Five times in the Bundesliga team of the season, voted the Bundesliga’s best player in 2011-12 and 2013-14, German Player of the Year in 2012, UEFA Champions League Team of the Season in 2013. Quite astonishingly, it took Marco Reus 27 years and 361 days to achieve his first major trophy. Borussia Dortmund’s 2-1 win […]Read More Marco Reus: Football’s Greatest Underachiever
Modern football and eccentric owners go together like Tony Pulis and white trainers, seems trendy at first but never quite feels comfortable. Nonetheless, a new type of ownership has recently emerged that is unlike any other, and it has been viciously disputed. On the 12th of May 2009, energy drink powerhouse Red Bull GMBH purchased […]Read More RB Leipzig – The rise of a franchise
Borussia Dortmund might just be the most likeable football team on the planet, but unfortunately being popular doesn’t bring trophies, the two are poles apart. Four years ago this month Borussia Dortmund won their last major title, beating Bayern Munich 5-2 in the final of the DFB Pokal. The win was hardly a shock, BVB […]Read More Yellow Submarine, why Borussia Dortmund are floating under the surface of Europe’s top clubs
Bayern Munich are winless in their last six Champions league knockout stage games away from home and will be looking to put this unwanted record to bed in tonight’s clash with Benfica. A solitary goal courtesy of Arturo Vidal in the opener puts Bayern Munich in the driving seat before tonight’s Champions League quarter final […]Read More Benfica vs Bayern Munich – Champions League Preview
The weekend that commences on the 9th of July this year looks set to be the pinnacle of the sporting year. Some have described it as the best sporting weekend in history, and looking at the events, it’s hard to disagree. The recently arranged rematch between Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko has left five huge […]Read More Living for the Weekend
In football, European competition is a rare but fantastic opportunity for any club. In 2016 all forms of it should be taken seriously. After the recent turn of events for English clubs, that we see year in year out, Chelsea and Spurs defeats in Europe leave English European hopes on the brink of failure once […]Read More Premature European exits, the English norm.
Writing an article last week, the future of Fulham Football Club looked the brightest it had it a long time and despite the sacking of their fourth manager in less than three seasons, there are still many reasons to be positive for Fulham fans.Read More Kit Symons’ reign at Fulham reviewed, and why it wasn’t a complete disaster