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Siddhant Lazar

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Tom Landry once said "Football is an incredible game. Sometimes it's so incredible, it's unbelievable." Football is and always will be the beautiful game. What every child understands, yet every adult struggles to, is that it is a game that defines the nature of the universe. But that's just me.

featurefootball16 days ago

Mauricio Pochettino could be the ideal PSG manager but it all feels like a weird mix

From the moment Paris Saint-Germain appointed Mauricio Pochettino to the moment they walked away with a 1-1 draw against Saint-Etienne since then the air around the club has felt very surreal. Not wrong or right, just surreal although that may be more down to the fact that this just feels weird.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports17 days ago

Throwback Thursday | Wrexham’s moment of history defines the magic of the FA Cup

Moments transcends everything in sport and nothing defines that more than football especially the good ones. Welcome to 'Throwback Thursday' where we take a look at a moment in time, and this week, we look at the 1991/92 FA Cup and a goal that Wrexham fans will remember until the end of days.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball19 days ago

Ralph Hasenhuttl is building an empire at Southampton and he wants nothing stopping them

They may have been £5 million richer but losing Ronald Koeman left the Saints in a lurch as they watched one of the best managers in their modern history sign for Everton. But it was supposed to be fine because of Southampton’s history of finding shrewd managerial gems from around the world.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

Truthful Tuesday | Manchester City do nothing but stumble about the dark without Kevin De Bruyne

“No, Kevin is so important for us that he won't rest. He rested in the Champions League previously and right now we need him.” – Pep Guardiola.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad and Ugly ft Reece James’s good fight, Suresh Raina arrested and FIFA’s complaint against Sepp Blatter

Another week goes by and the penultimate week of 2020 has left us a lot to talk about in this week’s edition of ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’. From Reece James delivering food to the homeless to more charges filed against Sepp Blatter to Suresh Raina flouting COVID rules but the world keeps spinning.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

There's a mess at Arsenal and they're pointing the vacuum at the wrong man

Sports and Boxing Day go together perfectly hand in hand especially football and Boxing day with that infamous scorecard from 1963 giving people hope. After all, when 66 goals were scored in a single game week, people are bound to hope that something half as exciting happens.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

From chaos to being the perfect team in a weird year: Simeone and Atletico Madrid show that time heals all wounds

‘Why not dream of winning the La Liga?’ For most of the opening thirteen games this season, few believed it because we are, after all, only fifteen games into the season. Then came an expansive, defensive and truly dominant performance against Barcelona and suddenly it had everybody dreaming.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Dele Alli is teetering wildly on the brink of being forgotten; it's time he changes that

It was like a bolt out of the blue. The chance was nothing more than a half-chance and Crystal Palace knew exactly that, which is probably why they stood off the number 20 and let him take the first touch under pressure but something in Mile Jedinak’s mind realised what was about to happen.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

Throwback Thursday | Diego Maradona’s moment of magic turns him into a Neapolitan legend

Moments transcends everything in sport and nothing defines that more than football especially the good ones. Welcome to 'Throwback Thursday' where we take a look at a moment in time, and this week, we look at the 1986/87 Serie A season and a goal that Napoli fans will remember with a starry gaze.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Football’s fluid and everchanging methodology has stamped it’s influence on the players

The first time Liverpool played Manchester City last season, the focus wasn’t on the game, or the players or the managers but instead on how the two sides played their football. One opted to dominate the ball and force their opponents into submission, while the other chose to control the transition.
Siddhant Lazar