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Pedro is no longer a Barça player. The player that no one expected to amount to much leaves Barça as a legend. The player from the Canary Islands that exceeded everyone’s expectations. Not many were aware of Pedro back in the summer of 2008. Pep Guardiola was in charge of the first team and had called up Barça B players to be part of the summer preseason and although Busquets turned out to be the revelation from La Masia, Pedro […]

Posted by Ibrahim Ayyub On Aug - 21 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

The New York Red Bulls started a developmental squad against defending Premier League champions Chelsea CF Wednesday night in their International Champions Cup match at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ. It didn’t matter, as four second half goals gave the hosts a 4-2 victory over the champs. The pro-Chelsea crowd didn’t care who started for New York. They weren’t there to support the MLS side. They came to cheer on their champions, players such as John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Jul - 26 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  With Vicente del Bosque set to step down from the Spanish national team after Euro 2016, the choice of his successor is still up in the air. Today, Spain and Holland renewed acquaintances for the first time since the 5-1 drubbing the Oranje gave La Roja in Brazil during their opening World Cup match. Many thought that Vicente del Bosque would step down after that disappointing World Cup where the defending champions exited without qualifying from the group stage. […]

Posted by Ibrahim Ayyub On Mar - 31 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  This week looking at Spaniards abroad, it was challenging finding a Spanish player this time who stood out among his peers. David Silva has been in excellent form for Manchester City recently. Manchester City traveled to London Saturday to take on the League leaders, Chelsea. The defending champions have been finding life difficult at the moment with Yaya Toure playing in the Africa Cup. The last few weeks City has been dropping points where they would usually win all […]

Posted by Giovani Franco On Feb - 6 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

He looked a pale shadow of his former self, unhappy, out of form and devoid of hunger. That is just some of the ways in which you could describe Fernando Torres’ career since his £50 million move from Liverpool to Chelsea. Even when he finally departed Stamford Bridge to join Milan, he didn’t look like a man who really wanted to be in Italy. Torres scored a total of 21 goals between his time at Chelsea and Milan, but more […]

Posted by Jamie Currie On Feb - 2 - 2015 1 Comment READ FULL POST

La Liga has found itself in another ridiculous situation when it comes to players’ lack of self-control and the league’s failure to properly discipline them. If the league wants to set an example by punishing players, then they need to wake up and revamp its disciplinary committee. January saw the return of La Liga football after the winter break and we already have seen some players commit terrible acts on the pitch that are worthy of a lengthy ban. Yet, […]

Posted by Ibrahim Ayyub On Feb - 1 - 2015 Add Comments READ FULL POST

It’s no secret that the current FC Barcelona board is not highly popular among the FC Barcelona fans at this moment. Out of all the directors and members of this administration, Zubizarreta stands out as one of the most disliked figureheads at this club. Zubizaretta’s tenure as Sporting Director at this club will go down as one who has been ridiculed on social media for his inept handling of his position. The thought he will remain with this club till […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Dec - 9 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

  A week ago, there was panic in Barcelona over the comments made by Messi and his father about his future with Barça. A week later, we are celebrating Messi becoming the all-time goal scorer in Spanish league history and UEFA Champions League history. It has been all smiles for Messi but the question remains; will there be an inevitable divorce between Barça and Messi? History has shown that it is likely. First of all off, congratulations to Messi on […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Nov - 26 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

      So much has changed in terms of the average lifestyle in recent years, and especially since the turn of the new millennium. Some aspects of the modern world seem so everyday to us now, but only 15 or so years ago, these same activities and abilities would have seemed light-years away, and some mere impossibilities.     A different world In terms of the web, we can now order anything from around the world, watch anything we […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Oct - 6 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

With only a handful of matches with the Spanish national team, is it time for Vicente Del Bosque to end the Diego Costa experiment? There clearly is a clash of styles and one has to wonder if Costa’ presence is a hindrance on the team as they plan on getting over their recent World Cup fiasco. Diego Costa is a dangerous forward that many teams would be lucky to have. He commands the attention of opposing team defenders and is […]

Posted by Forza Futbol On Sep - 11 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST
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