Paris Saint Germain have developed a well-oiled system under Thomas Tuchel. The tactical flexibility of players like Dani Alves and Julian Draxler have allowed the French giants to flourish in a number of different systems, seemingly chopping and changing their formation every week without ever missing a beat. However, without star men up top like … Continue reading PSG Fruitless Without Cavani & Mbappe
It seems that one of the only stories to follow this winter in the January transfer window is the ongoing saga at PSG involving a new defensive midfielder. With the likes of Thiago Motta, Marco Verratti and Adrien Rabiot, defensive midfield has never been a problem area for Les Rouge-et-Bleu in recent years. However, all of … Continue reading Doucoure, Weigl and Gueye? Why are PSG after a new defensive midfielder?
Following Germany's win at the UEFA Euro U-21 tournament in Poland and Deutschland's B+ squad taking home the 2017 Confederations Cup, the future certainly looks bright for Joachim Low's team. Youngsters and rising stars were on fire at both tournaments and were able to make a claim for the full national team at the tournament … Continue reading Predicting Germany’s Euro 2020 Squad
What a surprising week of results in the UEFA Champions League's Round of 16. The beginning of the knockout stages saw Paris Saint Germain crush Barcelona, Benfica stun Dortmund and Bayern Munich roll over Arsenal as if they weren't even there. Through all the surprising and intriguing results, these are the best 11 players from … Continue reading UEFA Champions League Team of the Week Round of 16 (Feb. 14-15)
Goalkeeper: Lukasz Fabianski Lukasz Fabianski was brilliant against Switzerland and was the reason Poland were able to get to penalty kicks. The Polish goalkeeper made some crucial saves to keep Poland in the match. In fact, he made seven stunning saves to help Poland stay level at 1-1. For Fabianski and his saves though, it wasn't just … Continue reading Euro 2016: Round of 16 Team of the Week