Posts tagged Champions League
Are Lyon Women the best women’s football team ever assembled, and is it good for the game?

Champions League success is almost synonymous with Real Madrid, four wins in the past five seasons. Do you know who else has done that sort of thing in the same period, Lyon. The Women’s French Ligue 1 champions are redefining the word, dominance.

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If Juventus lose the Champions League, is their season a failure?

Juve haven’t won the UEFA Champions League trophy in close to 23 years now. Even as they've been perennial champions in Italy and are waiting an eighth consecutive Serie A title, it may not mean much without a UCL title triumph . But with Cristiano Ronaldo, anything seems possible.

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FT Hidden Gems Series: Despite AC Milan's troubles, will Franck Kessie succeed in Italy?

Meet the Ivorian, Franck Kessie. The 21-year old’s life at AC Milan has been far from ideal, but can he still make a major breakthrough in the Serie A and follow the footsteps of the likes of Kwado Asamoah of Ghana?

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FT English Premier League Preview: Can Salah replicate his form from last season?

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrates scoring the first goal with Roberto Firmino during the Quarter Final Second Leg match between Manchester City and Liverpool at Etihad Stadium on April 10, 2018 in Manchester, England.

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Impact of Football on Fans

This article takes a look at the emotions evoked by the sport to the fans who watch the UEFA Champions League tournament. It gives example of different scenarios that teams find themselves in and how that impacts their audience.

 

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