Italian Serie A- Structure

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History of Liverpool FC

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Best Coaches and Captains of Liverpool FC-All time

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Profile and Performance Records of Real Madrid

Real Madrid FC LogoReal Madrid Club de Futbol is a Spanish football club which is generally called as Real Madrid. Real Madrid club is from Madrid, Spain and it is a professional club of association football. In Spanish football, Real Madrid was voted as the most successful club of 20th century by FIFA. The club has won 17 Spanish “Copa del Rey” cups, 1 Copa Eva Durate, 2 UEFA Cups, 9 UEFA champion Leagues, 3 Intercontinental Cups and 1 UEFS Supercup. In Spanish the word “Real” means “royal” and the name with the royal crown in the emblem was given by the King. Real Madrid is the world’s richest football club i.e. in terms of revenue. Real Madrid reached second in the list of most valuable teams and in the year 2008, the club worth €950m. The club is one of the founding members of FIFA. The home color for their jersey is white but its crest has been changed several times in order to modernize it. Read more..

Top Ten Coaches of Real Madrid – All time

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Top 3 Milestones of Everton

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Everton may not be as famous as Chelsea club or as widespread as Manchester United, but it’s a thoroughbred English football with a wonderful history behind nonetheless. From the day it was founded in 1878, it has always been a rivalry to Liverpool (then Merseyside derby), and has a lot to tell.

Three of the most important milestones in Everton’s history would unquestionably include;

• the victory in the FA Cup in 1905-06,

• the record for most league goals in a single season during the late 1920s; and

• its first and only European trophy in the European Winners’ Cup in 1984-85

As a matter of fact, Everton is among the very few clubs to have won the FA Cup during infancy stage then. Although they had won the League Championship almost a decade and a half before, there were no fulsome records in the middle, perhaps until the said victory in the FA Cup in 1905-06. Twenty years later, Everton made a record of scoring the most goals in a single season; specifically 60 goals in 39 matches, a record that still holds to date. The victory at the European Winners’ Cup was also significant to the club, for it’s the only European Cup they have won to date; being their first as well.