Germany’s youth academies have produced a lot of current world football stars. The Bundesliga has benefitted from that as well. Moukoko, Majetschak, and Arp are among the names of up and coming players touted to continue that tradition. Can they live up to expectations?
The first two weeks of action in the 2017-2018 La Liga season are in the books, and while there may not have been many surprises thus far, there certainly were some.
Josep Maria Bartomeu isn’t having the easiest of times right now. After all, going down as the man to be blamed for Messi’s departure is not really ideal.
Barcelona are in full-on crisis mode. The internal problems at the club have only made the on-field problems seem even worse than they are.
The second half of the season in MLS typically raises even more questions than answers. However, one answer seems to be set in stone: the fate of Toronto.
As the 2017/18 season of La Liga gets set to launch, we make a few predictions, some extra bold, and some not so much, of what to expect to happen.
Real Madrid have already broken records winning back-to-back UCL trophies, but can they go one step further and eclipse the sextet of Barca in ’09?
Barcelona are very busy procuring talent to fill the Neymar-sized hole in their team. Lots of names have been mentioned, but who will they get?
Concluding any transfer deal takes time, even more so if the fee is enough to take over a Fortune 500 company. So how did Neymar’s transfer take place?