The Good, The Old And The Young (of Latin American Football)

Posted by on Aug 29, 2018 in Blog |

Football is the king of sports, and in every continent, there are influential players who shape the way in which our beloved sport is played. The tricks, the technique, the goals, the players, everybody talks about them, men celebrate their victories, women dream about them and kids want to be like those stars. Here’s what we think the pantheon of Latin American players should look like.

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Never Miss a Game! Best Football Stream Sites

Posted by on Aug 26, 2018 in Blog |

Sometimes we wait weeks and weeks for that match we’ve been looking forward to, the revenge for last season’s match, that new player debuting with certain teams for the first time, the league’s finale, or just that 4th division match that isn’t broadcasted on the telly.  As we’re here for you, we have gathered a short list with the best football stream sites (both paid and free) so you don’t ever miss that important match.

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Lionel Messi And The Sociology Behind The Sport

Posted by on Aug 24, 2018 in Blog |

There’s no doubt that the most popular sport in the world changes the way we live our lives.  It matters little if you’re a fan or not, it doesn’t matter if you go to the matches or not and it’s even less important if you understand the sport at all.  We need to understand that football goes further than being just “a game” and, in fact, our modern culture is shaped by football in ways we can’t even realize.

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5 Best Italian Football Players of All Times

Posted by on Aug 21, 2018 in Blog |

Italy is known for a lot of things, like pizza and pastas, gelato, its ancient history of conquest, determination, and its avid explorers who shaped the world and discovered its beauty. But one thing we shouldn’t forget is its amazing football history. Here we present what we think are the top 5 best Italian football players of all times.

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Football curiosities: The Story of The Yellow Card

Posted by on Aug 6, 2018 in Blog |

Chile vs Italy’s match in 1962, also known as “The Battle of Santiago”, is considered the nastiest match ever and it was refereed by Ken Aston.  Chile and Italy collided on the second group, and they clashed on the second date, by then, an Italian paper had made a note (a rough one, actually) putting down Chile as a country, on the Bologna’s newspaper “Il Resto del Carlino”.

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