#DreamTeen: The Present And Future of FC Barcelona

#DreamTeen is a reflection on the mission of President Joan Laporta to bring glory to FC Barcelona with homegrown talents while playing beautiful football; the kind of football that can earn you a standing ovation at the Santiago Bernabeu

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Why the Ronaldo Signing was a Necessary Evil for Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best player of the last decade. This phrase fully encompasses the idea of this article. From far away the signing of someone with 5 Ballon d’Or that too for just €15 million seems like an absolute steal. But when a deal seems too good to be true, sometimes it actually is. One should ask oneself a question: Why did Juventus sell Ronaldo in the first place?

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How Can Fc Barcelona Bring Back The Glory Days

There have been lots of articles, videos and whatnot talking about the poor shape of FC Barcelona. The future of Ronald Koeman has come into question several times over his not so long tenure and in recent times even Laporta’s ability has also come under fire. But talking about the problems is not going to solve them especially in FC Barcelona’s case. So this article is a realistic roadmap of how FC Barcelona can expect to win trophies in the short and medium term.

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Why the 3-5-2 is a winning formula for Chelsea

Chelsea’s recent games have shown that they struggle to create chances to score enough goals. This is because they lack the risk-taking ability near the opposition’s box and lack the creativity from midfield. The recent matches against Man City, Juventus, and Aston Villa showed us that Chelsea lacked someone who could become the connection between the midfield and the attack. As witnessed against Southampton that Chelsea deployed a 3-5-2 formation in the 2nd half that worked flawlessly.

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What has led to Bayern Munich’s recent goal-spree

Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern have been ruthless this season, scoring a mammoth 46 goals in just 10 games despite playing the likes of Dortmund, Leipzig and Barcelona in that time. After a failed preseason Nagelsmann quickly realized that he had to work with a 4-2-3-1 system here in Bavaria unlike what he has done in his previous clubs. Although while in possession they build from the back with patience, with a changed system of 3-1-4-2 that gives players several passing options to break out of the press.

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UCL 2021-22 Matchday 2 Review

The 2 richest clubs in the world faced each other in Matchday 2 of the UEFA Champions League Group Stage. The expectations were high from the game which was a repeat of last year’s semi finals. Last time Man City dominated both the games but this time with a highly bolstered squad, PSG has got their revenge.

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European Football Roundup: Big win for Leipzig, Derby delight for Lazio, and Lens continue their European charge

Ansu Fati’s return metaphorically marked the first instance of the sun shining over the Camp Nou in what seemed like forever. The fervor and anxiousness surrounding his return could be felt in the crowd as they welcomed their savior. It hadn’t taken 10 minutes and it was impossible not to be carried along by it all. “You dream but I didn’t really imagine it like this,” Fati admitted.

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