Good to be back.
How about that?
But there’s a catch.
Can it be done?
It wasn’t an easy day at the office for Tottenham, but it sure was satisfying.
Tuesday was memorable for Harry Kane and Cristiano Ronaldo. That was just the beginning.
Borussia Dortmund ended their odd, at times frustrating season with a DFB-Pokal victory on Saturday afternoon. But once again, uncertainty looms. What now?
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.
Many fans yearn for parity, or at least a somewhat competitive league year after year. For fans of German football, parity has arrived in the Bundesliga.
Ultimately, Jürgen Klopp and his Liverpool side had a disappointing campaign. Despite two cup finals, they won nothing. There’s no Europe. So, now what?
Remember in 2013 when Spanish football died? Well, we’re this close to an All-Spanish Europe. What else has happened since the BVB-Bayern final?
Who moves on to the semi-finals? Shakhtar, Braga; Sevilla, Bilbao; Liverpool, Dortmund; Prague, Villarreal—each tie remains relatively wide open.
It’s the matchup many have been waiting for and others are sick of hearing about. It’s Dortmund versus Klopp’s Liverpool in the Europa League quarterfinals.
There are a few final-worthy ties in the Europa League Round of 16, as well as domestic intrigue. Who will have a leg up after Thursday?
As the Bundesliga begins their winter break, we check out the clubs that have surprised us.
Despite their tumultuous start, Augsburg appears to have found their way again.
With the UCL out of the way this week, we turn to Europa, where there’s still plenty to fight for.
Two years ago, Dortmund let Lewandowski walk for free. Little did they know, they had his replacement all along.