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Ajax vs. CR7, Pep vs. Poch, Messi vs. His Legacy, and the Best Matchups of the Champions League Quarterfinals

April’s round of eight in Europe’s best club tournament promises high drama with the presence of familiar faces as well as some refreshing new ones

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Why the Most Important Attackers at the World Cup Are Defenders

Forget Neymar, Messi, and Ronaldo. England, Belgium, and France have all made the semifinals with offenses built around their center backs.

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The Offensive Defensive Tactic That Has Defined the World Cup

From Argentina and Germany to Spain and Senegal, Russia 2018 has been all about the press

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Why Have So Many Favorites Struggled at the World Cup?

Even if you have Lionel Messi, defending is a lot easier than attacking

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How a Former Banker Turned Napoli Into the Most Exciting Soccer Team in the World

Behind the guidance of Maurizio Sarri, Napoli have become Europe’s can’t-miss club. With eight wins in eight games, they might finally start winning some trophies, too.

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Liverpool’s Biggest Defensive Weakness Is Their Manager

Forget about signing Virgil Van Dijk from Southampton. After a 5-0 loss to Manchester City, fingers should be pointing at Klopp.