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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.

featurefootball6 days ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 33+ – How to replace Bruno Fernandes

The Premier League’s Project Restart has started swimmingly for most, and we have reached the moment to avoid any rash decisions, but then Bruno Fernandes gets injured. The news hasn’t been officially confirmed and there is a chance that the midfielder is out for a while, so how do you replace him?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball9 days ago

Napoli have been the architects of their downfall in the past but they have a chance to change their luck

There’s something about Napoli because when they are at their best, they are great but when it goes bad, it’s downright terrible. Their fall from grace after EL Diego left was an implosion of incredible propositions and this season looked like it might be worse, until Gennaro Gattuso stepped in.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports10 days ago

Truthful Tuesday | Miralem Pjanic just might be one of Barcelona’s best moves in a long time

Football will always remember the day that Barcelona swapped Arthur Melo for Miralem Pjanic but for all the chaos that surrounds the deal, could this actually be a great move? In this week’s edition of ‘Truthful Tuesday’, we say that Pjanic could be the best move that Barcelona have made in a while.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball13 days ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 32+ - Panic not, captains and not picks matter

Liverpool have been crowned Premier League champions for the first time in over 30 years and with that the season is all but over. Yet with seven games left, everyone has something to play for and after another 60 plus average, it meant everyone had a ball and for those who didn’t, panic not.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports15 days ago

Throwback Thursday | Dennis Bergkamp’s mythical first touch at 1998 World Cup helps Netherlands sink Argentina

Moments transcends everything in sport and none more so than in football especially the good ones. Welcome to 'Throwback Thursday', where we take a look at a moment in time, and in this week’s edition, we look at the 1998 World Cup quarter-final and a moment that Netherlands fans will never forget.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball17 days ago

Fantasy Premier League Gameweek 31+ - Planning for a future beyond Gameweek 31+

After what was an eternity, the Premier League is back and just like that the Fantasy Premier League is back in our lives with a bang. It saw lot of managers walk away with triple figure hauls and a stunning average of 66 points meant that many had a ball but Gameweek 31+ brings its own problems.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball21 days ago

Jose Mourinho's impossible task at Tottenham could make or break his managerial legacy

Less than a month ago, reports started to emerge just days after whispers about Tottenham’s money problems emerged. The North Londoners are in serious problems and their £175 million loan from the Bank of England to help re-pay stadium debt proves that brilliantly. But there is a bigger problem.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball23 days ago

From the MLS to the Bundesliga: Alphonso Davies’ rise has been stunning and it is far from over

In the age of Kylian Mbappe, Jadon Sancho or numerous other starlets, Alphonso Davies, at 19, has been proclaimed to be the world's best left-back despite a whole catalogue of players older than him dominating the scene. But the question on everybody's mind is the former MLS star worth the hype?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball24 days ago

England’s proud football pyramid is crumbling and with it their 132 year old history

Early on in The Sopranos, the gang is sitting and counting cash - doing exactly what the audience expects mobsters to do and the TV is droning on in the back-drop. On it, is an interview of a former mobster alongside a police officer and something that they’re saying has irritated the great Tony.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports25 days ago

Overreaction Monday ft the German Michael Owen, English football’s saviour and Wayne Rooney

Overthinking and over-reacting to situations is the human way especially when it comes to football because no sport in the world is more dramatic, comical, or ludicrous. That being said with the greatest distraction finally back and running normally, there were bound to be a few hare-brained ideas.
Siddhant Lazar