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Case Study: Valencia 2-1 Real Madrid 4/1/2015

January 5, 2015
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Case Study: Valencia 2-1 Real Madrid 4/1/2015

Having already broken their club record, Real Madrid headed into their game at the Mestalla just two wins shy of Coritiba’s world record 24 game winning streak and as world  champions, having emerged victorious against Copa Libertadores winners San Lorenzo in Morocco. It was a tricky return from the winter break however: Valencia aren’t all…

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Case Study: Liverpool 4-1 Swansea 29/12/2014

January 3, 2015
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Case Study: Liverpool 4-1 Swansea 29/12/2014

After topping the league at Christmas last year, the suggestion that Liverpool would need a healthy win against Swansea to climb above them as they head into 2015 would have sounded ridiculous, highlighting just what a disastrous start to the season Liverpool have had. Still,…

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United stumble, City keep up the pressure

December 24, 2014
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United stumble, City keep up the pressure

The Premier League campaign is looking more exciting by the day. The pressure on leaders Chelsea comes primarily from holders Manchester City who have now won six league games in a row having netted three in the second half against Crystal Palace – and, to a lesser…

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LVG pulls out all the stops in Robben bid

December 12, 2014
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LVG pulls out all the stops in Robben bid

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is reportedly set to pull out all the stops in the hope of signing compatriot Arjen Robben in January, in a move that could have…

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The Benefits of Standing by Your Manager

December 5, 2014
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The Benefits of Standing by Your Manager

The prevailing attitude in football has, for a long time, been that if your club is struggling then the manager must be the one to go. Regardless of the resources…

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Sports sponsorship: what’s in it for small businesses?

November 12, 2014
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