It’s almost the end of the year, so it’s only fitting that we count down the top 100 footballers of 2019. Check out the start of the list (20-11) below.
In an era where formations are ever-changing, the 3-4-3 has become one of the most popular to use around the world. Serie A teams have long been fans of the back three, but formations like the 3-4-3 and 3-5-2 are growing in popularity virtually everywhere - from Spain to France to Germany to even England … Continue reading How Chelsea Won The 2016-17 Premier League Title Playing 3-4-2-1
In all of Chelsea's recent struggles, much has been made about how Maurizio Sarri has failed to do exactly what the three men previous to him also failed to do: adequately manage the Chelsea dressing room. Although Conte, Mourinho and Andre Villas Boas all struggled to make a long-lasting impression on the Chelsea dressing room, … Continue reading 4 Ways Maurizio Sarri Can Save His Job
The final list of the Top 100 Footballers of 2018 numbers 20-1 - featuring World Cup winner N'Golo Kante, Ballon d'Or winner Luka Modric and a battle between Ronaldo and Messi for first prize!
Jorginho is one of the most unique midfielders in the modern game. The Brazilian-born midfielder is not your traditional N'Golo Kante-esque ball-winner nor is he anywhere near as mobile as the Frenchman. But his tactical/spatial awareness, footballing intelligence and superb on-the-ball presence help to make him one of the very best defensive midfielders around. He's incredibly vocal on the field, guiding his teammates through every pass and when he receives the ball for himself, he always seems to know exactly the right pass to make in a split-second decision. Jorginho is arguably the closest thing the footballing world has seen to a Sergio Busquets in years and Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea is the perfect place for the 26-year-old to showcase his talent. Here is how Jorginho has been integral to Chelsea's unbeaten start to the 2018-19 Premier League season.
CHELSEA INTRODUCTION After winning the league in such stunning circumstances last season much should be expected of Chelsea going into 2017-18. But with the uncertain futures of a few massive stars and the departure of one crucial midfield giant, many are beginning to doubt that Chelsea can be repeat champions. It's practically a reality that … Continue reading 2017-18 Premier League Team Guide: Chelsea
The final list of this year's compilation is finally here. Real Madrid rightfully have more players than anyone else while Juve and Barcelona aren't too far behind, but this year's final list also features the most controversial pick for number one ever. Enjoy! TOP 100 FOOTBALLERS 2016-17 20-1 20. Arjen Robben We all might have … Continue reading OFFICIAL: Top 100 Footballers 2016-17 (20-1)
It is finally here! The Top 100 Footballers in the World for the 2016-17 season, set to be revealed over the next four weeks. 2016-17 gave us the happy surprises of Leicester City and AS Monaco in the UEFA Champions League, the first ever back-to-back Champions League champions in Real Madrid and magical title winners … Continue reading OFFICIAL: Top 100 Footballers End of Season 2016-17
The 2016-17 Premier League season is coming to an end after what was its busiest month of action in April 2017. Instead of the usual 3-4, some teams played 6 games, some even 7, making this a crazy month inside of the Premier League. The ones who were able to standout over the course April even … Continue reading English Premier League Team of the Month: April 2017
This week the Premier League was a little bit strange as normally a "Gameweek" or "Matchday" only lasts the weekend but this time it started Saturday and ended Thursday. So if you were wondering why the usual Team of the Week didn't arrive this past Monday as it usually might, that is the reason. Another … Continue reading English Premier League Team of the Week Gameweek 34