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Dominic Calvert-Lewin – Laying the foundations for a special future

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When Romelu Lukaku made the switch from Merseyside to Manchester in the summer of 2017, Everton were left with a big hole in their squad up top. The Belgian was one of Everton’s key players, and his departure left a considerable goalscoring void at the club. Massive recruitment followed. Everton

Glass half full or empty – Through which lens should we see Solskjær’s time at United?

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In December 2018, an already under-pressure Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United travelled to Anfield to face their perennial rivals Liverpool, in what would prove to be his final game as the manager of the club. Xherdan Shaqiri came off the bench in the second half to score a brace and deliver

Getafe – A fascinating tale of a club punching above their weight

It has almost been 5 years since Leicester City, a team which barely survived relegation the season before, a team which had fewer odds of winning the Premier League than Mahatma Gandhi being alive, won the Premier League. It's been 4 years since a country with the same population as

Julian Nagelsmann – The Managerial Wonderkid

As stated in ‘The Shawshank Redemption’, Geology is mainly about pressure and time. Carbon crystallizes under intense heat and pressure over a period of time so a diamond is formed. Little grains of sand get into the oyster shells and due to, again, pressure and time, pearls are formed at

Antonio Conte and Inter’s next step

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Written by Hrishikesh Dabir Ever since Jose Mourinho led the blue half of Milan to European glory, the club has hit a stagnant point in their attempts to relive those glory days. 12 manager changes in 9 seasons with the league table positions in those seasons being, more often than not,

Manuel Pellegrini has steadied the ship at West Ham, can he take them one step further?

The 2015/16 Premier League season was full of surprises. While it may be remembered as the season where Leicester City won the league and Chelsea were almost sucked into a relegation battle, it was also a season with fond memories for West Ham fans. The Hammers finished 7th, securing Europa

Florentino Perez – The man behind Real Madrid’s ascent to the pinnacle of club football

By Hrishikesh Dabir | Edited by Anuli Vyas On March 6, 2019, Real Madrid suffered their most jarring home defeat in the club’s history that ended their 3-year long undisputed run as European champions. It marked the end of an era for that generation of players. Popular opinion dictates that fans

Remembering Rafa Benitez’s Valencia side that took spain by storm

Written by Hrishikesh Dabir Rafa Benitez is renowned to be someone who believes in the ‘system’ of a football team. He does not shy away from changing roles of players or providing them with detailed instructions in order to fit the system of the team perfectly. His Valencia side won them

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