Friday, November 27, 2020

Football GOATS: Spain 2008-2012

For decades, the nation of Spain craved international success. From a club perspective, the Spanish have dominated football for nearly 70 years. Following the groundbreaking inception of the European Cup in the 1955/56 season, Spain's Real Madrid won the first five of UEFA's biggest club competition. Spain's dominance in...

Football GOAT: Manchester United (1998/99)

This time of the season twenty years ago fans of Manchester United would have been getting very excited about...

Football GOAT: Barcelona (2008/09)

For many, 2008 was a year of financial uncertainty, worry and global instability - but for FC Barcelona, it...

Football GOAT: Sergio Aguero

“It’s finished at Sunderland, Manchester United have done all they can, that Rooney goal was enough for the three points... Manchester City are still alive...

Football GOAT’s: Paul Scholes (Man Utd)

Paul Scholes is not only the greatest Manchester United player of all time, he’s also the most talented English midfielder in the history of...

Football GOAT’s: Frank Lampard (Chelsea)

“I’m telling you now, he will go right to the very top. Right to the very top. ‘Cos he’s got everything that is needed...

Football GOAT’s: Thierry Henry (Arsenal F.C)

“When he scored his first Arsenal goal — at Southampton — I ran over to him and told him how glad I was that...

Lazy GOAT: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United)

In today's edition of Lazy GOAT, we're focusing on Newcastle United. As a Geordie myself, it wasn't hard for me to make my decision...

Football GOAT: Jimmy Greaves (Spurs)

The latest edition of Lazy Fan's GOAT series, in which various Lazy Fan writers are bringing to you those who they feel are the...

Football GOAT’s: Bobby Moore (West Ham United)

"Bobby Moore — he defended like a lord. Let me tell you about this man. He would watch the ball, he would ignore my eyes and my movement and then, when he was ready and his balance was right, he would take the ball, always hard, always fair. He was...

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