Category Archives: World football articles

Barcelona 91/92, Valencia, 12/13, Dortmund 96/97 – That’s a shocker ref!

To celebrate the last round of Champions League group phase we thought we would do something special…but instead we chose to poke fun at some horrendous kits that have graced European football’s elite competition over the years. For some reason the … Read more…

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Premier League vs La Liga, Bundesliga & Serie A: Which is the best?

As the dust settles on another Premier League (PL) season it feels as though this was the most exciting season in English football top flight for a long time. Despite this, all season there have been murmurs again that the … Read more…

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World Football Special: Is “Death to Arabs” just another football chant?

“Mavet la ‘aravim” is Hebrew for “Death to Arabs” and is regularly chanted at football grounds throughout Israel. It was recently recorded being sung by some fans after a Beitar Jerusalem victory before the same fans turned on a couple … Read more…

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Lionel Messi: Rewriting history…watch out Pelé

It is not often a manager or coach says it is a pleasure and a privilege to train a player – usually mangers have an unenviable task of just keeping their players focused on the job at hand or trying … Read more…

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Mission Beckham: Success or Failure?

Over four years have passed since David Beckham crossed the Atlantic with a mission to share his love of the beautiful game with those who dismissed it merely as ‘soccer’, and with the former England captain’s lucrative five year deal … Read more…

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The rise of the Old Lady?

If you listen closely you can hear the noise coming out of Turin as the ‘Old Lady’, the third oldest club and most successful club in Serie A history, are seemingly starting to rise once again.  Juventus, the 27 time … Read more…

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