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The Genius of El Guaje

The Genius of El Guaje

The modest mining village of Tuilla was just like any other in Spain when it came it football: dozens of kids out on the streets every single day. They’d be chasing a ball, and a dream to play for La Roja, from dusk till the time their mothers would drag them home. David Villa Sánchez was…

Unexpected Pragmatism

Unexpected Pragmatism

You’d think the team that broke 11 records last season — including the one for most goals, most wins, and being the first team ever to reach 100 points in the league — would just peak there and not think of getting any better the following year. That’s simply not how Josep Guardiola operates. He’s…

Pep Guardiola and The Butterfly Effect

Pep Guardiola and The Butterfly Effect

Pep Guardiola and the Butterfly Effect Football has evolved drastically over the decades, from the times of Gerd Muller back in the 1960’s where size and a good physique ruled and made you a better player, to now in the 2010’s where football is the most played sport in the world. The players got smaller…