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Welcome Back — Meet The Three Promoted Teams In The Premier League For 2022-23 Season

England’s Championship division is one of the most intense seasons in Europe. The 46 games played, just in the league itself, give players more opportunities to perform well but also for a team’s season to come crashing down. While there are more games, every game means just as much in the Championship, if not more, as the teams compete for the right to move up to the Premier League.

20 Years Ago, Ronaldo Shook The Planet With The Most Horrific And Iconic World Cup Haircut Of All Time

20 years ago today, on June 30, 2002, Brazil won the last of its five World Cup titles. La Canarinha defeated Germany 2-0 in the final thanks to an unstoppable Ronaldo. O Fenõmeno scored a brace against Oliver Kahn and was stellar during the entire tournament. However, what is the thing most people remember from the striker? Not his goals but his silly, stupid haircut. 

Top 10 Biggest Signings In MLS History: Gareth Bale Among Elite Names To Come To U.S.

The soccer world was rocked on Saturday when it was announced that Gareth Bale was leaving Real Madrid on a free transfer to LAFC. The move is undoubtedly one of the biggest MLS signings of all time, but where does it rank on the list?

La Lista Con Todos Los Ganadores Del Balón De Oro Mexicano En La Historia

Voz de mando, atajadas sublimes y un par de milagros fundamentales para un histórico bicampeonato del Atlas fueron los argumentos esgrimidos por la Liga MX para darle al arquero colombiano, Camilo Vargas, el premio Balón de Oro del fútbol mexicano en la temporada 2021-22.

Remembering One Of The GOATs On His 50th Birthday

Zinedine Yazid Zidane is one of soccer’s greatest players, ever.

The French midfielder has a trophy cabinet, both as a player and manager, superior to most. 

As a player, “Zizou” won multiple league titles in both Italy with Juventus and Spain with Real Madrid, including a UEFA Champions League with Los Blancos where he scored arguably one of the greatest goals ever. 

The Socceroos Are In The World Cup: A Look Back At Their Best Ever Goal

Welcome to the party, Australia. Thanks to some world class shithousery, the Socceroos qualified for the 2022 World Cup with victory over Peru. They’ll certainly be the underdogs in a Group D that contains defending champions France, Euro 2020 darlings Denmark and red-hot Tunisia, but the World Cup is always full of surprises. 

Remembering USMNT Victory Over Mexico In The 2002 WC: The Most Famous Dos A Cero Turns 20

It is one of the sweetest victories in USMNT history and one of the most painful for El Tri. Today, June 17, the most celebrated Dos a Cero victory of the United States over Mexico turns 20 years old.

The game for the round of 16 at the 2002 World Cup was the first and only time both national teams have faced each other on soccer's biggest stage. And since then, the scoreboard has become the favorite rallying cry among the U.S. fans against Mexico. 

Today Marks 16 Years Since Messi's World Cup Debut Brought Maradona To Tears

When Lionel Messi hopped off the bench in the 75th minute of Argentina's 6-0 beatdown of Serbia and Montenegro to make his World Cup debut in 2006, it wasn't as if the world stopped as one to be witness to The Child ordained for greatness.

If anything, the global reaction outside of Argentina and Spain would probably be more adequately captured as "This guy? He's the future of football? He's got nothing on Ryan Babel." 

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