On 4th January, 2015 if some seer would’ve told a Cule that five months down the line Barcelona would be contesting for their second treble in six years, in all probability that Cule would have liked to borrow some of the stuff that the seer was probably smoking – for two fundamental reasons: Firstly to forget the pain of yet another season of downward spiral with the dressing room in a mess Secondly that stuff seemed really good – second treble in six years (most don’t even have one) Five actual months later, Barcelona are realistically contesting for their second treble in six years and fans around the globe couldn’t have been happier. David Moyes, notorious for breaking Manchester United, ironically played a monumental role in galvanizing the Barcelona outfit into one of the most feared ones in recent times – probably more than the one led by the legendary Pep Guardiola. Ever since the departure of Pep Guardiola […]
Recently Rafinha and Deulofeu too had experienced loan spells with Celta Vigo and Everton respectively, and going by how exactly did it turn out for the latter, the future doesn’t look all that great, despite his potential. THT presents the analysis.
If there’s anything that’s constant it’s change. Clichéd of course yet holds water. And neither the game nor the clubs are exempted. Barcelona are undergoing a change and a rather big one at that. THT presents the season preview and transfer analysis.
FC Barcelona have lost Carles Puyol, but they may have the perfect replacement in the form of Javier Mascherano.
While the score sheet may suggest that Germany just edged past Argentina, it cannot be farther from the truth. Germany were by far the better team on the pitch last night. For 112 minutes the South Americans put up a brave resistance, but Germany prevailed.
Argentina and Belgium face each other in the highly anticipated quarter-final clash at Estadio Nacional. We bring you the detailed preview.
The 2014 World Cup is perhaps one of the most exciting World Cups in recent times. While previous editions had outright favourites, this one doesn’t have a firm one. Day 7 of the quadrennial event has in store for us six exciting teams. Belgium take on Algeria, Russia play South Korea. Brazil play their second against Mexico.
Argentina head into the World Cup without two of their finest goalkeepers. Read more to know.
It’s been 28 years that Argentina did anything significant at the biggest show on the planet. THT analyses their squad.
A trophy-less season is hardly considered success. Sometimes maybe in terms of progress made in football or growth – but here too it cannot be said that there was anything relevant or eventful for FC Barcelona. THT presents the Barcelona season review.