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Diego Costa: A Legacy That Could Have Been

July 5, 2017
Diego Costa: A Legacy That Could Have Been

Few players have the ability to dismantle defenses just by their mere presence on the pitch , Diego Costa however precarious his position in the Chelsea team might be , definitely is one of those players. EADF Writer Rushabh Shah gives his two Cents on Costa’s tumultuous but successful time at Chelsea.          …

July 4, 2017
Wayne Rooney: The Roller-coaster Ride

From boy genius to pantomime villain to club Legend. The Wayne Rooney story. Wayne Rooney. Just saying the name unleashes a torrent of emotion in pundits and fans alike. Having carried the burden of all the hopes and expectations of the United and England faithful on his shoulders for so many years whilst wading through…

July 2, 2017
Arsenal : It’s Time.

It’s been a long while since Arsenal last lifted the Premier League trophy and in every season since then Arsenal always seem to be 3–4 players away from a major trophy. Last season though, they finished 5th and didn’t even qualify for the Champions League and although that looks extremely bad there were some positives…

July 2, 2017
The Saint

“But the saints of the Highest One will receive the kingdom and possess the kingdom forever, for all ages to come.” -Daniel 7:18 All the people who follow the stupendous game called football, do appreciate the fact that the upcoming FIFA 18 is about to showcase the football following fraternity, the magic created by the…

July 1, 2017
Where does Zidane go from here?

Back to back Champions league titles, a La Liga, perhaps all that’s left for the French tactician is a treble, and he’d be amongst the elite few at the tender age of 45. He’s been in international management for a year and a half at the biggest stage and has barely shown signs of cracking….

July 1, 2017
Rugrats of the Riviera — The AS Monaco story

There’s a French side lighting up Europe this season, and it’s not the rich boys from the capital. The team closest to threatening Paris Saint-Germain’s stranglehold over Ligue 1 and beyond are challengers no more. As they get ready to take on Juventus in their return to the Champions League last 4 after a decade,…

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