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Comparing the Number of Champions in Europe’s Top Football Leagues Since 1993

Posted on 14 May, 2017, by in Soccer

When the European Cup was changed to include a group stage heading into the 1992-1993 season, began what can be referred to as the Champions League era, followed by perhaps an even bigger change a few years later with the Bosman rule. More

Real Madrid, Hoffenheim & RB Leipzig Only Undefeated Teams Left in Europe

Posted on 27 Nov, 2016, by in Soccer

Out of all the teams in the English Premier League, Italian Serie A, Spanish La Liga, German Bundesliga and French Ligue 1, only three remain undefeated: Real Madrid, Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig. More

Longest Title Droughts in European Football

Posted on 1 Aug, 2016, by in Featured

When a season begins, opposing fans love to remind Liverpool supporters of how long it’s been since their last championship. Well, 26 years is quite a long time, but there are quite a few clubs in Europe’s top leagues, that have been waiting for a lot longer. Some of them are quite massive, and it’s surprising to find out they haven’t won a championship in such a long time. More

Juventus, Bayern Munich, PSG & the One-Team League Phenomenon

Posted on 24 Jul, 2016, by in Soccer

As we enter the 2016-2017 season, finding something new in the German Bundesliga, Italian Series A and French Ligue 1, when it comes to the identity of the champions, is difficult to expect. Juventus, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are in a class of their own professionally and financially, making sure that remains while they weaken their biggest rivals. More

Bayern Munich vs Hamburg – Bundesliga Becoming More of a Joke

Posted on 14 Feb, 2015, by in Soccer

With an 8-0 win over Hamburg, Bayern Munich are once demonstrating their absolute dominance over the rest of the German Bundesliga, and that one loss to the so-called contenders isn’t really changing the balance of the league. More

Borussia Dortmund – Jurgen Klopp Setting the Stage For His Deaprture

Posted on 18 Dec, 2014, by in Soccer

Either Jurgen Klopp is setting the stage for his departure from Dortmund to the Premier League (Arsenal? Liverpool?) by sucking up to the fans yet again, or he’s simply trying to go around the fact that once again his team failed to win a home match and can’t escape the relegation zone in the Bundesliga. More

Borussia Dortmund – The Best ‘Worst’ Team in Europe

Posted on 1 Dec, 2014, by in Soccer

A rockstar manager like Jurgen Klopp, plenty of international players and possibly the best fan base in Europe can’t stop Borussia Dortmund from falling to the last place in the German Bundesliga, coming in complete contrast to their success in the Champions League group stage this season. More

Christoph Kramer Scores The Best/Worst Own Goal of the Season

Posted on 10 Nov, 2014, by in Soccer

Borussia Dortmund needed a win badly, and they got it thanks to one of the most bizarre own goals we’ve seen in the last few years, as Christoph Kramer of Borussia Monchengladbach mishandled a back pass to his own goalkeeper, chipping it over him from almost the halfway line. More

Bayern Munich Hold Werder Bremen to 0 Shots on Goal

Posted on 19 Oct, 2014, by in Soccer

For the first time since such data has been collected in the German Bundesliga, a team went through an entire match without taking a single shot at goal. Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen 6-0 without a single moment of feeling threatened. More

Bundesliga – Bayern Munich Feel Normal, Dortmund Slightly Worried

Posted on 24 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

It’s not the first time Dortmund have been upset at home, but it’s been a long time since Die Schwarzgelben have found it so difficult to dominate a match they’re hosting or creating an abundance of chances. For Bayern Munich, the Bundesliga didn’t come with a perfect start, but good enough to not be too concerned about anything. More