Bayern’s Bavaria Revolution Begins: The Ajax Double Part Two#1496

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Noussair Mazraoui Free From Ajax Ajax: 193 Appearances Goals: 10 Eredivisie: 2018–19, 2020–21, 2021–22KNVB Cup: 2018–19, 2020–21Johan Cruyff Shield: 2019 Noussair Mazraoui arriving for free from Ajax gives Bayern Munich another dimension of quality on the right side. Alleviating any weaknesses that Bayern Munich has defensively. Two seasons ago, Bayern Munich’s defensive ability was brought … Continue reading Bayern’s Bavaria Revolution Begins: The Ajax Double Part Two#1496

Bayern’s Bavaria Revolution Begins: Sadio Mane Part One#1495

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In the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League, Bayern Munich were stopped in their tracks as Champions League Underdog Villarreal ousted them as the La Liga side found a winner in the closing moments of the second leg after Robert Lewandowski got Bayern Munich back into it. The last two seasons in Europe have been … Continue reading Bayern’s Bavaria Revolution Begins: Sadio Mane Part One#1495

The General The Architect and The Philosopher #1493

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At the end of May, Roma lifted the UEFA Europa conference League and its inaugural season. Roma waited 14 years and over 5,000 days. To finally win something at a club that waited so long for eternal glory as Lorenzo Pellegrini brought the trophy back into the city as Roma celebrated for days. It was … Continue reading The General The Architect and The Philosopher #1493

Nemanja Matic links up with Mourinho again as the Serb joins Roma #1492 (late)

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This week Roma secured their first signing of the summer and the second signing for next season. As it has been reported for days Jose Mourinho was looking to reunite with Nemanja Matic. The Serbian Midfielder has played under Jose Mourinho on two occasions already with Chelsea and Manchester United. They will reunite again Nemanja … Continue reading Nemanja Matic links up with Mourinho again as the Serb joins Roma #1492 (late)

The Curious Case of Darwin Nunez: The Impact of the Selling Market #1491 (late)

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The transfer market has drastically changed over the years. There is currently a significant amount of inflation regarding the financial implications of buying and selling players. In football history, there comes a moment when it is realized things are about to change. Not always in the same way but abnormality becomes the norm. Whether or … Continue reading The Curious Case of Darwin Nunez: The Impact of the Selling Market #1491 (late)

Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 3 #1490 (late)

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Centre-forward; Thomas Muller Thomas Muller has been one of the most underrated players in World football and continues to display the standards that keep him as a top-five player in the world. Few place him in the top tier, partly what has made him fly under the radar while quietly having one of the best … Continue reading Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 3 #1490 (late)

Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 2 #1489 (late)

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Central midfielder; Julian Brandt, Dortmund The most dynamic and vital player for Dortmund has been Julian Brandt. It’s taking a little while for him to hit the ground running at signal iduna Park. He has shown flashes of brilliance since his move from Bayer Leverkusen but hadn’t quite found the confidence to put it all … Continue reading Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 2 #1489 (late)

Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 1 #1488 (late)

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GK: Gregor Kobel, Dortmund For the goalkeeper in the team of the season, there are a lot of different directions I could have gone. However, the goalkeeper that stood out to me the most was Dortmund keeper Gregor Kobel. The Swiss International joined Dortmund Last Summer from Stuttgart, becoming the number one for the black … Continue reading Bunesliga Team of the Season Part 1 #1488 (late)

Bunesliga Review #1487 (late)

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Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern Hans flick abruptly ended an incredibly dominant two-year run over by a Munich last season as he became the manager of the German national team. He won the treble in 2020, and if it wasn’t for an injury to Robert Lewandowski, he could have conquered the Champions League in back-to-back seasons. When … Continue reading Bunesliga Review #1487 (late)