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Bayern Munich Beat Paris Saint-Germain to Secure Sixth Champions League Title

Eliot K. Raman Jones | Sports Editor Bayern Munich edged out Paris Saint-Germain in a cagey Champions League Final on Sunday night in Lisbon to win their sixth CL title. With 22 potential difference-makers on the pitch, it was simply too perfect that the player who would seal Bayern’s European title would be one who started his career at PSG. Kingsley Coman’s opportunistic header from … Continue reading Bayern Munich Beat Paris Saint-Germain to Secure Sixth Champions League Title

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UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final: FC Barcelona 2-8 FC Bayern Munich – German Champions run riot in Lisbon

Daniel Horner | Content Writer Memories of Bayern Munich’s 7-0 aggregate demolition against Barca in the 2013 semi-final and Brazil’s 7-1 humiliation to Germany in the 2014 World Cup semi-final came flooding back. The victory for the Bavarians was not surprising: only the manner in which they did it was shocking. For Lionel Messi and Co. the result was arguably the worst in the club’s … Continue reading UEFA Champions League Quarter-Final: FC Barcelona 2-8 FC Bayern Munich – German Champions run riot in Lisbon

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Time is Running Out – Charlton Athletic Could Face Expulsion from the Football League

Tasmin Fatodu | Content Writer Charlton Athletic fans piled out of Wembley stadium cheering, singing, and shaking hands with Sunderland fans after their promotion to the Championship in 2019. Fast-forward just one year later and the club has been relegated to League One. Relegation is the least of Charlton supporters’ concerns, as the club could face being expelled from the Football League altogether. Since Charlton’s … Continue reading Time is Running Out – Charlton Athletic Could Face Expulsion from the Football League

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Manchester City 2-1 Real Madrid (4-2 on aggregate): Two glaring defensive mistakes cost Spanish Champions.

Eliot K. Raman Jones | Sports Editor Manchester City have reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League after recording a 2-1 (4-2) second leg win against Spanish champions Real Madrid. City were the favourites to go through after Pep Guardiola’s side picked up a 2-1 away win in the Spanish capital back in February, and the Citizens managed to progress at the expense of Real … Continue reading Manchester City 2-1 Real Madrid (4-2 on aggregate): Two glaring defensive mistakes cost Spanish Champions.

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A Guide to The Return of The UEFA Champions League

Daniel Horner | Content Writer European football’s biggest club competition returns this Friday, albeit with a different format. Usually at this time of the year we would be watching the qualifying rounds, yet the 2019/20 edition will be concluded in Lisbon, all within the space of three weeks. It seems like an eternity has passed since Atletico Madrid dramatically knocked out holders Liverpool 4-2 on … Continue reading A Guide to The Return of The UEFA Champions League

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Final Day Of The Premier League: A Guide

Eliot K. Raman Jones | Sports Editor It has been a unique season in the Premier League, and not just because of the ongoing pandemic. Liverpool, the team who have had to endure 30 long years since their last title, ended their wait for that particular piece of silverware when second-placed Manchester City lost at Chelsea on June 25th, meaning that The Reds could no … Continue reading Final Day Of The Premier League: A Guide

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Sport-light: Royal Holloway Men’s Football Club President Alex Parry

Eliot K. Raman Jones | Sports Editor   Alex Parry was elected as President of Royal Holloway Men’s Football Club in May 2020, after serving as Treasurer for the last academic year. Sports Editor Eliot Raman Jones spoke to him about what Men’s Football is all about, the club’s aims for next season, and the issue of inclusivity in team sports at Royal Holloway.   … Continue reading Sport-light: Royal Holloway Men’s Football Club President Alex Parry