Month: November 2018

When CONMEBOL president Alejandro Dominguez compared the Copa Libertadores final to its UEFA Champions League equivalent, referring to the former as “real football” and the latter as “Playstation” football, part of me wanted him to be correct. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Champions League. But football needs an alternative to the sanitized, corporate,
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Former England international thinks that working under Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool would be better for Pulisic, should he decide to move from Dortmund. With Liverpool and Chelsea reportedly eyeing Christian Pulisic, Ale Moreno and Craig Burley discuss whether he should leave Dortmund or stay put. Beating Mexico or beating Bayern? Dempsey or Donovan? We put
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Jefferson Lerma’s own goal gave Arsenal the lead, and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s finish in the 2nd half netted Arsenal a 2-1 win over Bournemouth. Arsenal coach Unai Emery says he left Mesut Ozil out of Sunday’s 2-1 win over Bournemouth because of the “physicality and the intensity” of the game, after the German playmaker remained on
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After headlining the papers all week, Ousmane Dembele delivered for Barcelona. Stewart Robson examines how he influenced their draw at Atletico. Ousmane Dembele broke the hearts of the fans at Wanda Metropolitano with a 90th minute goal, to save a point for Barcelona on the road. The FC crew feel recent statements by Barcelona players
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Dan Thomas and Stewart Robson wrap up an action-packed Saturday in the Premier League. Manchester City remain unbeaten after 13 Premier League matches with a comprehensive 4-0 win over West Ham. LONDON, England — Pep Guardiola’s Barcelona stopped Real Madrid winning the title when they recorded the club’s best-ever points tally, and he suggested his Manchester
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Trent Alexander-Arnold praises Liverpool’s resilience and breaks down the relief after he scored against Watford. After a limp first-half display, Liverpool burst into life in the second period winning in the end very comfortably 3-0 against Watford WATFORD, England — Jurgen Klopp said Liverpool’s record-breaking start to the season is “outstanding” as they continue to
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