Riyad Mahrez: North Africa’s New Dawn
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Riyad Mahrez: North Africa’s New Dawn

The emergence of Riyad Mahrez as one of the Premier League’s players of the season has received a lot of attention this year. The Algerian winger took part in the 2014 World Cup, where his national team did…

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1925: The Offside Rule Change That Re-Invented The Game
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1925: The Offside Rule Change That Re-Invented The Game

One of the key moments that defined the way football is now played was the 1925 offside rule change. It did nothing more than reduce the number of the defending players needed for a play to continue from…

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Top Eleven Snow Football Moments
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Top Eleven Snow Football Moments

Football fans across the globe are enjoying an eventful holiday season, with their heroes putting on gloves and long-sleeved shirts in order to stay warm and give their best in January. Sometimes, habits such as these aren’t enough to…

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Top Eleven’s Social Media Yearly Review – 2015
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Top Eleven’s Social Media Yearly Review – 2015

Hello YOU fantastic Top Eleven Managers! A lot of things happened on our Social Media channels in 2015 and we want to remind you of the great things you helped Top Eleven achieve. Check our yearly review and…

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2015 Top Eleven… and 39 more
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2015 Top Eleven… and 39 more

2015 has run its course and what a fabulous year of football it has been. It will be a year Australian and Chilean fans will cherish, as both national teams managed to win their respective continental championships for…

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The Great Manager Merry-Go-Round of 2015
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The Great Manager Merry-Go-Round of 2015

The end of the year is almost upon us, and with it comes one of the most tantalizing times in international football – the transfer market. And while Robert Lewandowski and Jamie Vardy may have snap, crackle and…

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Ronaldo – Bale – Benitez: Can They Make It Work?
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Ronaldo – Bale – Benitez: Can They Make It Work?

Saying that playing or managing in Real Madrid is one of the biggest challenges in the world is putting things mildly. You’ve got the attentive eye of the media on your back at every turn you make, you…

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The Rise of the Devil: Belgium as FIFA No.1
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The Rise of the Devil: Belgium as FIFA No.1

A glance at the top of FIFA rankings this month gives us an unusual sight: the world’s best national team over the past four years is – Belgium. For the first time ever, that small European country managed…

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A 30-team League – Legacy Argentina Style
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A 30-team League – Legacy Argentina Style

As Boca Juniors crowned a dominant domestic season with their 31st national title on Sunday night, one of the most peculiar football competitions ever slowly moved towards its end. The Argentine Primera Division, for a long time strongest…

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The curse of third place: The Dutch follow tradition
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The curse of third place: The Dutch follow tradition

The Netherlands failed to qualify for Euro 2016 after suffering a 3:2 defeat in Amsterdam to the Czech Republic. The ‘Oranje’ will miss out on the European championship for the first time since 1984. They are the latest…

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