Real Madrid's Marcelo gestures to fans after their victory over Espanyol in their Spanish first division soccer match at Cornella-El Prat stadium, near Barcelona

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Comments (5)

  1. Every time I watch a team park the bus to defend a lead late in the game, they seem to win 9 out of 10 aerial duels… is this more psychological or do defenders have an advantage when winning aerial duels regardless of the scoreline or game time?

  2. If you could create a starting 11 of the greatest haircuts in the history of football, what would it be?

  3. How much different would the January transfer window be if the transfers were more like those in North American leagues? Specifically, that player’s existing contract moved with the player rather than the player negotiating a new contract with the transfer.

  4. What’s a more interesting fixture to you – a tight, tense low scoring match between two excellent teams or a wide open match with a lot of scoring and poor defending?

  5. Is Manuel Pellegrini on pace at City to beat his point total the year he coached Real Madrid in 2010?

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