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featuresports8 months ago

Truthful Tuesday | Jurgen Klopp is right; but implementing the five substitutes rule could save careers

'Sky and BT have to talk. If we keep playing on Wednesday and Saturday 12:30 I am not sure if we will finish the season with 11 players,' Jurgen Klopp told Sky's Geoff Shreeves.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports9 months ago

Throwback Thursday | Arjen Robben’s penalty miss seals Borussia Dortmund and Jurgen Klopp’s legacies

Moments transcends everything in sport and nothing defines that more than football, especially the bad ones. Welcome to 'Throwback Thursday', where we take a look at a moment in time, and this week, we look at an infamous miss that transformed Borussia Dortmund and made the Der Klassiker what it is.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Satire Saturday | VAR or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

This love affair all started long before VAR was actually introduced in the Premier League, with it making headlines all across Europe. But rumour has it, and rumours are always true just ask Real Madrid or Manchester United or Arsenal, that it started the day Neil Warnock starred down referees.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Overreaction Monday ft English managers, Liverpool and Xavi vs Paul Pogba

Overthinking and over-reacting to situations is the human way but when it comes to football something clicks in a person that makes things comical, ludicrous and rarely sensible. That being said after a packed weekend of hysterical fans in England, there were bound to be a few hare-brained ideas.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft. CK Vineeth, Michael Clarke and Liverpool’s reversal

Welcome back to another week in quarantine, where we all have been entertained to the various highlights and some ridiculous statements made by sportspersons. This week has been nothing different, thanks to Michael Clarke, Liverpool and UFC’s ‘Fight Island,’ which is about to get ready.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresportsa year ago

Overreaction Monday ft Trent Alexander Arnold, Liverpool and end of English footballing pyramid

Overthinking and over-reacting to situations is the human way but when it comes to football, something clicks in a person that makes things comical, ludicrous and rarely sensible. That being said after a packed weekend of hysterical fans in England, there were bound to be a few hare-brained ideas.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Premier League Gameweek 28: Overreaction Monday ft the Invincibles, Phil Foden and David de Gea's howler

Overthinking and over-reacting to situations is the human way but when it comes to football something clicks in a person that makes things comical, ludicrous and rarely sensible. That being said after a packed weekend of hysterical fans in England, there were bound to be a few hare-brained ideas.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft Bayern Munich, Ishant Sharma, Liverpool's Invincibles and DRS

We’re back with another weekly edition of Good, Bad and Ugly with a weekly roundup of some of the most astonishing things that have happened this week, including the Bundesliga, Ishant Sharma’s mistreatment, and the end of Liverpool’s run at going through a season unbeaten amongst many more.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresportsa year ago

Premier League Gameweek 26: Overreaction Monday ft. Manchester City and the rest of England

Overthinking and over-reacting to situations is the human way but when it comes to football rarely does a thought last more than a weekend unless it has something solid backing it. That being said after a packed weekend of incredulous fans in England, there were bound to be a few idiotic debates.
Siddhant Lazar
featuresports2 years ago

Premier League Gameweek 19: Overreaction Monday ft LiVARpool, West Ham and the Title race

As the saying goes to think too much is a disease but when it comes to football rarely does a thought last more than a weekend unless it has some basis to it. That being said after an action packed weekend of overzealous fans in the Premier League, there were bound to be a few nonsensical debates.
Siddhant Lazar