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Mauro Who? By: Glenn Lorance

We are going to start today with a trivia question. Mauro Icardi is the first player since these two superstars to score 25 goals in a season for Inter Milan. I’ll give you a few hints, one of them talks about himself in the third person, refers to himself as a lion, and recently told… Continue Reading →

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Pogba Out?

Would it be a real summer if questions didn’t surround Manchester United and the future of the club. As usual the twitter army’s are up in arms, kicking and screaming about the future like their lives depend upon it. With one player in and none out thus far the biggest question still surrounding the club… Continue Reading →

Bundesliga POTY: Marco Reus

The Bundesliga player of the year results are in and Marco Reus accumulated 31.4% of the votes beating out Luka Jovic with 20.9%, and Kai Havertz with 12.4%. This is his first time claiming this award, as he has won German footballer of the year one other time in 2012. The Borussia Dortmund captain contributed… Continue Reading →

Welcome Back Aston Villa

Nothing like a good ol English Championship division promotion story on the day of the Champions League final. Joining Norwich and Sheffield United in the English top flight is Aston Villa, who mark their return to the league since their relegation in 2015/16. Led by Dean Smith with John Terry alongside him at the helm… Continue Reading →

Old Dogs vs. Young Guns

The DFB Pokal final is set. As you can see by the title, this game will feature relatively new Bundesliga talent RB Leipzig and the record holders FC Bayern Munich. For Bayern Munich this is nothing new, having reached the final 22 times. RB Leipzig is in their first final in their very short history,… Continue Reading →

Bavarians Going Forward

There are many questions surrounding Bayern Munich’s future. The six time defending champs sit in second by 2 points, they are still fighting in the Pokal, and have recently been eliminated from the UCL by Liverpool. After what seemed like a lackluster start to the season the boys in red seem to have turned it… Continue Reading →

Manchester United Moving Forward

Oles at the wheel. Sure that is something you may have seen many times over the past week as Manchester United have made it permanent. This decision has come with a lot of praise,and met with reasonable skepticism. From what i have seen a lot of people are more on the bright side of things…. Continue Reading →

Manchester United’s Risen

Manchester United were thought to be done and dusted before the grueling holiday schedule of the Premier League. But on the 19th of December the dust started to settle and up stepped the Baby Faced Assassin. Ole Gunnar Solskjær returned to Manchester United as the caretaker until the end of the season after a dismal… Continue Reading →

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