Three AC Milan Predictions for 2020/21

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AC Milan are entering a make-or-break season. The Rossoneri have missed out on the Champions League every season since 2013 and are desperate for a comeback. Currently in the midst of a busy transfer window, all signs indicate that the club is finally moving in the right direction. AC Milan: 2020/21 Predictions Champions League Qualification is […] READ MORE


Milan Revival is a Reminder of Their Glory Days

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The most important transfer of the summer, and certainly the most cost-effective, has probably already happened. It did not, however, involve any of the eye-watering fees seen for some of the new arrivals to the Premier League. Instead it is the transfer of one of the best central defenders in the world, Leonardo Bonucci, from […] READ MORE


Serie A Manager of the Season Contenders

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In a season where everything has gone as expected, Serie A nears its conclusion with Massimiliano Allegri’s exceptional Juventus side on course to win their sixth consecutive Scudetto and his third in succession with the Bianconeri. With four rounds yet to be played in the Italian top flight, they are 10 points clear of second-placed […] READ MORE


The Race for the Serie A Capocannoniere

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The Serie A title race seems like it’s going to be won by Juventus again, with the Bianconeri holding an eight-point lead at the top of the table over second-placed Roma and a ten-point lead over third-placed Napoli with nine games left to play. Massimiliano Allegri’s men have been in imperial form once again this […] READ MORE


50 Most Captivating Footballers of 2016: Part 2

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2016 has been a fascinating year for football. From Leicester City’s league title triumph at odds of 5000/1, to Portugal‘s shock victory in the Euro 2016 final, to the bizarre rise of Will Grigg on and off the field, the last 12 months have not been short of entertainment. This five-part series looks at 50 of the most captivating footballers […] READ MORE


50 Most Captivating Footballers of 2016: Part 1

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2016 has been a fascinating year for football. From Leicester City‘s league title triumph at odds of 5000/1, to Portugal‘s shock victory in the Euro 2016 final, to the bizarre rise of Will Grigg on and off the field, the last 12 months have not been short of entertainment. This five-part series looks at 50 of the most captivating footballers […] READ MORE


The Ronaldo Years at Inter Milan

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Widely regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all-time and an absolute force of nature in front of goal, Ronaldo achieved great success in a storied career. Having represented both Milan clubs as well as both halves of the El Clásico divide, Ronaldo did it all but has a trophy cabinet that does not reflect his immense talent. That can […] READ MORE


Torino’s Tragedy is Proof that Chapecoense Will Find it Hard to Rebuild

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In the aftermath of the air crash in Colombia earlier this week that killed almost all of the players and coaches of Chapecoense, the remaining officials at the Brazilian club have naturally been making all the right noises about rebuilding the club. For example, Cecilio Hans, a club director, said: “In the memory of those who […] READ MORE


British Players Abroad: Ian Rush

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Via Last Word on Football, by Philip Meese In the 1980’s, the ban on English teams from European competition hit the domestic game tremendously. As a result, many British players, like Gary Lineker, left for sunnier climes, and football at the highest level. One such player was Ian Rush, whose time with Italian giants Juventus was […] READ MORE


Pescara – Italy’s Next Big Thing

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They aren’t foxes, but dolphins. Much like Leicester City last year, Delfino Pescara are not favoured to do much in the Italian Serie A. No one is backing them to do anything save for ruffling the feathers of a few giants. Yet, like the Foxes, Pescara have the formula to upset. The could at least emulate […] READ MORE