In case you haven’t subscribed to the Soccerlens Podcast, I suggest you do so. And if you haven’t yet, you’ll want to after this week’s episode, which you can catch below, along with what else you may have missed from today from here on SL and elsewhere around the football blogosphere.
If you love the Bundesliga, the eighth episode of the Soccerlens Podcast is a must-listen. On this latest episode, host Stephen Darwin is joined by esteemed Bundesliga blogger Raphael Honigstein.
Keeping up with the theme of today’s podcast, Stephen Darwin takes a look at the current state and the future of the Bundesliga.
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Frank Lampard is one footballer who’s heard a fair share of criticism about his wages, but
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Roy Keane is back in the management game, and just as with his last job at Sunderland, he’s charged with trying to get Ipswich back into the top flight. Can he do it?
Keane and Paul Scholes had a lot of memorable moments together as teammates at Manchester United, and though Scholes is still providing some magical moments for the Old Trafford faithful, is it almost time for him to hang it up?
Barcelona have gotten a lot of attention for the beautiful football they’ve played this season, but quietly, Pep Guardiola’s side are after an impressive triple trophy haul.
For PSG fans unable to make it to the Stade Gerland to see their beloved club take on Lyon. Is it a glimpse into the future of watching football?
While Keane has a long way to go to become a managerial great, his place as one of the greatest midfielders of all-time is certainly not under dispute. But where does he rank among the best of the best?