The Greatest Teams in Football History - Week Two: Bayern Munich (1967-1976)

The Greatest Teams in Football History - Week Two: Bayern Munich (1967-1976)

This is the second in a series of articles, released weekly, counting down the 10 greatest teams in the history of football. The teams were selected based on the trophies they won, the cultures they created, and the effect they had on the game of football.

Throughout the first half of the 20th century and into the late ‘60s, Bayern Munich were the Fredo Corleone of German football. The team that would go on to dominate Europe as a bastion of German efficiency, refinement, and strength was not even able to compete in the Bundesliga’s inaugural season of 1963. 

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Sunderland 'Til I Die: A Show Worth Shouting About

Sunderland 'Til I Die: A Show Worth Shouting About

Emotion and entertainment cross paths on rarer occasion that the promoted content on Twitter, Youtube, and Netflix lead us to believe.

How often do shows make us empathize with what we are watching? The days of shouting at the TV screen are over. Instead, we set our undead gaze on our phones and laptops. As the screens shrink, so does our investment in digital entertainment.

Sunderland ‘Til I Die, however, is worth shouting about.

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Premier League Predictions: Matchday 23

Premier League Predictions: Matchday 23

Chelsea will take the bus across London to face Arsenal at the Emirates this Saturday in the marquee matchup of the weekend. Chelsea enters the match as favorites having extended their 4th place cushion above 5th place Arsenal to 6 points following a 2-1 win against Newcastle. Also, the Blues are coming off of their first week without a midweek game since November.

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Why Signing Higuaín Reflects a Changing Chelsea and Why the Argentine's Performance Will Determine the Club's Season

Why Signing Higuaín Reflects a Changing Chelsea and Why the Argentine's Performance Will Determine the Club's Season

As I type these words out on my laptop, Chelsea are in the final stages of negotiations with Juventus over the loan deal that will send Gonzalo Higuaín, “El Pipita” to Stamford Bridge for the remainder of the season.

Both Dominic Fifield of the Guardian and Matt Law of The Telegraph have written on the specifics of the deal that will see the Argentinian forward move from his current loan at AC Milan to Chelsea. Chelsea will have Higuaín on a 6-month loan with the option to make the deal permanent if certain goal incentives are met by the player. Also, reports speculate that Chelsea will have an option to extend the player’s loan for the entirety of the 2019/2020 season.

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