• I’m all for a change in the NBA playoff format, but is it realistic?
  • Manchester City gets ruined twice in one week…on Twitter
  • Predicting Serbia’s Squad for the 2018 World Cup
  • 2018 College Football Playoff National Championship Game: Breakdowns, Storylines and Predictions
  • Alexis Sanchez is on his way out, but where will his next stop be?

Manchester City gets ruined twice in one week…on Twitter

  Look, the EPL season is pretty much over with Manchester City 16 points ahead of second place and hated rival Manchester United. City is now focusing on achieving something in the Champions League where they have struggled for a while now. On Valentine’s Day, the City PR team decided to post the tweet below in the hopes of getting fans involved with a nice little Valentine’s Day poem. And,…

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Predicting Serbia’s Squad for the 2018 World Cup

  Vladimir Stojkovic (Partizan Belgrade), Predrag Rajkovic (Maccabi Tel-Aviv), Marko Dmitrovic (Eibar) Baring major injury, Stojkovic will be Serbia’s number one keeper, as he has been for the last nine years or so. Rajkovic and Dmitrovic are solid back-ups, but do not expect them to play much, if at all; Mile Svilar just misses out on making the team.       Branislav Ivanovic (Zenit), Aleksandar Kolarov (Roma), Dusko Tosic…

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2018 College Football Playoff National Championship Game: Breakdowns, Storylines and Predictions

  ATLANTA — Four years into the new College Football Playoff (CFP) system that has graced the wonderful game of NCAA football and the Alabama Crimson Tide are making their third appearance in the Championship game in as many years. Say what you want about the Crimson Tide, they are one scary team, simply based on their depth and quality of player. On the evening of Monday, January 8th, the…

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2018 World Cup Playoff: A World Cup without Italy?

Eight teams left. Four spots open. One goal to achieve. By November 14th we will know who the last four European teams are when it comes to the 2018 World Cup.     Switzerland will be in tough versus a very pesky and defensively organized Northern Ireland side. Croatia with their extremely offensive side will look to finish off Greece in the first of the two legs. Denmark and Republic…

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2017-2018 NBA Preview: The year of the Timberwolves?

  As we start the new NBA season, Golden State is still the team to beat in many people’s eyes. Cleveland is still the best team in the east, although Boston is gaining ground on them fast. The west continues to get better with Houston obtaining Chris Paul and Oklahoma City acquiring Carmelo Anthony and Paul George in the off-season. San Antonio has not done much this past summer, but…

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Argentina and the Elephant in the room

  As Argentina keeps struggling to score in the qualifiers, last night was the best showcase as to why Argentina are having issues:  The obsession with optimizing Messi and not the others.     Last night vs Peru, Argentina failed to score, with a few chances wasted.  Messi was dispossessed a staggering 14 times.  Him losing possession has become a regular occurrence, and it is making his defenders/fans blame it…

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Red Star Belgrade: the dream that can continue on past the group stage

  December 19th 2007, the last time Red Star Belgrade played in European competition. On that night, the Serbian club lost to Portuguese side Braga by a score of 2-0. Since then, it has been utter disappointment, mostly losing in the early stages of either Champions League or Europa League qualifying.       Fast forward to September 14th 2017, the boys are back in European competition with an impressive,…

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