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2018 NFL Preview

2018 NFL Season Preview

- By Damir Jelic

We have prepared an overall look at all 32 teams that will participate in the 2018 season. Roster changes, positive & negative sides of the teams and overall expectations for all the teams are following.

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Roland-Garros 2018 Preview

- By Damir Jelic

Overview of the French Open 2018. Roland-Garros is the second of four annual Grand Slam tournaments. Let’s take a look at the biggest favorites, players’ form, and possible dark horses. In the 122nd edition of the French Open, there is no doubt that Rafael Nadal is the man to defeat. This is probably the most physically demanding tennis tournament of the season.

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Bet365 Bet Builder Feature

Bet365 Bet Builder Feature

- By Isaiah

Industry leaders Bet365 introduced this January a new betting feature. Bet Builder. Their newest feature might not be a game changer in the industry. But it’s raising interest and adding excitement to their customers. It’s obvious that “request a bet” market became popular in previous years. Bet365 is the first bookmaker that automates this market. At least as much as possible for now. Let’s take a closer look at what this exclusive feature brings to their customers.

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World Cup 2018 preview

World Cup 2018 Preview

- By Sweem

Overview for every team in the World Cup 2018. Who they are, how they qualified, situations in the teams and a “what to watch out for” section per team.

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Battle of Berne (Football history of World Cup 1954)

- By Jim Maidis

The quarterfinals of the World Cup between Hungary and Brazil on 27 June 1954 at “Wankdorf Stadium” of Bern (Switzerland) was important not only for the show, but for it’s ferocity on and off the pitch. Within the game, the team of Hungary dominated. Although, Brazil was strong but succumbed to the superiority of Magyars, […]

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Jurgen Klopp

Jürgen Klopp: Training in a Sweden's lake

- By Jim Maidis

Jürgen Klopp prepares his team, Borussia Dortmund, for the grand final of Champions League this Saturday against Bayern. The 45 years old technician, impressed the fans across Europe with his work in Dortmund in recent years. However, beyond his training virtues, he is also a very special man. The surprise he reserved for his players […]

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Yellow and Red Card

Yellow and red cards: How they came in football

- By Jim Maidis

The yellow and red card is now inextricable parts of a football game. The small, rectangular pieces of paper that is in the pocket of the referee have judged competitions, have earned degrees, careers and are constantly discussed. How those two colored cards came into our lives?

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Nenad Krsticic

Nenad Krsticic: Fought for his life, and won

- By Jim Maidis

Having won the derby against Genoa and Bologna at home, Sampdoria entered Artemio Franchi to fight for victory against Fiorentina. Nenad Krsticic scored in 48′ (1-1). At first, his celebration was normal. Then, his eyes shed tears. As he had done four years ago when he heard that he has only 48 hours left for […]

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1988 Steaua vs Dinamo final

Steaua vs Dinamo: The eternal derby of 1988

- By Jim Maidis

There are finals in football, where titles have been judged in extra times, penalties, courthouses and even to the twist of a dime. Valentin Ceausescu had a different point of view, after a crucial goal that got disallowed from a referee in the 1988 final between Steaua and Dinamo… Eldest son (s.s rumors wanted him […]

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Sheriff Tiraspol

The curious story of Sheriff Tiraspol

- By Jim Maidis

If you ask your friends if they know Pridnestrovie, it is likely that 9/10 of them would respond negatively. Conversely, if you ask 10 football fans about Sheriff Tiraspol, most of them would answer ‘yes’. The team may be involved with Moldova, but belongs to … Pridnestrovie (known as Transnistria)! Confused?

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Verona Fans

An unacceptable behavior by a group of Verona 'fans'…

- By Jim Maidis

The match of Livorno against Verona is always special, mainly because of political beliefs with which the Ultra groups of the two teams are connected. In Saturday’s match (20/10), Verona fans exceeded the limits and values that required to recognize by all fans movements. “Verona deserves to be punished for life, there is nothing else […]

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Rio Antonio Mavuba : A footballer who was born at sea

Rio Antonio Mavuba : A footballer who was born at sea

- By Jim Maidis

Seeking the nationality of a player, the first thing anyone looks is the place of his birth. Sometimes it happens to differ from his nationality, and may have chosen the nationality of his parents or some other. Sometimes, however, things are more difficult… For example, in the case of Rio-Antonio Mavuba, his passport writes : […]

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Brian Clough: The legendary coach and his outstanding quotes

- By Jim Maidis

On 20 September 2004, the football community mourns the loss of a great coach, and especially a man, Brian Clough. Ingenious, dynamic, outspoken, unconventional, yet stubborn (nicknamed Big Head), the British manager is one of the most charismatic figures who ever appeared in English football. Brian Clough was the creator of Derby County in the […]

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Victor Moses: The story of his difficult life

- By Jim Maidis

His appearances of the season 2009/10 with Crystal Palace in Championship, attracted the eyes of many teams of the Premier League. Finally, in the summer of 2010, Wigan Athletic got his signature and he managed to make an extra step in his career. Two years was enough to sign a transfer this year at Chelsea. […]

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The role of football in women’s life in Andes

- By Jim Maidis

As much imagination you can have in your mind, you can’t think an image of tired women from hard work, to play football in order to find solace in a soccer match. It can be strange but this is reality in the long distance Andean communities in Peru. In these communities, where poor families survive […]

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