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Tag Archives: Arjen Robben

Read Our Progress Report on Bayern Munich’s Performances After 11 Gameweeks

Posted on by Jacob Dorman
MSV Duisburg v FC Bayern Muenchen - Friendly Match

With an injury-cursed Borussia Dortmund floundering at the bottom of the 2014 Bundesliga table and with a typically dominant Bayern Munich sitting pretty at the top, Der Klassiker may have lacked some of the drive that it has had in … Continue reading

UEFA Champions League Preview – Bayern Munich vs Manchester City

Posted on by Sam Okpo
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This is the latest installment of Bayern Munich and Manchester City duel. For many pundits it’s the established against the upcoming or as others say, the serial Champions League finalists up against the group stage enthusiasts. In a sense Bayern … Continue reading

Seven Things We Learned from Wolfsburg – Bayern

Posted on by Double Pivot

Wolfsburg and Bayern drew at the VW Arena in a high-tempo match that was end-to-end and full of drama this weekend. An early fluke goal by Thomas Müller in the 7′ was equalized by Sascha Riether late in the game. … Continue reading

World Cup 2010: Spain Triumphs In A Match of Contrasting Styles

Posted on by Andy Pineda

After Euro 2008, Vicente del Bosque took the reins of the Spanish national team from Luis Aragonés, the man that led Spain to their first international tournament conquest since 1964 when they hosted and won the second UEFA European Championships, … Continue reading

What’s a Big Difference Between the USMNT and Other Teams in the World Cup?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

One of the greatest attributes of the US men’s national team is something that very few other countries have on the world’s stage. And that is a combination of good sportsmanship as well as a lack of cheating. Yesterday’s games … Continue reading

Flurry of Premier League Stars' Injuries Could Tarnish World Cup

Posted on by Patrick Dresslar

Just as the hype and excitement for the World Cup is building to a feverish pitch, over the last two days we have had to read devastating headlines about star players (most of them Premier League stalwarts or ex-EPL stars) … Continue reading

The Agony Of Losing On The Away Goals Rule

Posted on by Christopher Harris

I’ve never been a big fan of the away goals rule because it seems like an odd rule that exists only as a cruel and unusual punishment to knock a losing team out of a cup tournament. But the match … Continue reading

A Little Perspective for Manchester United Supporters

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Manchester United were eliminated from the most coveted Cup competition in the world on Wednesday night in heartbreaking fashion. Having won their home leg 3-2 and finishing off the tie with a level aggregate score of 4-4, United were put … Continue reading

Wednesday’s Games To Watch: Madrid-Milan and Bayern-Bordeaux

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

There were plenty of upsets yesterday, could we see more today? On paper Manchester United, who have struggled as of late, could be expected to slip against CSKA after a long trip to Moscow but CSKA has not been performing … Continue reading

Madrid Ships Out Stars Robben, Sneijder and Negredo

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

Real Madrid has continued their massive summer overhaul and some big names will feature in new colors for the upcoming season. No longer wearing the famous white shirt of Madrid will be Dutch national teammates Arjen Robben and Wesley . … Continue reading