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Tuchel Time

If the Borussia Dortmund manager is available, Arsenal needs to thank Arsène Wenger for his 21 years of service and hire Tuchel

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Four Ways to Soothe Your Hipster-Soccer Soul

Sure, Juventus-Barcelona and Bayern Munich–Real Madrid could easily be championship pairings in another year, but the must-watch matchup of the Champions League quarterfinals is Borussia Dortmund vs. Monaco

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Thiago or Nothing

He was supposed to be the next great Barcelona midfielder, and then he was supposed to be the center of Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich. Neither quite happened, but under Carlo Ancelotti, Thiago has become one of the best midfielders in the world.

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The Most Exciting Team in Spain Isn’t Barcelona or Real Madrid

With a fluid, fast, and fun style, Jorge Sampaoli has turned Sevilla into the must-watch team in La Liga. Oh, and they’re pretty good, too.

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The Two-Man Midfield Trio

Chelsea’s rise to the top of the Premier League has coincided with Antonio Conte’s decision to play a pair of midfielders instead of three. Normally, that would be a disaster — but not when you have Nemanja Matic and N’Golo Kanté.

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Nobody Can Stop Naby

Naby Keita and RB Leipzig have turned the Bundesliga upside down

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The Ordinary One

Despite a roster filled with expensive and impressive talent, Manchester United hasn’t been able to compete with the Premier League’s elite. Why? José Mourinho hasn’t changed.

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The Goalkeepers Who Don’t Need Their Hands

Pep Guardiola is revolutionizing the position — and he might win the Premier League in the process

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Arsenal Have an Arsène Wenger Problem

It’s about more than just the transfer window