Author Archives: Farjad Iftekhar

Why Ferguson is Wrong about Zidane and Ronaldo

Not so long ago, Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson claimed that his former player Cristiano Ronaldo is better than legendary Zinedine Zidane. A statement that is quite wrong and baffling to come up with as Ronaldo still has time left … Continue reading

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2 Errors, 2 Goals and 2 Points Dropped by Liverpool Yet Again

Manchester united go 9 points clear as City fail to win against Liverpool. Fair to say, the reds deserved to win but yet again the errors lead to conceding goals and eventually losing precious points in chase of the final … Continue reading

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Barca See Off Malaga in an Exciting Contest

Barca finally see off Malaga to set up a classic semifinal clash with rivals Real Madrid. The second leg was an exciting contest. Going into the game, Barcelona knew they had to score having conceded 2 goals at Camp Nou.

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Rampant Liverpool Go Level With Arsenal

Liverpool annihilated Norwich City 5-0 to go level with Arsenal, however the Londoners have two games in hand. The Reds were rampant against the Canaries as the visitors had no answer whatsoever to Liverpool’s brilliant passing. Adding to that their … Continue reading

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Lack of Attacking Intent Cost Liverpool

Manchester united completed their first double over rivals Liverpool since 2007-2008 season beating the merseysiders 2-1 at Old Trafford. The reds only have themselves to blame for lack of attacking intent as they only started piling pressure on United in … Continue reading

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Torres – Walking Alone Since January 2011

Few years back, Fernando Torres was regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, now the Spanish international is no more than a fallen star. Having left Liverpool in January 2011, it seems that Torres has walked alone … Continue reading

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Poor Liverpool Suffer Yet Another Setback

Over the past few years, Liverpool have failed to find any consistency in the league, having suffered setbacks throughout the campaigns. The story is no different under Rodgers as well. Stoke continued their fantastic home form as poor Liverpool had … Continue reading

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Why Milan Will Not Sell El Shaarawy Despite Arsenal Interest

With the departure of Rossoneri’s two main strikers Ibrahimovic and Cassano, El Shaarawy is now the main man. The youngster has been the key to AC Milan’s revival in the league and currently tops the goal scoring charts this season … Continue reading

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What Now For Wesley Sneijder

Few seasons back Wesley Sneijder was widely regarded as one of the best attacking midfielders in the world. The Dutch maestro now finds himself in a complex scenario at Inter Milan. Manager Andrea Stramaccioni believes that he has got numerous … Continue reading

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Henry Return – Right Option But Not Enough

Arsenal  are in miserable form, lie 10th in the premier league and above all they have been directionless. Surely they need a lift and as it seems, once again the eyes are set on the return of Thierry Henry to … Continue reading

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