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newsfootball22 days ago

Was difficult tournament for Belgium but we fought until end, proclaims Kevin De Bruyne

Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne believes that while it has been a tough time for the Red Devils at Euro 2020, he’s proud of the fact that they fought till the end against Italy. Roberto Martinez’s side endured their fair share of issues over the course of the tournament with plagued with fitness issues.
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featurefootballa month ago

Belgian blueprint vs Portugal’s superstars; a game far more than just an average knockout clash

A mountain of expectation on a generation vs the mountain on expectation on a superstar? This is what defines football to its very core, especially modern football. A battle between individualism and superstardom or one for all and all for one, the elite team mentality.
Siddhant Lazar
newsfootballa month ago

Last two months have been up and down but glad I was able to play, admits Kevin De Bruyne

In light of his comeback against Denmark, Kevin De Bruyne has confessed that the last two months have been up and down because of injuries for him but he’s glad he was able to do his part. The Belgian walked off the bench and transformed the game for the Red Devils at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium.
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featurefootballa month ago

Why your team will suck at the Euro 2020: Belgium and their alleged ‘Golden Generation’

Roberto Martinez will be looking to take Belgium’s golden generation all through to the title as the Red Devils go into the competition as one of the tournament’s favourites. Touted as the last chance to win with one of the most experienced squads, here is why Belgium sucks and won’t do anything.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Kevin De Bruyne won’t be fit for Belgium's opening game at Euro 2020, admits Roberto Martinez

Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Kevin De Bruyne will be unavailable for Belgium's Euro 2020 opening game after his injury in the Champions League final. The Belgian head coach also confirmed that while De Bruyne will make his return after that, he will have to wear a mask for the tournament.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Have doubts whether Pep Guardiola’s tactical system is right for Gabriel Jesus, proclaims Ze Roberto

Former Bayern Munich star Ze Roberto believes that Gabriel Jesus needs to figure out his place in Pep Guardiola’s system or the Brazilian risks his chance at a good performance in the 2022 World Cup. The forward has struggled to find the net this season with him netting just eight league goals.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Manchester City don’t have match-winners like Paris Saint-Germain, claims Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola believes that Manchester City doesn’t have the same strength in squad depth as PSG does ahead of their Champions League clash. The Cityzens face the reigning French champions in what will be their first semi-final clash under Guardiola, with them favourites to win the trophy.
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newsfootball3 months ago

This season has been a very weird one for me personally, admits Raheem Sterling

In light of his struggles for Manchester City, Raheem Sterling has admitted that this season has been a weird one for him but he has still enjoyed his football and playing for City. The forward has struggled to put his best foot forward this season with just 13 goals and 11 assists for the Cityzens.
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newsfootball4 months ago

Kevin de Bruyne signs new Manchester City contract extension until 2025

Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has penned down a new contract extension with the Premier League club that will extend his time until the end of the 2024/25 league season. The Belgian signed for the Cityzens from Wolfsburg in 2015 and has made over 250 appearances for the club since then.
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featurefootball4 months 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