1. UEFA Europa League Preview: Liverpool, Manchester City, Villarreal and More

    While looking at the sixteen progressed teams in Europe’s premier continental level competition – UEFA Champions League, the domestic football federations in Portugal, Netherlands and Russia have their cause for worry...

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  2. Inter Milan 0-1 Bayern Munich: Tactical Analysis Of The Match at San Siro

    A year ago, German marksman, Mario Gomez, did not feature in the structure Bayern Munich manager, Louis van Gaal, considered his blueprint for his first choice team for the season...

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  3. UEFA Champions League Preview: Real Madrid, Manchester United, Chelsea and More

    The first two match days in the knockout phase of the Champions League saw some incredible action that ensured the media had a field day...

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  4. Fernando Torres Is No Traitor, Chelsea Is Much Beyond Money

    ‘It is not necessary to change. Survival is not mandatory anyway’ – This famous satirical take by W...

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  5. AC Milan vs Udinese: Rossoneri Draw in Enigmatic Day of Serie A Action

    It was the matchday 19 in Italy’s top league and all the teams were playing their ultimate matches for the first round of the league. Little would any of them have imagined about the enchanting affair it was going to be...

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  6. Italian Serie A: Inter Are Still One Of The Favourites To Win The League Title

    Massimiliano Allegri had a good time reuniting with the former disciples. His current team, presently sitting handsomely at the summit, was expected to dictate the proceedings on ...

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  7. Antonio Cassano: Have Milan Added an Undesirable Element Into The Dressing Room?

    Euro 2004 turned out to be a harrowing chapter in the history of the Italian national football team. Under the veteran coach Giovanni Trapattoni, the team failed to progress through ...

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  8. AC Milan's Half Yearly Report Card: In Max Allegri, Do We Trust?

    ‘He that can have the patience can have what he will’- As the European season reaches the half way point and teams head for a Christmas break, AC Milan coach Massimiliano ...

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  9. Inter Milan: Five Reasons Benitez Is Not Entirely Responsible For Team's Fiasco

    When Jose Mourinho decided to expand his horizons by making a move to Spain, he was leaving behind him a legacy...

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  10. Transfer Updates: Five Ridiculous Rumours Surrounding Current Winter Transfers

    Happy days are here again. Christmas beckons and it’s festive season that sets the European football on a high too. This is the time in the year, where despite no action on the field, the off field happenings never let the excitement lessen...

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  11. Arsene Wenger Says WikiLeaks Is Responsible For Arsenal's Draw Against Barcelona

    (SATIRE) As soon as the list of fixtures for the first knock-out phase of the UEFA Champions League’s on-going edition was ...

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  12. UEFA Champions League Round of 16 Draws: A Brief Preview of the Teams Contesting

    The names have been read out loud. The highly anticipated results for the draw of the Round of 16 for the UEFA Champions League 2010-11 edition have finally been unearthed. While the list has pleased most, it has raised a cause for concern for some...

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  13. Champions League Knock-Out Stages: Guide To The Last 16 Teams

    It is the time of the year when the excitement reaches its peak in European football. The Christmas bells are ringing, as the teams are reaching the culmination of the first phase of their domestic leagues...

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  14. Chelsea Manage a Crucial Draw Away As Paulo Ferreira Plays a Match Of His Life

    Had it been Stamford Bridge in place of White Hart Lane on Saturday when Chelsea paid a visit to Tottenham Hotspur , one would have easily witnessed a unanimous jeer from the ...

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  15. Carlo Ancelotti: The Manager Chelsea FC Cannot Afford To Lose

    Early Christmas is ringing bells like ever as Chelsea FC’s campaign this season is going from bad to worse...

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  16. Does Italian Teams' Failure Signal a Danger over Future of UEFA Europa League?

    It is not very usual to see Juventus cult hero Alessandro Del Piero fail to capitalise on a lucrative scoring opportunity...

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  17. AC Milan: Three Mistakes Zlatan Ibrahimovic Has Overcome at San Siro

    To the Swedish sensation Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Italian has never been an unfamiliar territory. Having spent some of the most proliferative years of his career playing top flight ...

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  18. El Clasico Postmortem: Was Real Madrid Defence Ready for Barcelona Midfield?

    When the clock read 65 minutes in time at the Camp Nou stadium where the home side Barcelona took on mighty opponents Real Madrid , Sergio Busquets was set to break a dead ball after the play had intermediately been stopped...

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  19. FC Barcelona vs. Real Madrid: The El Clasico Returns With Higher Expectations

    A certain group of crazy Madridistas accidentally happened to cheer for Andres Iniesta going past Rafael van Der Vaart on the eve of 11 th July, 2010 at the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg...

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  20. Ashes 2010-11: A Test of Character for Australia, England May Well Ride on Form

    The Old Trafford stadium in Manchester saw an attendance crowd of 23,000 on 15 th August, 2005. The day was to culminate the third Test of the five match series between Australia and England being contested at the latter’s home soil...

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  21. Inter Milan After Jose Mourinho: What Is Going Wrong With the Rafa Benitez Side?

    “Before the game, I know everybody, I love everybody. After the game, I know everybody, I love everybody. During the 90 minutes, I know nobody...

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  22. AC Milan Vs Inter Milan: The Milan Derby Returns With Promise & Passion

    Aldo Leopold – a famous ecologist, forester and environmentalist – once said, “We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us...

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  23. AC Milan 2-2 Real Madrid: UEFA Champions League Has Come Alive

    In the game of football, the so called big clashes between the biggest teams in the world are seldom played to their hype...

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  24. Gareth Bale Steals the Limelight As Tottenham Hotspur Beat Inter, 3-1

    On 21 st August, 2010 when Gareth Bale instilled a ferocious strike into the goal at the Britannia Stadium in Staffordshire to beat the home team Stoke City , England’s national coach Fabio Capello was present in the stadium...

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  25. AC Milan 1-2 Juventus: Match Analysis and Predictions for Next Week

    Nerves were ceased at the San Siro when the clock read four minutes into the stoppage time. The home team were trailing a goal down to the mighty opponents and were working out ...

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