JFK: Where the little ones dream big

India is a nation of more than a billion people. Talent abounds in every corner of this country. However, due to the misconstrued mindset toward sport, where it’s viewed more as a hobby than a developmental exercise, playing isn’t given close to enough importance as it should be. There is

A tribute to a true blue : Frank Lampard

So how exactly did Lampard build himself to be spoken about in the same sentence as the greats of English Football? Chelsea’s recent success in England has already been well documented. A mid table team, capable of some flashy and attractive football in the 90’s , Chelsea were never really challenging

Blue Blood Contention

The most prestigious club competition in Europe, the Champions League is followed across the globe with much zeal. It is accountable for pitting colossal teams of diverse leagues, and bringing world class players and stars of many nations to prove their mettle. Clubs which have tussled their way to the

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