A competition with an infinitely misleading name, The UEFA Champions League has served as the benchmark of success for clubs from all over Europe since its inception. Or rather, it serves as an indicator of success for the top teams from … Continue reading A Case for the European Cup
Earlier today, the KNVB docked Eredivisie side FC Twente three points for failing to meet its financial recovery targets. This is the second time this season the club have had to pay a three point penalty for monetary issues, and … Continue reading Are FC Twente’s Financial Problems a Fire Sale in the Making?
Signed on as the heir apparent to departing forward Mario Balotelli, Jeremy Menez arrived in Milan on a free transfer after his contract with oil-fueled French powerhouse Paris Saint-Germain ran its course. As a false 9, he was never expected … Continue reading Jeremy Menez: The Hero Milan Doesn’t Deserve
Although the qualifying stages for Euro 2016 are only halfway finished, Latvia’s chances of making it to their first international competition since 2004 are all but zero. Taking a meager three points from five matches, harsh losses to the Netherlands and Iceland … Continue reading Latvia’s Euro 2016 Qualifying Failure a Signal of Better Things to Come
Martin Ødegaard is a perfect way to start fixing Real Madrid’s youth system. Continue reading Martin Ødegaard: The Start of Real Madrid’s New Youth Policy