Christian Eriksen Says He Feels 'Fine Under The Circumstances'
Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes First Man To Play In Five Euros
Martin Odegaard Likely To Return To Real Madrid From Arsenal
Anderlecht Rejects Arsenal's Bid For Albert Sambi Lokonga
Barcelona Close To Deal With Memphis Depay
Lionel Messi Worried About Contracting COVID-19 During Copa America
Paulo Fonseca Agrees To Become Manager Of Spurs
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Georginio Wijnaldum Thought He'd Join Barcelona

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Portrait Of A Manager Over 15 Years: Joachim Low's Final Tournament

by Yu Miyagawa

Joachim Low's character arc, from World Cup winner to wanderer, is portrayed as a tragedy. There are even questions as to whether 2014 was a byproduct of a country-wide development program as widely venerated throughout the football world, or just a lucky Golden Age of players.

Luis Campos, Christophe Galtier, And Lille Paint Another Masterpiece

by Yu Miyagawa

The constraints of the modern game make it almost impossible for midtable sides to build long-lasting dynasties. But Lille present a blueprint for what can happen when smart player recruitment and a manager ready to take the next step peak together for one season.

Pep Guardiola Vs. Thomas Tuchel: A UCL Final Years In The Making

by Yu Miyagawa

Tactically, this Champions League Final represents a reunion of a mid-2010s philosophy, which is even more poignant now considering how far we are from that style.

La Liga Ain't What It Used To Be

by Collin McGowan

As ever, Real Madrid and Barcelona will decide which direction this whole enterprise goes. And Atleti will have their days, knowing that they don't run the show but do occasionally get to star in it.

With Or Without Lionel Messi, Barcelona Embark On A New Era

by Yu Miyagawa

All beginnings need to start somewhere. A new era of Barcelona was overdue whether it was structured by Laporta, forced by debt, and with or without Messi.

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