Opinion

Neymar

The Neymar saga will drag on but does it make any sense for Barcelona?

Written by Hammad | Edited by Kabir Ali With all the news that is floating around about Neymar's potential transfer to Barcelona for the past 6

Zlatan

Zlatan Ibrahimović- Hard work pays off, dreams come true, bad times don’t last, but bad guys do

Every sport needs a bad guy, Someone you love to hate. A figure that embodies the antithesis of the beautiful game. That man was Zlatan Ibrahimović. 

Neymar PSG

Observation – Highlighting vulnerable PSG’s fleeting chance of a Champions League triumph

After a convincing 5-0 victory for Paris Saint-Germain against Galatasaray in the Champions League, they will be looking to strengthen their foothold in the championship

Leicester City

Leicester City – A Comparative study of the Ethos, 4 years apart

5000 to 1. These were the odds that were being offered by online bookies for Leicester City lifting the Premier League trophy back in 2016.

ED woodward

Ed Woodward – The irredeemable one

There are only a select number of sports teams, whose influence and recognition go beyond the sports that they inhabit. They become institutions. We’re talking

Pereira

Andreas Pereira – A compulsion, more than choice.

Andreas Pereira plays with a fire in his belly. He displays emotions, is very vocal, wants to win every tackle, presses high and most importantly,

Mourinho

Mourinho to Tottenham – There’s A Storm Coming

Let me take you back to 2015. A day prior to the Carabao Cup - then Capital One Cup - Final against Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea manager

Brazilian

The most scrutinized footballer in the World – Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior

Earlier this week, Saudi Arabia hosted two of the most passionate footballing nations in Argentina and Brazil. Both sides were a shadow of what they’re

Ukraine

Ukraine – Flying under the radar on Europe’s biggest stage

Not many nations made it through a long and drawn-out European Championship qualifying campaign unscathed, with only big-hitters Italy and Belgium easing through their respective

Robertson, Trent Alexander-Arnold

Can Liverpool’s flying full-backs carry the Reds to the title?

The red juggernaut keeps ongoing. Much like they did in the Champions League, Jürgen Klopp’s side are channeling their disappointment from last season, when they

Leicester City

Leicester’s resurgence – Three years since the miracle

Prior to the start of the 2019/20 Premier League season, there was a lot of chatter about the 4 teams that made the top half

Liverpool vs Manchester City – Super Sunday Battle at Anfield

Two heavyweights of English football face-off in what promises to be a titanic match at Anfield. Here is Srivaths with the Big Match Preview. When one

Milan

The downfall of a European giant – AC Milan

This is a story of a football team that once was an absolute giant. AC Milan were the poster child in Serie A and UEFA

social media abuse xhaka

An on-going problem faced by footballers – Abuse on social media

Only a month into being assigned as the captain of Arsenal by manager Unai Emery, it appears that Granit Xhaka’s time at Arsenal will soon

Unai Emery’s Arsenal is a ticking time bomb….and it’s about to go off!

You could almost smell the gun powder in the air at the Emirates last Sunday, with the Arsenal faithful on the brink of an explosion,

lloris poker

Concentration In Football – Lessons footballers could learn from Poker Pros

The Premier League season in England has undoubtedly got off to a scintillating start, with Liverpool justifying much of buzz and hype surrounding them by

Bernabeu

Do teams still fear playing at the Bernabeu?

Written by Enzo Karema The fortress which is home to 13 Champions League titles, 33 La Liga titles and several other titles won by the club

Solskjær

Replacing Solskjær will not solve any issues at Manchester United

Written by Anirudh Eswaran In the week post the harrowing loss to West Ham and an uninspiring performance against Rochdale, the pressure has slowly ramped on

Manchester

City’s transfer approach and the effect it had on its overplayed defensive woes

Written by Anaamaya Mishra Manchester City's modus operandi vis-a-vis their transfer business indicates that they have shot themselves in the foot, now more than ever. After

Atalanta

As easy as ABC; flying the European flag for Italy

Football is back, and more importantly, so is the Champions League. Liverpool’s loss at Napoli and Chelsea’s Valencia setback have already given the English sides

Player Profiles

immobile ciro

Ciro Immobile – Ripping apart Serie A like its nobody’s business

Today, we dig deeper into the career of a Lazio striker who is ripping apart Serie A. We will analyze Ciro Immobile's playing style, highlight

Suarez

Life after Luis – Potential replacements for Suárez at the Camp Nou

Stunning goals, superb volleys, and spectacular finishing. These traits have made Luis Suárez one of, if not the best striker in Europe over the last

mount

Mason Mount – Finding his feet in the big league

The appointment of Frank Lampard in the summer did not only bring Chelsea’s all-time leading goalscorer back to the Bridge but also Fikayo Tomori and

Roberts

Patrick Roberts – Still hope for a player once lost in the ruthless loan system

Loan deals certainly don’t always work out the way they are supposed to in football. When they do come off, it not only benefits the

Sancho

Evaluating Jadon Sancho’s Potential Destinations

When it come s to the best young attacking talents in the world, there is no question that Jadon Sancho is right there up amongst

alli

Dele Alli – Back to his best, or still more to come?

From playing League One football with MK Dons one year, to lining up for Tottenham Hotspur in the Europa League the next, it’s important to

What fuels Jamie Vardy?

It is difficult to think of a rise to prominence and stardom as remarkable as Jamie Vardy's in recent years. Working his way up all

minamino

Takumi Minamino – Where does the new signing fit in at Liverpool?

When the dust settled on Liverpool’s crazy seven-goal thriller, in which they just about emerged unscathed, against Red Bull Salzburg in October, their fans were

Rodrygo

Rodrygo Goes – Building an era

Written by Enzo Karema 18 years old and putting defenders down with his vertiginous skills on the ball. Watch him glide, running on the right-wing and

Söyüncü

Caglar Söyüncü – The Meteoric Rise of Leicester’s New Backline Marshal

The mention of Leicester City FC indubitably brings vivid memories to mind. Particularly those of the 2015-16 Premier League season. A fairytale run for the

Pereira

Andreas Pereira – A compulsion, more than choice.

Andreas Pereira plays with a fire in his belly. He displays emotions, is very vocal, wants to win every tackle, presses high and most importantly,

Scott McTominay – Here to stay

When Barcelona visited Old Trafford to compete for a place in the Champions League semi-final on the 10th of April, all the headlines before the

McGinn

John McGinn – The only way is up

You could be forgiven for not even knowing who he was just a couple of years ago, but it’s safe to say that John McGinn

Ansu Fati – Making an impression

“He’s pure anarchy when he plays, and you need to give these kinds of talents liberty, not hide them out wide – they need to

Billy Sharp – The Blades’ own Forged Talisman

Written by Varun Kumar The story of the 33-year old Sheffield born striker is one in a million. From being called “The Fat Boy from Sheffield”

Bits and pieces of sheer brilliance – The Robert Lewandowski story

Robert Lewandowski’s name is synonymous with the Bavarian giants. The moment you think of Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski’s name is bound to pop up. He

Kieran Tierney – Worth the wait

Several summer signings have already made an impact at their new clubs, with the likes of Sebastian Haller, Daniel James, and Tyrone Mings already more

Wesley Moraes – The latest Brazilian warrior to embrace the Premier League

Written by Uttiyo Sarkar The summer of 2019 in the Premier League will fondly be remembered as one in which Aston Villa truly proved their financial

mario balotelli

Ebbs & Flows – The life and career of Mario Balotelli

Written by Aaryan Parasnis Mario Balotelli: Or can we call him football’s very own Mr. Mischief? The Great Italian striker that never was? He has come

Pulisic

The American Wunderkind – Christian Pulisic’s rise to stardom

Written by Aniket Kar  “He is a proper player. He can play football.” - Belgian winger Eden Hazard on Christian Pulisic.  Chelsea’s recent acquisition of Pulisic was

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