Question yourself this! Why don’t you want to write about football and publish it into the footballing world? sounds daft doesn’t it. Why do we write about football? Football is a love, it is an unhealthy obsession which runs the life of men and women a like when the referee’s whistle goes on any game. You swear at the tele, you punch things and you hug a complete stranger! Yet to some people it is just a ball of leather been kicked around a foo... »
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For the last couple of years the British sporting media has reported at length about the joys of watching football in Germany and I totally agree that going to a Bundesliga game is an absolutely brilliant experience from start to finish. Nine times out of ten the reporter refers to Dortmund, tells you how easy it is to get there, how cheap the tickets are – and of course all about the yellow wall at the home end. And they are absolutely right. Th... »
In my short life so far, regrettably, have never had the privilege of attending an orchestra, but at least I know a thing or two about them. The Conductor in an orchestra usually has a very important role: He helps the performers keep the correct tempo and perhaps more or equally important, he interprets the music for the performers. This includes deciding the precise tempo—how fast or slow—and the dynamics—how soft or loud. In Italian football v... »
The Milk Cup has given the football world an early glimpse of the likes of Wayne Rooney, Paul Scholes, Sergio Busquets and Mats Hummels. With Barcelona, Fluminense, Benfica and CSKA Moscow plus British heavyweights United, Liverpool and Rangers and nations such as Brazil, Mexico and Chile taking part, over the years the tournament has become a prestigious event. Manchester United are the most successful side in the Under-16, or Premier, division ... »
As the winter break settles over France, there’s a familiar pairing battling to be crowned Ligue 1 champion again. However, unlike recent years, it’s not the new kids in town Paris Saint Germain and AS Monaco, it’s the old foes Marseille and Lyonnais. The return to form of Les Gones is a welcome addition to what has turned into anything but a predictable league, as many feared PSG and Monaco’s financial muscle would do. Lyon’s dominance in the no... »
Few sides capture the imagination of football audiences around the globe like the Brazilian national team in full flow. Spain dominated the international stage for the last seven years without full embrace whilst Germany were ruthless but unspectacular winners of the last World Cup. Although some feared for the future of Brazilian football after an acrimonious exit from the tournament, life under returning manager Dunga has so-far been smooth sai... »
Rarely has a fall from grace been as stark as Borussia Dortmund’s troubles in the current season. Back-to-back Bundesliga titles followed by a narrow loss in the Champions League final to Bayern Munich in May 2013 established Der BVB as one of Europe’s elite.However, fast forward nearly two years and Jürgen Klopp’s side find themselves sitting joint bottom of the Bundesliga over the winter break, thirty points off leaders Bayern. So where did it ... »