Maradona Is Better Than Pelé

“Brazilian, Brazilian, you look bitter today/ Is it that Maradona is better, better than Pele” you hear thousands of Argentinians chanting, jumping and waving their arms, mocking their neighbors over the Maradona vs Pele debate. For they think Diego was better than O’rei (The King) Pelé, but truth is that in the albicelestes' hearts, Diego was the greatest of all, not only on top of Pelé, but also of the other Argentinian legends like Leo Messi or Alfredo Di Stefano. All four of these players could be argued to be the GOAT, so why Diego Maradona in particular?

Predicting Zinedine Zidane’s First Starting XI As Manager Of Inter Miami

If the Daily Mirror is to be believed, former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has already held preliminary talks with Inter Miami owner David Beckham over potentially being instilled as the club’s first-ever manager for its maiden MLS season in 2020.

First Week Of Champions League On TNT Comes With Mixed Reviews — And Plenty Of Bashing On Social Media

So, were you able to find the Champions League on TNT? Or were you left scratching your head as to how to watch the world’s best club competition?

The U.S. Champions League TV rights are no longer owned by Fox (hallelujah!), so you may have had some trouble finding the tournament this week (if you didn’t read this).

We Reviewed FIFA 19 Even Though You’re Probably Going To Buy It Regardless Of What We Say

I’ve been playing FIFA for more than two decades — probably longer than many of you have been alive. These days I don’t count the years by birthdays or anniversaries but by FIFA updates. So when I sat down to do this FIFA 19 review, I had a pretty good idea of what I was getting into.

How Can A Tie In The NFL Feel So Wrong When A Footy Draw Feels So Right?

The NFL and footy came together in holy matrimony this past week thanks to the crossover appeal of ties and people not kicking well, and, let’s be honest, NFL fans were not happy about it. We hold these truths to be self-evident: Draws in places like the Premier League and the World Cup group stage are a fitting outcome that usually serves to highlight the flow of 90 minutes and heightens further drama down the road; ties in the NFL are an absolute nonsense after three hours of start-stop pointgasms. 

The Elephant In The Room — Why Italy Is So Bad Right Now

Italy is synonymous with soccer. They have always been one of the top-ranked teams in the world. The Italian national team has won the World Cup four times (tied with Germany for second, behind Brazil). They've been a team others have simultaneously envied and been afraid to play. A team that generated stars like Paolo Rossi, Roberto Baggio, Alessandro Del Piero. A team with grace, class and a wondrous reputation.