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Brazil, We Have a Problem

Brazil, the most decorated football nation on Earth, have not won the World Cup or Copa América in eight years. In fact, in those eight years, they haven’t even made the final of either tournament. Yesterday’s shootout loss to Paraguay … Continue reading

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Copa América Storylines

The 2015 Copa América begins today, when hosts Chile face Ecuador. Here are some of the storylines to watch for in CONMEBOL’s continental tournament. Argentina are the favorites Argentina came a Mario Götze goal away from winning the World Cup last … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to the Summer International Tournaments

The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 are all done. Serie A will be finished on Sunday. The Champions League Final on June 6th will mark the end of the 2014-15 season of European club football. This year is … Continue reading

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Steven Gerrard Farewell Tribute

As we all know, Steven Gerrard won’t be wearing Scouser red anymore after this season. So, last night, I decided to make a Gerrard tribute video. I felt obligated to make one, because he really is one of the best … Continue reading

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Brendan Rodgers: The Walking Contradiction

The staff here at Every Day is Zlatan Day are proud to present our latest project: #BrendanWeek with a daily post all this week dedicated to Liverpool’s umm… eccentric manager. The man, the myth, the legend himself (just ask him). … 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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In Defense of the FA Cup (Sort Of)

It’s that time of year (again) where we’re supposed to give a care about football that, for the most part, the players involved don’t seem to care about – at least the ones we see on a regular basis. I’m … Continue reading

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New Scholes Flow

In many eyes, Paul Scholes is one of the most underrated players in Premier League history. A league which revels in midfielders that are either bruising bullies in battle or have cannonball shots worthy of scorching the net from improbable … Continue reading

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My 2014 in Review: The World Cup

There were so many memorable things about the World Cup. For me, two things in particular especially stood out: one as a neutral and the other as an American. You can probably guess them: Germany 7-1 Brazil and USA 2-1 Ghana. … Continue reading

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Bundesliga Week 10 Roundup

Dortmund’s long nightmare is over. After beating Freiburg 3-1 on September 13th, their form bizarrely spiralled downward and went seven games without a win. However, Dortmund’s winless streak ended with their 1-0 victory over Borussia Monchengladbach at home. The only … Continue reading

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