London experiences "Arsenal" - "Leicester"
Arsenal: Czech - Bellerin, Mertezaker, Koselni, Montreal - Cokelen, Ramsey - Oxlade-Chamberlain, Yezil, Sanchez - Girou Subs not used: Ospina, Chambers, Flamini, Elneny, Walcott, Welbeck, Campbell Leicester: Schmeichel - Simpson,…

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Young top talents.
In 2003, the leadership of the Tuttosport publication had the idea to establish an award for the best young footballer in Europe, which will be awarded annually. In order to…

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Dziuba rights: Emery - trainer
Unai Emery - the highest paid coach of the League 1. His salary is 450 thousand euros per month. The closest pursuer, Zhardim from Monaco, gets a whole hundred less.…

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Football is magic
Each football team is unique. After all, this is a family. And each family has its own traditions and customs. In this case, the teams are different style of play,…

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Japanese almost opened

Shunsuke Nakamura: Japanese genius, who became the legend of “Celtic”

Despite the considerable success, few of the fans with warmth recalls the “Celtic” from the time of Gordon Strachan. They prefer the five-year plan led by Martin O’Neill, who returned the Celts to the top of Scottish football and put an end to the Rangers hegemony. Even in Europe, the specialist is respected – the giants Juventus, Lyon and Porto have all fallen victim to the coach’s wards. In 2003, the Scots reached the UEFA Cup final.
Strakan signed a contract with the legendary club in 2005 – a year after the departure of Henrik Larsson. All the best players were getting old, and after the loss of the main talisman, the future seemed foggy. Continue reading

Is it time to go out?
Transfers have been an integral part of football since its inception. At first they are chaotic, now they follow clearly defined rules. Every year, the players are becoming more expensive,…

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Shunsuke Nakamura: Japanese genius, who became the legend of "Celtic"
Despite the considerable success, few of the fans with warmth recalls the “Celtic” from the time of Gordon Strachan. They prefer the five-year plan led by Martin O'Neill, who returned…

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