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  1. Stopping the City charge: Derby edition
  2. What next for Leonardo Jardim and his Monégasque Project?
  3. EL PUPAS – The curse of Atletico Madrid
  4. Burnley and the power of synergy.
  5. Kenny Dalglish – The King of the Kop

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December 9, 2017
Stopping the City charge: Derby edition

Ardent United fan Anirudh Shenoy has a crack on the tactical approach/approaches Jose Mourinho might deploy to try coming anywhere near stopping the unstoppable force that is Manchester City. 13 wins on the bounce and a mammoth 8 point gap in the league. It’s almost as if City are toying with the division. Even if…

December 7, 2017
What next for Leonardo Jardim and his Monégasque Project?

Jordan Russell gives his two pence on the Les Monégasques project and reflects on what awaits for Leonardo Jardim and his Monaco side. Some observers will tell you that Monaco’s decline in form was inevitable, given the fact several key players were sold during the summer for astonishing sums of money. Combine this with the fact Paris…

December 6, 2017
EL PUPAS – The curse of Atletico Madrid

The capital of Spain, Madrid is the home of two top European teams; Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid. Real Madrid is known to be one of the best, if not the best, and most successful club in the world. Los Blancos are the only team to win “Club of the Century.” There is evidence of…

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December 4, 2017
Burnley and the power of synergy.

Football is a funny game, they say. Going into the season, Burnley had lost two of their key players from last season (who contributed majorly to them avoiding relegation) in Michael Keane and Andre Gray to Everton and Watford, respectively. They were installed as the second most favourites to be relegated by the betting companies…

December 4, 2017
Kenny Dalglish – The King of the Kop

Kenny – The King of the Kop who changed Liverpool F.C. forever Kenny Dalglish had a unique career in football, not just on the pitch but off it as well. He holds the unwanted tag of possibly being the only footballer to have personally witnessed three of the game’s biggest disasters – he was in…

December 2, 2017
Who Is Europe’s Next Big Striker?
European football has been blessed by some of the greatest strikers to have graced the green fields across the continent, and this trend is ever so prominent today. From Suarez to Lewandowski to Kane, each of Europe’s top 5 leagues has deadly strikers lighting up the scoring charts. These big names often grab all the...
December 1, 2017
The Arsenal Monthly: November

November! The month that every Arsenal fan dreads. Arsenal have been historically poor in this month of the year, taking an average of 1.6 points per premier league game in this month under Arsene Wenger. This month in all competitions Arsenal won 3 games out of 6 and 3 out of 4 in the Premier…

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…