Le Weekend Qui Foot – Week 3: Struggles on the Riviera for Vieira

Week three saw another glut of goals in Ligue 1, but the most surprising result – and the biggest thumping – of the weekend saw Patrick Vieira’s Nice concede four goals at home to Dijon. That leaves les Aiglons without a win in their opening three games, and yet to score in front of their own…

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Liga MX Apertura 2018 Round 5 Review

Last season’s finalists impressed in Round 5, while one of the title favorites has problems up front. Santos Eye Back-to-Back League Titles http://gty.im/1021988688 Surprise title winners in the Clausura 2018, few expected Santos to challenge again for the Liga MX championship this season. The playing squad was weakened significantly this summer. Mexican international centre-back Néstor…

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South America ICYMI: Boca off the summit, Flamengo stumble again

The weekend had plenty of action in the Brasileirão and Superliga Argentina. The Brazilian title race got even more interesting at the end of the first half of the season, while in Argentina, the big clubs are taking a little bit longer to get off the pace. And not forgetting, of course, plenty of beautiful…

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Inside La Liga: Matchday 1 2018-19

After a long summer break, the new La Liga football season has finally arrived!  Thanks to the departure of some great footballers, along with the serious discussion of moving regular season games to North America, the 2018/19 season already has viewers on the edge of their seats.   Keen to not disappoint, Matchday 1 was full of surprises, courtesy…

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United Soccer League ICYMI: 7/11/18

After a World Cup-induced hiatus (don’t judge me!), I’m back with the wild, weird, and wonderful world of the USL! Yes, it is crunch time in the world’s biggest sporting event, but the USL stops for no person, animal, humidity, summer heat, or massive worldwide soccer organization. With summer bearing down, let’s hope all you…

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World Cup ICYMI: GW1 – France vs Australia, Argentina vs Iceland, Peru vs Denmark, Croatia vs Nigeria

After Portugal and Spain’s all-action draw yesterday, it would be fair for anyone to expect other teams to live up to those games. However, it was a dull second day of the World Cup, with some history created as well as hearts broken. The day began with France scraping past Australia thanks to the powers…

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