Monthly Archives: February 2015

Mailbag: Bundesliga Race, MLS, Who Would Win a Staff Fight?

  Q: Why do Everton suck? *We answered this question last week, but Jon requested a standing order, and we were only too happy to oblige.* A: Damn it , Jon, Everton don’t suck. THEY BEAT YOUNG BOYS BERN AND LUKAKU … Continue reading

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Chelsea 1 – PSG 1: Midfield Dominates, Forwards Stifled For Blanc’s Crew

PSG and Chelsea battled to a 1-1 draw at the Parc des Princes, with PSG probably ruing the fact that they couldn’t get more out of this game. Because of PSG’s injury problems (Serge Aurier, Yohan Cabaye, Lucas Moura and … Continue reading

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Lyon 1-1 PSG: The Slowing Down of a Kamikaze

When PSG and Lyon played in the Parc de Prince early in the season, Lyon didn’t look anywhere near the electrifying  presence they’ve came to be. Floundering in 12th place in Ligue 1, there was just an odd feeling to watching … Continue reading

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Tactics: Spurs 2-1 Arsenal

Riding off of a 5-0 shellacking of Aston Villa, Arsenal traveled a small distance to their arch rivals Tottenham the week after. The second North London derby of the season came to a dramatic close, with goals coming from Mesut Ozil on … Continue reading

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Tactics: Atlético Madrid 4-0 Real Madrid

Atlético Madrid dominated Real Madrid on their way to a massive 4-0 win at the Vicente Calderón today. The goals came from Tiago, Saul Ñiguez, Antoine Griezmann and Mario Mandžukić. Let’s take a look at how Diego Simeone’s men triumphed–in emphatic … Continue reading

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EDIZD Mailbag!

Hello readers! This is a feature we probably should have started a while ago, but better late than never, right? We’ll do these weekly, and we each try to answer a separate you propose. You can always drop mailbag questions, … Continue reading

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Andalusia and Fields Full of Promise

Samu-à-Samu. That was the combination that led seventh-placed Málaga to a critical home win against fourth-placed Valencia on Monday night. Former Chelsea youth product Samuel García Sánchez linked up with fellow Andalusian Samu Castillejo inside 30 minutes for the game’s only goal. … Continue reading

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Pompey Back To Playing Up

As an avid Football Manager player, I always look at teams that I believe I can turn completely around. Usually, I hover through the lower English leagues, going as far down to the Football Conference and Isthmian League Premier Division. … Continue reading

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