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From Yellow-Green to Yellow-Blue – The Naturalization of Shakhtar’s Taison

From Yellow-Green to Yellow-Blue – The Naturalization of Shakhtar’s Taison

By Mark Temnycky - Shakhtar Donetsk is a fascinating example of the globalization of football in the 2000s as the club in the last ten years ushered ...
Radnički Kragujevac – Working Class Football Meets Pelé

Radnički Kragujevac – Working Class Football Meets Pelé

By Miloš Marković - European tours were customary for the Brazilian giants Santos between 1957 and 1974, which is the club’s most successful period. ...
Discussion – The Pros and Cons of the 6+5 Rule in the Russian Premier League

Discussion – The Pros and Cons of the 6+5 Rule in the Russian Premier League

By Saul Pope, and Manuel Veth - The introduction of the so-called 6+5 rule in the Russian Premier League has been widely discussed in recent months. ...
Tavriya Simferopol – The Resurrection Continues

Tavriya Simferopol – The Resurrection Continues

While one Tavriya side recently began competing in the newly formed independent Crimean league, another club looks set for a revival – albeit not in i ...
Europa League Preview Part III – Qarabağ FK, and Partizan Belgrade

Europa League Preview Part III – Qarabağ FK, and Partizan Belgrade

By Andrew Flint, and Miloš Marković -Group J: Qarabağ FK (Azerbaijan) Qarabağ FK Stadium: Tofiq Bahramov Stadium (capacity 31,200) About the ...
Europa League Preview Part II – Dinamo Minsk, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, and Lokomotiv Moscow

Europa League Preview Part II – Dinamo Minsk, Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, and Lokomotiv Moscow

By Vadim Furmanov, and Manuel Veth -Group E: Dinamo Minsk (Belarus) Dinamo Minsk is only Belarus' second team to reach the group stage of Europea ...
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