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Carlos Tevez – A Champion in Four Different Leagues

Posted on 7 May, 2014, by in Soccer

While it might not be proof of excellence but simply of being in the right place at the right time, Carlos Tevez winning the Serie A championship with Juventus means he has now won a league title in four different leagues since becoming a pro footballer 13 years ago. More

European Football – Still 4 Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 4 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

European football has only four undefeated teams left in its top leagues – FC Barcelona from the Spanish La Liga, AS Roma from the Italian Serie A, Bayern Munich from the German Bundesliga and Paris Saint-Germain from Ligue 1 in France. More

Oldest Stadiums of the Top Leagues in Europe

Posted on 28 Aug, 2013, by in Featured

When looking for the oldest stadiums in Europe, the United Kingdom is the place to find most of the desirable results, with Chelsea (Stamford Bridge), Newcastle (St. James’ Park) and Liverpool (Anfield) playing in the most ancient ground currently used by Premier League teams. More

Miroslav Klose Scores 5 Goals in 60 Minutes (Lazio vs Bologna)

Posted on 5 May, 2013, by in Soccer

While Juventus were off securing their second consecutive Serie A title, Miroslav Klose showed that he can still score at the highest of levels, needing only 60 minutes to lead Lazio to a 6-0 win over Bologna while scoring five goals before being substituted to a standing ovation. More

Juventus FC – Streak Stops at 49

Posted on 3 Nov, 2012, by in Soccer

No longer undefeated, as Juventus encountered their first real stumbling block of the season in the Serie A, failing to capitalize on a fantastic start to the Derby d’Italia, as Inter showed that there’s an actual title race going, scoring three goals in the second half and proving that they are for real. More

Juventus FC – Too Good for the Rest of the Serie A

Posted on 30 Sep, 2012, by in Soccer

It took only 19 minutes for Juventus to put away one of their alleged biggest rival to the title this season in Italy, eventually beating Roma 4-1 in another fantastic display at home, helping everyone (except a few folk at Napoli) reach the same conclusion – Juve are just too much for the Serie A this season. More

Giuseppe Rossi – Leaving Villarreal for Serie A?

Posted on 15 Aug, 2012, by in Soccer

After pretty much every notable player left Villarreal as the yellow submarine sunk to the depths of the Segunda division in Spain, Giuseppe Rossi is the last man standing, although his goal is to be with a new team by the time he’s back on the pitch in early 2013, hopefully in the Italian Serie A. More

Robinho and Milan Get Screwed Again By Lack of Goal Line Technology

Posted on 1 Apr, 2012, by in Soccer

Robinho surely scored, but from where the referee was located, it was hard to tell. AC Milan should have won against Catania, but the linesman couldn’t identify, or just didn’t have the guts to say anything, regarding the ball that crossed the line. The game went on, ended in a 1-1 draw with Catania, and the title race is wide open again thanks to another case of Milan being on the wrong end of football’s primitiveness. More

Antonio Conte Remembering to Use Alessandro Del Piero Too Late

Posted on 26 Mar, 2012, by in Soccer

Was Antonio Conte happy, or was he thinking to himslef – why didn’t I use him earlier? It’s late March, with nine matches left in the Serie A title race, and Alessandro Del Piero just scored his first league goal this season. Kind of late for the greatest scorer in Juventus history, despite being 37. Maybe too late to catch up with AC Milan, four points ahead. More