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The Blog d’Or 2014 #19 – Daniel Sturridge

Thomas Stelzer January 23, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #20 – Javier Mascherano

Mark Houston January 22, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #21 – Ivan Rakitic

Nick Chernih January 20, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #22 – Arjen Robben

Jarrod Nelson January 20, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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The Blog d’Or 2014 #23 – Koke

Mark Houston January 19, 2015

The Ballon d’Or has caused some controversy in recent years with glaring omissions from shortlists and teams of the year, as well as some bizarre voting patterns and preferential treatment by coaches or players involved in the voting process. So, to try and bring some credibility back to football’s individual honours, we have created The… Continue Reading »

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Real Madrid 2-2 Atletico Madrid (agg: 2-4): Torres double stuns the Bernabeu

Inside Spanish Football January 16, 2015

A Fernando Torres double ensured that there was no route back for Real Madrid in tonight’s Copa Del Rey second leg affair, as Diego Simeone’s team ensured their place in the quarter final would not be taken from them, reports ISF’s Jamie Kemp. The first thing Carlo Ancelotti’s team had to do was make sure… Continue Reading »

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Ronaldo wins third Ballon d’Or

Inside Spanish Football January 13, 2015

Real Madrid and Portugual star Cristiano Ronaldo has added to his haul of personal accolades, winning the FIFA Ballon d’Or award for the third time, writes ISF’s Heath Chesters. 2008, 2013 and now 2014 are golden years for Cristiano Ronaldo, who scooped the Ballon d’Or award for his exceptional performances through the year with Real… Continue Reading »

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EPL Wrap Up: United pull off unlikely win

Julian Keith November 26, 2014

Manchester United got their first away victory of the season at Arsenal, Liverpool sunk to their third straight defeat and Newcastle made it five straight wins. Julian Keith has the Matchday 12 EPL wrap. Sometimes it really is better to be lucky than good and it proved the case as Manchester United pulled off a… Continue Reading »

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La Liga Wrap Up: Messi the greatest, Moyes’ debut, Valencia and Sevilla drop off the pace

Mark Houston November 25, 2014

It was the week where Valencia and Sevilla, this season’s surprise packets dropped slightly off the pace; Valencia losing a derby 2-1 to Levante, while Sevilla were humbled by Barcelona; and the top three all picked up wins ensuring a Real-Barca-Atleti top three. This weekend was all about Messi though, who overtook Telmo Zarra as… Continue Reading »

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La Liga Preview: Matchday 12

Nick Chernih November 22, 2014

We welcome back club competition after the international break, with the highlight of the round being the minnows Eibar hosting the mighty Real Madrid at the Ipurua, total capacity of 5,250 – a true David vs Goliath clash.  Barcelona host high flying Sevilla, with both sides hoping to break a spell of bad form and… Continue Reading »

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