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Revisiting the Daily Mail’s 2014 English National Team Predictions

Last night, during Italy’s 2-1 victory over England (a game more entertaining than many expected), this tweet appeared on the @edizd_ timeline: In 2007, the Daily Mail predicted this would be England’s starting XI at the 2014 World Cup. #ENG … Continue reading

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What Happened This Weekend?

Oh, man. We had a lot of good footy this weekend. Time to do a roundup. Premier League Manchester City 4-1 Southampton: Dominant win for the hosts, to the surprise of no one. Stevan Jovetic scored! Aston Villa 1-2 Fulham: … Continue reading

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Atlético Madrid: Europe’s Underappreciated Power

The Manzanares is a river that begins flowing in the Sierra de Guadarrama, a mountain range in the center of the Iberian Peninsula. Flowing southeast from its source, the Manzanares enters the city of Madrid via the El Pardo barrio. … Continue reading

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Man City and the Pursuit of Unadulterated Dominance

Hey, did you guys know that Manchester City is good at playing this game called “Soccer”? OK that last sentence won’t be a candidate for the Subtlety HOF, but the point still stands. Manchester City have been phenomenal at home, producing … Continue reading

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