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Tottenham can dominate Europe this season

For the second consecutive year, Tottenham will be participating in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. That would have been thought impossible by many in England given the club’s obvious lack of progress in continental competition, but it could be different this time around. Read More »

Get to know the Champions League minnows


The Champions League is a stage for Europe’s elite; a stage on which Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United have all shined on in the past. But it’s not all glitz and glamor for sides that qualify because sometimes you get drawn against teams who may have qualified for the first time or have little-known players in their ranks. Read More »

How Cristiano Ronaldo has evolved as a No. 9

Cristiano Ronaldo

In recent years, astronomical developments have taken place in the playing style of Cristiano Ronaldo. Transforming from a mercurial, goal scoring winger, cutting inside to shoot and aiming to outmanoeuvre, to simply a goalscorer who’s superb movement, timing of runs and footballing brain have allowed Ronaldo to acclimatise in a new role. As a result, Ronaldo has become an even bigger ... Read More »

Chelsea’s Champions League Group C challenges

This summer, Antonio Conte has been linked with a combination of the best performing & most hyped players from 2016-17. Yet, he needn't buy them all. Instead, he could show some faith in his underutilized squad members.

Chelsea will be one of five English Premier League teams in the UEFA Champions League this season. But unfortunately for them, The Blues received one of the toughest draws in the tournament. Antonio Conte’s men will battle against Atletico Madrid, AS Roma, and Qarabag in Group C. Read More »

Conte: Time to give the academy players a chance

Nathaniel Chalobah, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Izzy Brown, Andreas Christesen, Kurt Zouma, Kenedy, Lewis Baker, even Michu Batshuayi. These are the players that are being stunted in pursuit of immediate success. But this is a philosophy that has been inked into Chelsea ever since Roman Abramovich took over. Read More »

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