Thomas Muller

UCL Wrap-Up: Real Madrid, Marseille Advance, Munich’s 7 Goal Slaughter & Chelsea Claws Back To Victory

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There's a reason why you label certain teams with words like "elite" and "favorite.


Underdog Day: Champions League Week Two Recap

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Full of surprises, the second set of matches saw the underdogs take the spotlight while perennial Champions League teams fail to live up to their pedigrees.


The Dust Settles: Domestic League Title Races Wrap In Europe

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<a href=""> Over in the soccer world, championships were decisively won and lost this past weekend. Beginning in Spain, only five points separated <a href="">Barcelona</a> and <a href="">Madrid</a> in their annual two-horse race at the start of Saturday morning.

Yoann Gourcuff

The 6 Game-Changing Summer Soccer Transfers

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<a href=""> The European domestic leagues may have already begun but the post-World Cup malaise—a hangover for the winning Spanish—is finally over. With the close of the transfer window and thus the end of the associated player movement, players, managers, fans, and everyone in between must accept their fates for the next four crucial months. For some, prospects are especially brighter than others, adeptly wheeling and dealing in a financial climate during which few have dared to venture. And for an even smaller number of clubs, fortunes will look up for years to come with moves like the six listed below. <a href=""> 1. David Villa to Barcelona for 40 million euros Announced <a href="">prior to the World Cup</a>, its impact was overshadowed by the impending summer showcase.

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