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Roy Keane – Irate, Insane, irreplaceable

Roy Keane

"Pass the fu*king ball forward, take risks, you're not at Leeds or West Ham now, you're at Manchester United!'  As Rio Ferdinand recalls the antics of his captain in his first training session there is less an air of fear and trepidation, and more a collective sense of respect. Whether he

Do teams still fear playing at the Bernabeu?

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 used to frighten anyone who would come to play there to face Madrid. Whilst there have been a few underdogs coming and winning at the

As easy as ABC; flying the European flag for Italy

Atalanta

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 plenty to think about, with the likes of PSG hosting Real Madrid and Juventus travelling to Atletico sure to provide yet another warm welcome back

Five Champions League dark horses for 2019/20

(Photo by Valery HACHE / AFP/ Getty Images)  With the Champions League getting underway once again this month, many of Europe’s clubs will be hoping to make their mark on the continent’s premier club competition. English champions Manchester City are the favourites to lift the trophy along with a host of

Who is Liverpool’s best player at the moment?

Liverpool

Liverpool have had a good start to the Premier League season. The only team within English football with a perfect record four games in, they sit 2 points clear of the favourites Manchester City. Resuming their stellar runs from the back end of last season, these two sides are far

Petr Cech – The Czech with gloves of gold

Cech

By Ninad Barbadikar The Premier League is an ever-changing landscape and out of all the clubs, Chelsea is probably the one club that has enjoyed considerable success despite significant changes at the helm. Earlier this summer window, The Blues of London welcomed back an old favourite amidst their ranks in the

Borussia Dortmund Season Report | 2018/19

The 2018/19 Bundesliga season provided a title-race many in world football were yearning for since the days of Jurgen Klopp’s Dortmund being pit against Heynckes and Guardiola at Bayern. Borussia Dortmund, whose last league title came 7 years ago, have been a shadow of the “giant killer” side Klopp had so

Manchester United Season Report | 2018/2019

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Season Summary In one of the most forgettable FA Cup Finals in recent years, Antonio Conte parted ways with Chelsea. He delivered them a trophy, courtesy of poor defending from Phil Jones, and a lack of any cutting edge up front. United fans left frustrated, angry and vexed. They had just

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