Category Archives: Serie A

¿Es justo el Balón de Oro?

Antes de entrar en detalle sobre tema título del artículo, explicaré brevemente qué es el Balón de Oro y cómo surgió, como una pequeña introducción para aquellos fanáticos “light” del futbol o que son nuevos en estos temas. El Balón de Oro es un premio que fue creado en el año 1956 por la revista… Read More »

Analizando el “Partido Cero” – un catalizador para el disminuye de COVID-19

Fue como un partido normal para Kike Mateu, un colaborador popular para el programa de televisión El Chiringuito de Jugones. Tuvo un vuelo desde Valencia hacia Pisa, alquiló un coche y manejó a Milán para el partido de Valencia y Atalanta para la Liga de Campeones en el 19 de febrero. Después de la derrota… Read More »

COVID-19 and the Future of Football

By now, most people understand that we are in the midst of a global pandemic the likes of which we have not seen in many years. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is the highly infectious virus that causes the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) that many people are now becoming familiar with. While I… Read More »

Behind the Scenes of a Soccer Powerhouse with Netflix’s First Team: Juventus

This past February, Netflix released the documentary First Team: Juventus, chronicling the Italian side’s journey through the 2017-2018 season. In the process, Netflix seeks to capture the team’s ethos, history, and the lives of individual players. As the first Netflix series about association soccer, First Team represents the sport’s steadily increasing popularity and influence. Source: Netflix… Read More »

Juventus contro Sassuolo

La domenica passata, la Juventus ha giocato contro il Sassuolo, e normalmente non mi importa con chi gioca la Juventus perché sono quasi sempre sicuro che Juventus vincerà.  Questa volta non era differente nel senso che ho pensato che la Juventus potrebbe perdere, pero ho avuto un momento di dubbio nella mia supporta per la… Read More »

Square+R2, or Look at His Dab.

Adolfo Dybala always wanted his children to become professional football players. Two older brothers could not make their father’s dream come true, so Adolfo decided to invest all possible resources into his youngest son, Paulo. Both of them had to drive 35 miles from their hometown, Laguna Larga, to Cordoba everyday. Laguna Larga was such a small… 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 on 50… Read More »


  “€100 million for Pogba”,”The most expensive transfer in the history of football is just around the corner”, “Zidane needs Pogba in Real Madrid”… There have been a lot of rumors about Pogba’s future, as he is certainly the most discussed figure on the transfer market. I hope and pray that he decides to stay… Read More »

Di Francesco vs. Montella. Who will be Milan’s coach next season?

It is still unknown whether AC Milan will have a new coach next year. For the last couple of weeks, Italian journalists argued that Sinisa Mihajlovic’s fate in Milanello is sealed. If this is indeed true, there are two coaches that could help Milan regain its former greatness. Eusebio Di Francesco Di Francesco has necessary qualities to successfully… Read More »