Sunday, September 22, 2019

FIFA Women’s World Cup: Meet The Group B Teams

We continue our preview of the FIFA Women's World Cup with a look at the group B teams featuring powerhouses such as Germany and China, as well as Spain and South Africa. GERMANY Germany last won the World Cup in 2007. Since then, they failed to get past the Quarter final on home soil in 2011 and lost in the semi-final...

FIFA Women’s World Cup: Meet The Group A Teams

As part of the preview of the FIFA Women's World Cup which begins in six days, we are looking at each team featuring at the mundial, group by group. To kick things off, here is Group A FRANCE The French haven’t always been counted amongst the elite group in women’s soccer. They only made a World Cup debut five years after...

FIFA Women’s World Cup: The Top 8 Jerseys At The World Cup

  Jerseys are undoubtedly a huge part of football fan culture, and watching your team while they play in resplendent kits is a real joy for any lover of the game. Fans of these countries at the 2019 Women's World Cup are in for a treat.   AUSTRALIA The Matildas will be draped in a Nike kit that screams nostalgia. The kit was...

FIFA Women’s World Cup: The Best Number 9’s At The World Cup

Football can be a very emotional sport. When you play or indeed watch the sport, the memories of these emotions can last a lifetime. We remember the last-ditch tackle, clearance or save that rescued the game, the eye-catching dribble, but most of all the goal. Boy, do we love goals. No other emotion can rival seeing the ball in the...

The UEFA Champions League Round Of 16 Preview: Time For New Winners?

  “Who does Messi play for” “Barcelona” “So they are the favourites for the Champions League”   Guardiola’s response to a reporter after he was asked if his team were now front-runners for the UEFA Champions League trophy following their record-shattering 18th consecutive league victory even though was probably intended to take the pressure off his immensely talented squad who have not only taken...

The 352 Annual Review Magazine: 2017 #352Mag

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2017 was an exciting year for football and quite a lot happened. Picking up the best stories to review for you in our magazine was a Herculean task but trust us at the 352 headquarters to serve the best stories for the year 2017. For the first time in well over a decade, three seasons wonder, Harry Kane broke the...

Phillipe Coutinho: A Quality Player And Why Barcelona Need Him

  It's done and it's not surprising. A Brazilian has angled for a move to his dream club and has gotten it. Then, you check the month of the year and the teams in the latter stages of the UEFA Champions league that includes Liverpool and Barcelona and you begin to rationalize why a €160m move is made in the...

Is Manchester City Pep Guardiola’s Most Important Job Yet?

Pep Guardiola is Pep Guardiola. He needs no introduction, not even to the most passive football fan. The Catalan legend has paid his dues as a Barcelona player and as one of the most decorated managers in modern day football. As with every success story anyway, there are critics who believe his successes as a manager have been overrated...

Under Focus: Do Manchester United Have A Defensive Problem?

It’s crazy to think, isn’t it? The team with literally the best defensive record having a problem at the back? Manchester United have conceded the joint fewest goals so far (11, level with Manchester City) and have kept the most clean sheets in the league this season(and scored the second more than most "attacking sides"), but a deeper look...

Manchester City vs Tottenham Preview: Can Spurs Stop The City Train?

High-flying Manchester City host Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday late kick-off on what guarantees to be an entertaining encounter. Manchester City secured a record breaking 15th successive Premier League win in midweek and have dropped just two points all season, which leaves them on 49 points in 1st place 11 points ahead of Manchester United in 2nd. Pep Guardiola is without...
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