Monthly Archives: December 2014

La Liga Data Table #1

Thirteen rounds of La Liga 2014-15 have passed us by, and it’s been an explosive 13 rounds. Atlético’s quest to hang onto the league crown, Real Madrid’s unbridled dominance, Barcelona’s three world-class forwards trying to get along, Valencia’s resurgence, David … Continue reading

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Standing In The Way Of Greatness

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard is one hell of a player, a player who at one time in his career could will his team to victory seemingly by himself. There is perhaps no Premier League player better at taking a game by … Continue reading

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Eliaquim Mangala is a Scapegoat

Scapegoating is easy. It’s also dumb. Eliaquim Mangala is increasingly becoming the scapegoat of Manchester City’s season thus far, and there’s no good reason for that. There is a very clear line between frustration and scapegoating, and there are City … Continue reading

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