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10 things we learnt from Gameweek 14

November 30, 2017
10 things we learnt from Gameweek 14

Matchday 14 proved to be an exciting round of Premier League games, as City maintained a firm 8 point lead at the top after their dramatic stoppage time victory against a resilient Southampton. Tottenham dropped 3 points to move down to seventh, while an excellent 4-2 win against Watford ensured that United remains in touching…

November 28, 2017
Lucas Torreira: Sampdoria’s pea sized dynamite.

At 5’6, Lucas Torreira isn’t exactly the most imposing of figures at the heart of midfield. In a position generally dominated by bigger, more physical players, the young Uruguayan has carved himself a niche in the Serie A making him one of the best midfielders in the league. Guest EADF Writer Ahmed Bdair takes a…

November 27, 2017
Diego Costa and his Premier League voyage

The outlaws of the game don’t get enough credit for their accomplishments, and Diego Costa is a perfect example of that. @Marceloholic(Twitter handle) takes a look at how he became a key component of the recent success that Chelsea have enjoyed in the Premier League after moving to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2014….

November 21, 2017
The Premier League- The Best XI of the Rest

Ah, the top 6. How they hog the limelight! At times, it is almost as if there are two completely different leagues going on. One being the top 6, and the other one right below it . This does not mean that the ones below aren’t quality teams. The Premier League is known for its…

November 20, 2017
The Road Forks here~ Barcelona’s Catalan Conundrum

On the 1st of October 2017, thousands took to the streets of Barcelona, capital of Spain’s most prosperous and wealthiest region, Catalonia. This time, however, it wasn’t a procession to watch the game against Las Palmas, which was played behind closed doors. This was a procession that would mark what would possibly be one of…

November 19, 2017
The commercialisation of Football : Money Madness

Commercialisation. A term used at some point in time in every sport across the globe. For football, the 21st century has been the era of commercialisation for the sport. But what exactly does commercialisation entail? When a sport reaches a global audience, a material audience which will attract people in huge numbers, there is always…

November 13, 2017
Malaga CF ~A Masterpiece Gone Wrong~

In an attempt to create something beautiful, one has to constantly supervise it. The final touches; the pinnacle of perfection can only be achieved by someone who is mad enough to pursue it no matter what. He has envisioned a dream, which he is willing to turn into reality. However, there is no match for…

November 11, 2017
PREMIER LEAGUE XI OF THE SEASON, SO FAR

So, eleven games into the Premier league season, the pace has been well and truly set by a rampant Manchester City side who are already 8 points clear at the top of the table. They have been nothing short of incredible to watch and their philosophy of staying true to the way they wish to…

November 10, 2017
The misunderstood genius – Karim Benzema

The Signing of Cristiano Ronaldo in June 2009 slowly paved way for Real Madrid to kill the role of the out and out striker.The primary responsibility  of the striker at Real Madrid changed into a distributor. Here,we will look at how Karim Benzema evolved to play that role.  Benzema and Higuain: Many believe Higuain was not…

November 9, 2017
Brazil World Cup Preview – An early look.

When the World Cup kicks off next summer most eyes of football fans will be focused on a certain team in yellow .If football were a brand one could say Brazil are the brand ambassadors. They’ve easily been the greatest and most popular team in the sport having won the tournament 5 times and produced…

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