What if Zlatan joins United?

Reports have been making the rounds on news media lately that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to join Premier League giants (ahem), Manchester United. Seriously. That’s what Jose Mourinho wants to do right now. He wants to sign Zlatan. Great news for Manchester United fans, right? Wrong. I do NOT think Manchester United is the perfect destination for Zlatan. Don’t get me wrong; Zlatan is obviously one of the top three players in the world in…

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Chicharito to Copa America: Yay or nay?

Mexico have announced their squad for the 2016 Copa America Centenario, and Javier Hernandez was included in the team. Yet again, El Tri have called on their biggest player to perform wonders. But were they right to include him in the squad? To some he deserves every call-up to represent his country; to others he doesn’t. He is such a divisive player. It is not like there are no other stars on the Mexico team.…

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Spanish clubs rule European football

It is no longer news by now that Real Madrid have conquered Europe once again. This spectacular achievement, which happened on Saturday night at the expense of Atletico Madrid, is the eleventh UEFA Champions League trophy for Real. Also, it happens to be their twenty-ninth Champions league final. In the words of the legendary Patience Jonathan: “Na only them waka come?” The question on my mind today does not just concern Real Madrid. Last year,…

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Louis Van Gaal at ManU: Big Coach; Big Failure

It is no longer news that Louis Van Gaal has been sacked by Manchester United. This is a decision I think they should have made a long time ago. Don’t get me wrong; he is a great coach, but he was a failure from the start at Man United. Care to know why? Here are three reasons why he was doomed to fail. 1. Player selection This has been one of the major issues affecting…

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How Barcelona beat Sevilla to the Copa Del Rey title…again

“Barcelona have done it again!” That was the outburst from a neighbor last night when we returned from watching Barcelona grab their 29th Copa del Rey trophy. Not like we weren’t all expecting them to. Sevilla weren’t the team to stop them. But honestly, I don’t think any team in Spain, or Europe for that matter, can stop them. There is a saying that goes thus: “You cannot hide the moon with your hands.” Last…

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