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Jordan Henderson – Captain. Leader of Men. Liverpool Legend?

By Ganapathi Ramanathan | O,Captain! My Captain! | 2018 Jordan Henderson is by far the biggest paradox to have existed in Liverpool Football Club. Never in the past, has a single Liverpool player divided fans and critics alike - let alone the captain of one of the most exciting sides in Europe.

Arsène Wenger’s Invincibles – One of the greatest stories in the Premier League era

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Written by Varun Shah Played 38, won 26, drawn 12, lost exactly none. Words that will echo in the ears of Arsenal fans for years to come. Arsenal’s last Premier League triumph is easily their most memorable and arguably the greatest achievement of the Premier League era. This league is one

The partnership we couldn’t get enough of – Roberto Carlos y Zinedine Zidane

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Written by Sayan Chatterjee Football at it’s purest is an art form - It parallels life in more ways than one. Mere professionalism would make it dull and judging an art form with only glories would not be fair. The 'Los Galacticos‘ project fulfilled an unspoken dream of most football fans

Adel Taarabt – The One That Got Away

By Peter Lynch Another immensely talented footballer, another wasted career. Every now and then a maverick comes along and upsets the status quo. But instead of lighting up stadiums year after year, these wonderfully gifted players often fall short, and disappointingly fail to live up to expectations. Adel Taarabt is one

The Wayne Rooney effect at DC United – Form is temporary, class is permanent

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By Yusuf Rehman Wayne Rooney. The name in itself unleashes a torrent of emotions both amongst fans and pundits. Over the years the top goalscorer for both Manchester United and England has received a fair amount of criticism from fans, pundits and keyboard warriors. Some say he never reached his full

Boom! – How Jürgen Klopp revolutionised what we think of football

By Ganapathi Ramanathan My first taste of the German manager goes back to when I was in 11th grade.   7 years ago, in 2012, I was woefully ignorant of the existence of one certain Jürgen Klopp. I had recently started following football, and I had a friend - a rare Borussia

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