Thursday, Feb 15 2018 16:00 FC Astana vs Sporting CP 18:00 Oestersunds FK vs Arsenal 18:00 Marseille vs Braga 18:00 Spartak Moscow vs Athletic Bilbao 18:00 Borussia Dortmund vs Atalanta 18:00 Nice vs Lokomotiv Moscow 18:00 Real Sociedad vs Salzburg 18:00 Ludogorets Razgrad vs AC Milan 20:05 Partizan BelgradeRead More →

  Tuesday, Feb 13 2018 19:45 Juventus vs Tottenham 19:45 FC Basel 1893 vs Manchester City Wednesday, Feb 14 2018 19:45 FC Porto vs Liverpool 19:45 Real Madrid vs Paris Saint Germain Tuesday, Feb 20 2018 19:45 Chelsea vs Barcelona 19:45 Bayern Munich vs Besiktas Wednesday, Feb 21 2018 19:45Read More →

Which English Side has it Worse? With the release of the Champions League Round of 16 draw, deciding which Premier league side has it tougher between Chelsea and Tottenham is like playing the old schoolyard game of “Would You Rather.” To say that both English sides have their work cutRead More →

What Happened? Dortmund’s 4-4 draw in the Revierderby was horrendously poetic. The match became an analogy for Dortmund’s entire 2017 campaign thus far. It began with Dortmund’s high-flying attack that produced four first-half goals. Then after a Peter Bosz halftime talk, Dortmund came out lost, confused, and with a backlineRead More →

England Daily Mirror  “Firm, then wobbly” “Firmino and Mane put Reds 3-0 up before they collapse in truly dreadful second half” David Maddock writes: “Liverpool suffered a second-half meltdown as they threw away a guarantee of progress to the knock-out stage.” “Tottenham put derby daze behind them to win theirRead More →

A Netflix Original Dortmund’s season started like a Pilot episode of a new exciting TV show. New faces, returning hit actors, and everything bright and shiny. Then inevitably, around episode 6 or so, the show begins to lose its direction, they flounder with filler episodes, introduce a boring story arch,Read More →

The Leader Speaks Kicker reports that BVB Captain Marcel Schmelzer doesn’t share the concerns over the manager, Peter Bosz’, season performance. Instead, Schmelzer protected the Dortmund manager after all the backlash: “Peter Bosz’s calm, analytical nature gives the team a good feeling, he knows what he’s doing,” says Schmelzer. “TheRead More →