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Video: Shinji Kagawa scores stunner for Borussia Dortmund vs Schalke

Bizarrely overlooked at Manchester United, Shinji Kagawa is well and truly back to his best at Borussia Dortmund.

The Japan international will be hoping to guide his club into the Europa League semi-finals at the expense of Liverpool this week, and warmed up in the best way possible. 155 more words


The Day of Ginter Part 3

It’s not surprise that when I don’t get enough sleep a lot of things get misplaced, both in a literal and a figurative sense. It’s not at all surprising that I’m having trouble keeping track of my belongings when right now it feels like I can’t even keep track of myself. 900 more words


#SFGTop100 Asia - 81-90

Today we continue with our countdown of the best Asian footballers of 2015, after we published the first batch (91-100) two days ago. In this segment we look at the only Indian player in the… 4,401 more words


Is Roberto Firmino Heading The Same Way Shinji Kagawa Did?

An indifferent start to Roberto Firmino’s Liverpool career has led some to question the £30 million Brazilian recently. Eion Smith looks at whether Firmino can work through this to impress or will he end up with the same cautionary tale as an ex-Manchester United star… 969 more words


Advent Calendar Day 17 - A World Cup winning Assist

Seeing as how I missed posting this yesterday I was going to do a double post for days 17 and 18, that was until I saw who was behind door number 18 in the Freiburg calendar, Nils Petersen deserves a post of his own. 89 more words

Joachim "Jogi" Löw

The History of Waste

‘I gave you the tools and you couldn’t use them right.’ – Mr Scudamore

February 2015. Premier League executives are celebrating. Richard Scudamore and his acolytes have just sold the TV rights for their product, netting a record-breaking £5.136 billion.
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Tactical Analysis: Borussia Dortmund 4-1 VfB Stuttgart

Borussia Dortmund lined up with a 4-3-3 formation, whilst Stuttgart opted for a basic 4-4-1-1 shape. Thomas Tuchel’s team utilised plenty of attacking fluidity, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Marcos Reus & Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang often swapping positions. 1,232 more words

Tactical Analysis