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Author Archives: Rami Soufi

Play Euro Fantasy League: A New Soccer Game With A Twist

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With so many fantasy football games to choose from, it’s easy to get lost in the sea of choices. But with the brand-new game called Euro Fantasy League, this fantasy game offers a major difference — you can select players … Continue reading

4 Questionable Issues at Euro 2012

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1) MVP: Andres Iniesta being named the tournament’s best player: The Spanish attacking midfielder has been one of the world’s best players for the last few years; however, he was not even Spain’s best player during Euro 2012. The decision to name … Continue reading

Spain’s Euro 2012 Triumph Reveals the Team’s True Strengths

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Which is Spain’s greatest influence or factor in their triumph at Euro 2012? – Squad’s Depth: Spain remains the deepest team, particularly in the midfield area. With a host of players capable of dictating play or dominating possession or creating … Continue reading

Messi’s Heroics Help Argentina Overcome Brazil

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Barcelona star Lionel Messi continues to cement his place among the legends of the game and not just as one of the best players in the last five years. Messi has won everything on the club level but some critics … Continue reading

Who Will Go Further in Euro 2012: Italy or Spain?

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In perhaps Euro 2012′s most intriguing match so far, European and world champions Spain were held to a 1-1 draw by Italy. The Spaniards fielded a strange lineup void of a single true striker as attacking midfielders David Silva and … Continue reading

Del Piero and Juventus: Finally Separated!

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After almost two decades, Alessandro Del Piero’s 19 years with Juventus came to an end during the Coppa Italia final against Napoli. His departure was a disappointing one on multiple fronts since Juve lost their first official match of the … Continue reading

Guardiola Leaves Barcelona as a Winner

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Barcelona’s hero on the pitch is undoubtedly Lionel Messi but former coach Josep Guardiola leaves behind a winning legacy punctuated by 14 titles in just four seasons. Guardiola’s stint at the helm has witnessed a number of remarkable achievements, particularly … Continue reading

New Era in Italy as Del Piero, Gattuso, Nesta & Inzaghi Depart

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Serie A will witness a drastic haul once the 2012-13 season begins with legendary players such as Alessandro Del Piero and Alessandro Nesta destined to leave the peninsula. There are a number of other players who made some major contributions … Continue reading

Napoli’s Cup Glory Spoils Juve’s Perfect Season

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Napoli’s players lifted the Coppa Italia while Juventus players and fans were left to wonder what would have happened had coach Antonio Conte started Gianluigi Buffon, Simone Pepe and Mirko Vucinic. The Bianconeri were aiming to finish the season without … Continue reading

Milan Must Adjust to Win Next Season

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Milan’s quest to repeat as champions of Serie A fell short due to a number of reasons, in particular the injuries which affected the squad and the demands of European football which drained the players. The Rossoneri must address the … Continue reading

How Real Madrid Won La Liga

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Barcelona’s squad contains a number of talented individuals such as Andres Iniesta and Cesc Fabregas as well as the world’s best player in recent years Lionel Messi; however, this season the Spanish league title went to a deserving club: Real … Continue reading

Why Juventus Won Serie A

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Juventus will finish on top of the league table regardless of the result of Week 38. The Bianconeri defeated Cagliari 2-0 while Milan lost 2-4 to Inter to confirm Juve as this season’s champions. Below is a list of the … Continue reading

Juventus Crowned Champions as Milan Lose the Derby to Inter

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Italian fans lived through a dramatic Match Day which concluded with Juventus winning the league title after bitter rivals Inter clinched a precious derby win over Milan. At one point, both Juve and the Rossoneri were ahead meaning the title … Continue reading

Vidal Helps Juventus Increase Lead to 3 Points Over Milan

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Juventus eased past Roma in a 4-0 home triumph to take advantage of Milan’s earlier slip, the Rossoneri barely managed a 1-1 home draw against Bologna thanks to a late Zlatan Ibrahimovic equalizer. The Bianconeri are now three points ahead … Continue reading

How Barcelona Lost La Liga to Real Madrid

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Barcelona’s disappointing loss to Real Madrid was a result of a number of factors which went against the Catalans. No doubt Real’s players and coach Jose Mourinho deserve credit for properly implementing the plan to contain Lionel Messi and for … Continue reading

Juventus and Milan Locked in League Battle as Tragedy Strikes

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The weekend in Italy and perhaps world football has been overshadowed by the tragic news of Piermario Morosini’s death during a Serie B match between Livorno and Pescara. The Livorno midfielder suffered a heart attack while playing against Pescara. This … Continue reading

Are Barcelona and Real Madrid Set for a Champions League El Clasico?

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Barcelona’s controversial win over Milan secured a fifth consecutive semi-final appearance in the Champions League to tie the record set by bitter rivals Real Madrid over 50 years ago. Ironically, the Spanish giants might end up clashing in the final … Continue reading

Juventus and Milan Continue Battle for Serie A Title

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Milan only managed a point after a 1-1 draw at Catania but the Rossoneri remain on top of the league standings by two points despite Juventus recording an impressive 3-0 win over Napoli. On Paper, Milan’s schedule is much easier … Continue reading