featurefootball2 months ago

Neymar, Pogba and the art of valuing a football player

Recently, Neymar Jr moved from Barcelona to Paris St. Germain for an eye-watering £199 m. To put this in perspective, the team that won the League 1 last season, Monaco, is worth less. Was he worth the money and is there an elegant way to compare ability across players so as to predict their worth?
Shubham Maurya
featurefootball2 months ago

Neymar : A traitor or an opportunist

A quiet Sunday afternoon for Barcelona fans who sighed a breath of relief after a week of speculation of Neymar leaving the Catalans for PSG suddenly turned out to be a nightmare after it was reported that Neymar had stormed out of Barcelona training after an altercation with defender Semedo.
Rohan Chawla
featurefootball3 months ago

Biggest football transfers of this season

The transfer window for the season 2017/18 opened in June and since then transfers have come thick and fast as clubs have not held back on spending. English Premier League clubs have dominated and spent the most during the ongoing transfers and it is all set to be a record-breaking summer.
Rohan Chawla
featurefootball7 months ago

Five greatest comebacks in the Champions League

Football is the biggest sport in the world and while the masses tune in to watch the World Cup, die-hard fans will tell you that there is nothing better than two teams fighting it out in the Champions League. This competition has provided some of the best moments, along with the biggest stars.
SportsCafe Desk
featurefootball8 months ago

Who will win the La Liga title - A detailed analysis

Despite housing both the greatest players of our era, little thought has been given to claims that the La Liga could be the best league in the world -it being a two-horse race and all that. But, it appears they are the only major league where the champion has not become a certainty yet this year.
Faizan Qadiri
featurefootball9 months ago

Which club has produced the most World Cup winners in the last 30 years?

In the last 30 years (since the 1986 World Cup), we have seen six different nations winning the World Cup. 178 different players have been part of the World Cup-winning squads during this period. Which club academies have produced the most World Cup winners, though?
SportsCafe Desk
featurefootball9 months ago

Five reasons why Premier League is the best league in the world

The numerous reasons why the Premier League is considered as the toughest league in the world which also makes it the most followed football league worldwide. From the top managers, the intensity, the busy schedule all culminate to make the English top-flight the best league in the world.
shreyash_LFC
featurefootball10 months ago

Aguero deserves the ban, but what Fabregas did was equally cringe-worthy

Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho were sent off in the final minutes of Chelsea's 3-1 win over Manchester City which could see them out for four and three games respectively. But did anyone notice that it was Cesc Fabregas who provoked an angry reaction out of Fernandinho?
Samarendranath Soory
featurefootball10 months ago

Tactical Analysis | How an error-prone Madrid managed to draw against Barcelona

Real Madrid maintained their six-point difference over Barcelona in the La Liga table by escaping with a point at Camp Nou in what was below-par Clasico. Luis Suarez seemed to have sealed 3 points with a 53rd-minute header, but Sergio Ramos scored in the dying minutes to end the match 1-1.
Samarendranath Soory
featurefootball10 months ago

Five times Messi and Ronaldo left their mark on the El Clasico

When the fixtures for a season are announced, being a Manchester United fan I quickly check two fixtures - Liverpool at Anfield and the derby at Old Trafford. Then I switch to the La Liga to see when the first El Clasico of the season is scheduled.
Faizan Qadiri