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Players That Will Likely Leave Their Clubs In the 2021 Summer Transfers
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Players That Will Likely Leave Their Clubs In the 2021 Summer Transfers

These days, the football world is very dynamic and there is a lot of unexpected news that are headlining every day, especially when it comes to transfers. Thanks to the fact that the revenue of clubs has increased massively in the past 10 years, many of them can afford to buy high-end players. Just take a look at PSG. They managed to buy Neymar for a whopping $222 million and Mbappe for $180 million, etc. The 2021 summer transfer period is likely to be extremely dynamic as there are quite a lot of stars that are likely to leave their clubs. That is exactly the topic that we wanted to discuss in this article. We are going to take a look at some players that are likely to leave their clubs. You Can Bet on the Potential Transfers If you are a betting fan, you will be pleased to know that...
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Madrid’s treatment of this trio shows Perez’s ruthlessness

Real Madrid are arguably the biggest football club in the world and this can hardly be up for debate.  The legendary Spanish outfit also have the most popular president in the person of Florentino Perez and it comes as no surprise that they continually dominate various areas of the game with regards to club football. However, it appears that the club does not prioritize the feeling of players when they are in control. Real Madrid FC under the leadership of Florentino Perez is not a loyal club and this is evident in their treatment of three of their most prestigious players in the last decade. It's no more news that fans of the club show no love for players who are not at their best at every point in time.  GET THE BEST FREE FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS FOR TODAY They want the player...
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Who are the Golden Boot Favorites Ahead of the Euros?

The Golden Boot award at the European Championship and the World Cup is one of the most coveted individual awards in world football. Some of Europe’s best-ever players have earned this trophy in past tournaments. Michel Platini led France to their first-ever Euro’s title with nine goals in the 1984 tournament.  Marco van Basten won the Golden Boot as the Netherlands won their first international accolade in 1988. David Villa and Fernando Torres also finished as top-scorers in 2008 and 2012, respectively, when Spain won two consecutive Euros.  With a host of world-class attacking talent included at Euro 2020, there will be plenty of in-form strikers vying for this year’s Golden Boot. In a tournament that is packed with attacking talent, it may come as a surprise to most, but the av...
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Here are the top 10 richest active footballers in the world

Football is one sport that has seen the emergence of millionaires over the years. There were rumors that the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi were the richest active footballers presently due to how they've dominated the game. This was also believed to be the case as they are miles ahead of their fellow players. However, this is not the case as the two of them do not lead the top two spots. Instead, a relatively unknown young footballer, yet to carve a niche for himself in the game is presently the richest active footballer in the world. It has been revealed that Leicester City's Faiq Bolkiah is head and shoulders above Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in the richness game, based on reports. READ: Mkhitaryan wants a permanent move to AS Roma Regardless, let's ...
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Why is Serie A Attracting so Many Premier League Stars?

At times throughout the history of the game, Serie A has proved to be the most alluring league in the world. In post-war Italy, players from England and elsewhere were drawn by big salaries, luxury lifestyles, and state-of-the-art facilities and training methods. Players who made the switch received substantial signing-on fees and huge bonuses while those in England received a basic wage, no signing-on fee and were tied to contracts with no expiry date. The golden era In the 1980s and 90s, many of the world’s best footballers flocked to the peninsula again as the Italian league proved to be the strongest in Europe. This included a mini-exodus of stars from the English top flight. Luther Blisset, Gordan Cowans, Trevor Francis, Mark Hateley, Ray Wilkins, Liam Brady, Joe Jordan, Graem...
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The top 3 clubs with the most Ballon d’Or winners

It's no more news that the 2019 Ballon d'Or ceremony is set to hold in a few hours from now, where the winner of the prestigious award for the year will be showcased to the footballing world. The likes of Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk, Barcelona's Lionel Messi, Juventus' Cristiano Ronaldo, and Liverpool's Mohammed Salah are in the running for the award this year. However, while the Liverpool duo that has been aforementioned here are yet to win the award, it must be noted that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo have 5 each. As the event draws closer, here are the top 3 European clubs that have the most Ballon d'Or Winners. The list is arranged from lowest to highest. Reference was made from the Statesman. GET THE LATEST FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS FOR TODAY Live Football Streaming Ove...
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Lopetegui was just the scapegoat after failed gambles

Real Madrid have been in the news for the wrong reasons in recent weeks, and rightfully so. It ultimately boils down to the decisions of the Los Blancos hierarchy which could easily pass for gambling. Julen Lopetegui on his own part emerged as the scapegoat of the whole show. His dream of taking Spain to the 2018 World Cup in Russia after seeing them through the qualification phases was scuppered due to his decision to take the Madrid job whilst still contracted to Spain. That was a historic opportunity that the Spaniard passed out on, and it looks like a fatal blow to his career after being booted out of the Santiago Bernabeu just a few months into his reign as Madrid boss after a very poor run of form with the side. DAILY RELIABLE FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS One might be tempted to ...
Talking points from Day 2 of UCL Matchday 1
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Talking points from Day 2 of UCL Matchday 1

  The day 2 of the Matchday 1 of the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League provided even more excitement than the previous day's encounters albeit with more controversies. The Wednesday night fixtures served up upsets, controversies, and also showed us that the defending champions of the competition are still formidable and won't give up their title without a fight. Regardless, here are some major talking points from yesterday's fixtures: CHECK OUT OUR LATEST FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS FOR TODAY 1. Lyon proved to be no pushovers against Guardiola's Man City The Etihad was the center of arguably the biggest upset of the 2018/19 UCL Matchday 1 fixtures after visitors Lyon stunned the Citizens and left with all three points in the bag. This was courtesy of goals from Maxwel Cornet in ...
UCL Matchday 1- Ronaldo set to rival Messi, but in a Juve shirt
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UCL Matchday 1- Ronaldo set to rival Messi, but in a Juve shirt

Lionel Messi bagged a hat-trick for Barcelona yesterday in the first set of games of Match Day 1 of the 2018/19 UEFA Champions League against Eredivisie champions PSV. One season ago and we would have been looking to see if his rival Cristiano Ronaldo would replicate similar performance and to bag his for Real Madrid. This won't be the case this term as the Portuguese is now with Juventus but there is still room for rivalry between the two especially in the UEFA Champions League. Funny enough, Cristiano Ronaldo will return to Spain tonight and visits the Mestalla. He'll be doing this in a Juventus shirt, and having broken his duck last weekend with a brace against Sassuolo in the Serie A, one would expect him to continue his fine scoring form in the UEFA Champions League tonight. ...
Headlines from Europe’s elite leagues weekend fixtures
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Headlines from Europe’s elite leagues weekend fixtures

  The weekend across Europe's major leagues was eventful as there were series of talking points that from some of the games played in the Serie A, La Liga, and the Premier League. Here are some talking points from the weekend that precedes Europe's elite club competition in midweek: 1 Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid stumble as Barcelona show character: Our guess is that some of the big clubs had their eyes on UCL exertions in midweek. Regardless, Barcelona established a 2 point lead as they sit top of the La Liga. This is because their two fiercest rivals in Madrid settled for a point each in their games. It must be noted that all three teams went behind in their games but Barcelona clawed back from a goal down to beat Real Sociedad 2:1 at the bogey Anoeta stadium. It ha...