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FC Porto’s Smart Business Plan

FC Porto’s Smart Business Plan

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04/20/2015

Not many soccer fanatics expected the seemingly undefeatable Bayern Munich to be on the losing side of club competition anytime soon, especially to exit as early as the quarterfinals of the Champions League. The Bavarian club has dominated the global football scene for a few years now, but they were thoroughly outplayed in their fixture…

Dealing With Sterling

Dealing With Sterling

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04/13/2015

Following a great run for the title during the 2013-14 season, many were curious of how Liverpool would respond in the following season. The biggest issue was replacing the goals and top quality performances of the brilliant Luis Suarez. The club would need two things in order to continue their rise in stature: the performance…

Replacing a Legend

Replacing a Legend

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03/23/2015

One of the more impossible acts in football is the task of replacing a club legend. This is the exact task all Arsenal strikers had to face once Thierry Henry left the club back in 2007. No matter how well they did, they would never be at the same level as Henry in the eyes…

The Cost(a) of Winning

The Cost(a) of Winning

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03/16/2015

“Mourinho’s teams will always be respected but they’ll never be loved.” This was Jamie Carragher’s assessment of Chelsea following their Champions League match with Paris Saint Germain. This comment attacks the tactics Mourinho used in order to achieve victory. As a competitive sport, a good result should be one of the top priorities, but football…

The End of Spanish Duality?

The End of Spanish Duality?

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03/02/2015

In the past 20 seasons of Spanish La Liga football, there were only five seasons where a team other than Real Madrid and Barcelona had won the title. As such, the La Liga is cleverly portrayed as a fight between two lions and a flock of sheep; Madrid and Barcelona dominate while the other teams…

Politics of the Pitch: Racism in Football

Politics of the Pitch: Racism in Football

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02/23/2015

“We are all monkeys.” This phrase was famously repeated among many football stars following an incident that occurred on April 27, 2014. It was a La Liga match between title contenders Barcelona and the resurging Villareal. Brazilian wingback and Barcelona star Dani Alves walked over to the corner flag to take a corner kick, when…

What’s Gone Wrong With Dortmund?

What’s Gone Wrong With Dortmund?

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02/16/2015

When Borussia Dortmund snatched the Bundesliga title from usual favorites Bayern Munich at the end of the 2010-2011 season, fans of German football believed that the Munich monopoly was finally over. There was a team to constantly battle Munich for the top spot, and that for once that team would not be a one-season wonder….

Evaluating Arsenal’s January Transfer Window

Evaluating Arsenal’s January Transfer Window

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02/09/2015

The January Transfer Window provides a unique opportunity for all managers in European football leagues. It allows them to purchase players in order to directly address the problems within their squad observed from the first half of the season. Although transfers are typically overpriced, they still provide a month of excitement to both clubs –…

End of an Era for South Korean Football

End of an Era for South Korean Football

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02/02/2015

“Time for Change.” That was the South Korean national football team’s motto before heading into the 2015 Asian Cup. Every major football tournament indirectly represents a new generation of footballers, or at least marks the absence of a few ex-internationals. I doubt anyone is expecting to see Mario Yepes or Frank Lampard at the 2018…

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