Gareth Bale and His Seven Complex Years in Madrid
Gareth Bale joined Real Madrid in 2013 as the heir to Ronaldo's throne, but despite a multitude of domestic and European silverware won in Madrid, he leaves as an outcast. What happened to tarnish such a successful legacy and can he hit the same heights in North London?
Éver Banega: A Man of Endless Possibilities
From the promising young midfielder who came through at Boca Juniors, to the disappointing stays at Valencia and Inter, Éver Banega is an undeniably complex figure. But Friday's Europa League final promises to be the 32 year-old's final shot at European redemption before his big money move to Saudi Arabia
Julian Nagelsmann: The Accidental Coach that’s Changing the Game Across Europe
From a maiden European campaign for Hoffenheim, to taking RB Leipzig to their first Champions League semi-final, Julian Nagelsmann has found success wherever he has gone in his young managerial career. But it's his empathetic approach to his players that's causing many to tout him as the future of the game
Marcelo Bielsa: The Journey to Elland Road and the Prospect of ‘Bielsa Burnout’ in Leeds’ Top Flight Return
Marcelo Bielsa and Leeds United are finally in the Premier League, but just how did one of football’s most lauded managers end up at Elland Road and can Leeds realistically challenge for a top half finish?