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Tag Archives: European Cup

Appreciating Arrigo Sacchi and His All-Conquering Milan Side

Posted on by Saad Rashid
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“I never realized that to be a jockey you had to be a horse first”. One of the most famous quotes in the history of soccer came from a man under intense pressure from the Italian media. Having never played … Continue reading

We Are Witnessing the Final Stages of Liverpool’s Revival

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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“Long is the way, and hard, that out of hell leads up to light.” – John Milton, Paradise Lost Don’t go jumping to any conclusions. Liverpool Football Club still has work to do. However, the light is becoming clearer and … Continue reading

Is The Current Champions League Format Superior To The Old European Cup Scheme?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Some readers of EPL Talk are new or semi new to football, based outside of the continent of Europe yet possess an affection for the UEFA Champions League unmatched to that of even the Premier League. The current format of Europe’s premier club … Continue reading

World Cup Legends #1: Just Fontaine

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Despite the superstars that have graced the World Cup over the decades, there is one record that may never be beaten by any player ever again. Only 3 times has a player scored double figures in a World Cup tournament, … Continue reading

History Of the European Cup and Champions League Tournaments

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The European Cup and subsequently the Champions League are the ultimate prize in European club football. To become champions in your own country is a feat which clubs are rightly proud, but to become a member of a Champions League … Continue reading

Schalke Draw Atletico Madrid in CL 3rd Qualifying Round

Posted on by Mark

Yesterday was the draw for the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League, the last hurdle before the group stages commence. There are plenty of interesting ties (Steve McClaren’s FC Twente vs. Arsenal topping the list), but in pure footballing … Continue reading

The New Gaffer: Introducing Jol at Hamburg

Posted on by Mark

Fred Rutten isn’t the only new Dutch manager in the Bundesliga, as ex-Tottenham Martin Jol took over the reigns of Hamburg earlier this month. It’s been nearly 30 years since Jol’s last appearance in Germany. He made 9 appearances for … Continue reading