The Eredivisie as an exporter
Bundesliga / Eredevisie / Football / Opinion

The Eredivisie as an exporter

This post was published on Soccer Souls: This year has seen the Eredivisie attract even more attention from abroad in relation to potential signings. Wilfried Bony, Dries Mertens, Christian Eriksen and Kevin Strootman are all likely to fly the nest to join bigger clubs, a trend becoming increasingly prevalent in the Netherlands. Given the fact … Continue reading

Bundesliga / Football / La Liga

Is the Bundesliga joining England and Spain in having a two-horse race?

This post was published on Soccer Souls: One of the largest gripes from critics of the modern game, particularly in Spain and Britain, is that the leagues are contested between the same teams annually, with United or City, Barcelona or Madrid, and previously Celtic and Rangers being the forerunners in the quest for the title. … Continue reading

Bundesliga / Champions League / Football / Match Analysis

The Race For Europe Heats Up – A Crucial Weekend In Germany

This post was published on Soccer Souls: In a trend that is becoming increasingly popular across the European leagues, Bayern Munich last week reclaimed the Bundesliga in a record twenty eight matches, making them the first of a potential group of teams to clinch the title in April, alongside Celtic, Barcelona and Manchester United. To … Continue reading

Bundesliga / Champions League / Football / La Liga

What can Málaga and Dortmund bring to the table?

This post was published on SoccerSouls. I, as I have done for every one previous to this, had an “ideal draw” in mind before the Quarter-Final draw of this season’s Champions League. What made this year different from every other, however, was that both were almost exactly alike. With the exception of Real Madrid v … Continue reading