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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.

featurefootball10 days ago

Beware of the Parisian monsters here to gobble everyone up; ignore them at your own peril

Everyone who has anything to do with football knows the story. If this was a 100 years ago then alongside the myths and legends, songs would have been sung about that night. Neymar’s name would be vibrating through history for centuries after that night. And for PSG, little would change.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball12 days ago

Pep Guardiola needs to check his overcomplicated instincts at the door and just let Manchester City fly free

But can he do it on a wet and rainy night at Stoke? That was the question posed to Pep Guardiola after he dominated both Spain and Germany, after winning the treble with Barcelona and after reaching three consecutive semi-finals with Bayern, but could he do it on a cold and rainy night at Stoke?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball13 days ago

Chelsea, Liverpool, West Ham and Tottenham in the battle for European glory

Make no mistake. The battle against relegation is far more interesting but since glory hunting is cooler, the battle for European glory aka the Champions League is our goal for today. With eight games left in the season, nine for those who play on Monday, who can make the cut before the bell rings?
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports17 days ago

Throwback Thursday | Thierry Henry’s moment of pure magic revives a flatlining season at Highbury

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 in this week’s edition we look at the 2003/04 season and a goal that no Arsenal fan will ever forget.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

Truthful Tuesday | Pep Guardiola is an elite offensive coach but he's rarely creator of great offenses

Wherever he goes, Pep Guardiola has created monstrous, league destroying football teams. He did it in Spain, he did it in Germany and then he came to England and did it again. But for all that undeniable managerial talent and ability, the Spaniard has rarely created a great offense.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

Satire Saturday | BCCI and UEFA get together to create new-look Champions League

*Entertaining theme song, that you love the first time you hear it and then for the next thirty episodes you binge-watch before hating it with every bone in your body, plays as a man walks out. He’s dressed in a sharp white and blue suit with a mask on and the spotlight is all over him.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad and Ugly ft Revamped Champions League, Yoshihito Nishioka's retiring over coffee and FC Porto's underdog thriller

Another week goes by and we’re well into 2021 which has left us a lot to talk about in this week’s edition of ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’. From fans rebelling against Champions League reforms to Yoshihito Nishioka's tantrum and even the reaction to Amey Ranawade's head injury but the world keeps spinning.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Kylian Mbappe has already won a World Cup; now comes his hardest challenge

He knew he had the world watching. This was after all one of the biggest events of the footballing season and one of the most crucial parts of the tournament. And he’s part of one of the favourites to actually go on and win the thing although in the years past, they’ve struggled with expectations.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa month ago

Throwback Thursday | Wayne Rooney's moment of brilliance drags the Manchester derby back into the spotlight

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 2010/11 season and a moment that Manchester United fans will never ever forget.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports2 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Football’s laws are the problem, not the VAR and definitely not the referees

It would bound to happen. You keep hitting a pinata, it’s bound to break. You keep shaking a bottle of soda and eventually, it’s bound to explode. You keep abusing referees and one day, they’re bound to react. That’s exactly what happened and it culminated in Darren Drysdale reacting.
Siddhant Lazar