Category Archives: Europa League

El Milagro en Merseyside

En mi primer blog post, hablé de la temporada milagrosa de Leicester City, destacando el golazo de Jaime Vardy contra Liverpool como un momento que representa la magia del equipo y del fútbol. En ese día, Liverpool simplemente fue un actor secundario en el cuento de Leicester, un papel recurrente para ellos en los últimos… Read More »

[Europa League] The amazing comeback of Liverpool

Gooooooooaaaalllllllll!!! Liverpool scored at the 90 +1 minute as Milner crossed the ball from the right wing to the far post headed in by Dejan Lovren. This goal has led Liverpool to the semi-final of the Europa League. The king of comeback has done it again! Both Liverpool and Dortmund has scored 1 goal in the first quarterfinal… Read More »

What If? An Exploration of Kobe Bryant’s Soccer Roots

    Despite a lackluster 17-65 farewell season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Kobe Bryant capped off a stunning NBA career with authority on Wednesday April 14th. In front of a sold-out Staple Center crowd against the Utah Jazz, the Black Mamba ended the 1,346th and final game of his 20 year career (1) with 60 points… Read More »

What is the Klopp Effect?

This past October, Liverpool Football Club fired manager Brendan Rodgers after a roller coaster 4+ years in charge of the club, which saw the club come as close to winning a Premier League title as Liverpool has ever been in 2014, only to crash out of the Champions League in the group stage and endure… Read More »

Marcus Rashford: Manchester United’s Young New Hero

After being knocked out of the Champions’ League Group Stage, Manchester United was 2-1 down after the first leg against FC Midtjylland and in danger of humiliatingly getting knocked out of the first round of the knockout stage of the Europa League. Going into the second leg at home on February 25, 2016, United immediately… Read More »