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Below you will find super interesting articles about soccer players and managers who have impacted our great game. We have not just covered the best players globally, just like you would find on other soccer websites. Instead, we have shared untold stories about talented people who have made football so interesting.

Roberto Baggio Former Italian Soccer Star

Roberto Baggio: The Rise and Fall

Few players divided opinions quite like Roberto Baggio. He was beloved by some, hated by others. Unquestionably talented, yet rarely utilized to his full potential. Baggio was one of the best forwards in soccer to set foot on a pitch, …

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Thomas Muller Bayern Munich Soccer Center Forward

Let Thomas Müller Be Müller

Only two years ago, it looked like Thomas Müller was in for a tough season. But when Hansi Flick took over as head coach at FC Bayern, the 30-year-old staged an incredible comeback to become one of the most valuable …

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Paul Gascoigne Playing For England

The Polarizing Paul Gascoigne

Once you reach the dizzying heights of nationwide fame, the only way is down more often than not. Paul Gascoigne had the world at his feet during the 1990s, but escapades off the pitch always overshadowed what this generational talent …

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Fernando Redondo - Argentina and Real Madrid Soccer Player

Fernando Redondo: That Backheel At Old Trafford

Champions League games are often defined by nights of individual brilliance. This was the case when an out-of-form Real Madrid traveled to Old Trafford to face Sir Alex Ferguson’s treble-winning Manchester United in 2000. The game itself was a spectacle, …

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Colombia Soccer Player Andres Escobar

Andrés Escobar: When Greatness and Chaos Collide

“Our society believes that football killed Andrés. No, Andrés was a football player killed by society.” These were the words of Francisco Maturana, the illustrious Colombian manager. When asked years later about the murder of Andrés Escobar shortly after an …

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Harry Kane Spurs Center Forward

Harry Kane: The King of Boxing Day

The Christmas holidays are a rare opportunity to spend quality time with friends and family while giving and receiving gifts. For Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, Christmas seems to come twice in consecutive days. He indeed receives more than he …

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Diego Maradona Argentina World Cup Winner

Diego Maradona: Hand Of God

Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60. The news of his passing was met with a tremendous outpouring of grief and disbelief. The president of his native Argentina declared three days of mourning, illustrating just how much of …

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Teófilo Cubillas Peru Soccer Star

Teófilo Cubillas: Peru’s Very Own Pelé

Amid a Peruvian golden age, one player stood out above the rest. A player so talented, the great Pelé declared him the heir apparent to his throne. Teófilo Cubillas announced himself on the global stage at the 1970 World Cup, …

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Son Heung-min Korean Soccer Player

Son Heung-min: The Quiet Soccer Megastar

From cutting his teeth in the Bundesliga to reaching a consistently world-class level at Tottenham, Son Heung-min’s rise has been meteoric, but the South Korean star is not one to bask in the limelight. Surrounded by the Premier League’s glitz, …

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Marcelo Bielsa Soccer Manager

Marcelo Bielsa: The Most Influential Coach of the 21st Century

Managerial success is measured in silverware, but rarely do we consider the long-term influence of a coach on their players and peers. Marcelo Bielsa can’t boast a lavish trophy cabinet, but what he does enjoy is the acclaim of some …

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