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Trucks, Chickens And Three Dead Rams: Klopp’s Drunken 2011 Title Celebration Is The Stuff Of Legend

“I was really wasted.”

Those are the first words from Jürgen Klopp in Episode 3 of Inside Borussia Dortmund, Amazon Prime’s docuseries on the German club, which came out last week. 

It only got better from the current Liverpool coach.

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Serie A Gifts Us A Highlight Reel Of Maradona’s Best Napoli Moments

It’s been over four months since we first caught wind of the Diego Maradona documentary that debuted in select cinemas worldwide back in June. Unfortunately, since America can be quite trash in the ways of appreciating soccer, the film hasn't been available to watch stateside. That’s all going to change on October 1.

It’s Been Exactly 15 Years To The Day Since Zlatan Made The World Take Notice

As an American, it’s only natural that you’ll go through life encountering people that aren’t soccer fans. I’ve found — time after time — that the greatest bridge over that divide is Zlatan Ibrahimović. Introducing the big Swede’s personality to the uninitiated turns ambivalence into interest, and showing the Galaxy striker’s most famous goals turns interest into “holy shit, that’s incredible!” 

10 Rowdy Lads That Are Mixing It Up In The USL

The 2019 USL Championship (USLC) season marks the division’s third year as the second tier of American and Canadian soccer, and with 36 clubs vying for the USL Cup — including three that are averaging attendances of over 10,000 per match — the competition has never been bigger or better. 

Wesley Sneijder Announces Retirement, Bringing An End To Holland’s Golden Generation

Of the 14 players to appear for the Netherlands during the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final against Spain, only goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg (Everton), midfielders Nigel de Jong (Al-Shahania) and Eljero Elia (İstanbul Başakşehir) and defender Edson Braafheid (Austin Bold FC) remain in the game. 

Arsenal’s Hugely Anticipated Away Kit Has Finally Been Revealed

After releasing a beautiful home jersey back on July 1 — the first of a new five-year deal with adidas — Arsenal is back with its away offering for the 2019-20 season, and the rumors were true: It’s a reimagined version of the famous “bruised banana” design from the early 1990s.

Obviously it’s yellow, it’s got a shaded zig-zag pattern and a navy crew neck collar with navy adidas stripes.

History Of Mexico Women's National Team: Why Does It Lag Behind The USWNT?

The 2019 Gold Cup is in full motion and the group stages are wrapping up with the protagonists you would expect to make it to the next phase making it into the knockout stages. The tournament is Concacaf's premier regional tournament that comes every two years and almost always features the same two in the final: the United States and Mexico, with Mexico often coming out on top. That wasn’t the case in the last edition of the Copa Oro, with the U.S. taking home the cup, beating Jamaica 2-1 in the final. Jamaica definitely had an unexpected run to the final and Mexico disappointed.

Fernando Torres Is Retiring; Let’s Remember When He Was Unstoppable

Fernando Torres is retiring. 

El Niño began his pro career 18 years ago with Atlético Madrid and he was at one time the most-feared striker in the world while scoring 81 goals in 142 matches for Liverpool from 2007-2011. 

The Players With The Most Women’s World Cup Goals Of All Time

On June 7, the eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup kicked off in Paris, France. The USWNT entered the tournament as the defending champion and the world’s No. 1 ranked side, and the team can still rely on Carli Lloyd, who finished joint-top scorer in 2015 with six goals. However, when it comes to the most Women’s World Cup goals of all time, the 36-year-old remains just outside the top 10 with eight total goals.

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