Miguel Herrera – The biggest ‘lunatic’ in football
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Miguel Herrera – The biggest ‘lunatic’ in football

Just over a year ago, Mexico booked their place in last 16 of FIFA World Cup in Brazil for the sixth consecutive time, and came close to equaling their best result in history. In the past, El Tri…

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Jurgen Klinsmann – A Perfect Fit for the USA
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Jurgen Klinsmann – A Perfect Fit for the USA

It would be rather difficult to point out a personality more in love with being in the spotlight of football’s vast stage than that of Jurgen Klinsmann. Both as a player and a coach, Klinsmann has always managed…

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Guillermo Stabile: Mr. Copa America
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Guillermo Stabile: Mr. Copa America

Long before Mario Kempes and Diego Maradona made sure that the name of their proud and football-obsessed country ended up on game’s most coveted trophy, Argentina had long been a superpower. The beautiful game made its way to…

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Stankovic: Juve reminds me of Jose’s Inter
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Stankovic: Juve reminds me of Jose’s Inter

Ahead of 2015 UEFA Champions’ League final between Barcelona and Juventus Top Eleven Football Blog team spoke to former Inter, Lazio and Crvena zvezda midfielder Dejan Stankovic, UCL winner in 2010. While Barcelona often features in the biggest…

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Thomas Tuchel: Klopp 2.0 or Pep 2.0?
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Thomas Tuchel: Klopp 2.0 or Pep 2.0?

People always expect great players to become great managers, although it is known that this is not often the case. In that respect, probably even Thomas Tuchel himself never saw himself becoming a coach, let alone one of…

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