Johan Cruyff Dutch legend who invented modern soccer as we believe it should be played and moved forward

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Born within a stone’s throw of the Ajax stadium in the east of Amsterdam, John Cruyff’s mother was a custodian for the club. Cruyff joined Amsterdam’s Ajax when he was just 10 years old, and by 17, made his debut with the senior team. It seems he was destined for the sport.

Terms often used to describe Cruyff include professor, legend, icon, pioneer and master. His vision and implementation of game-changing strategies illustrates the career of one of the greatest minds ever to grace the sport of football. Although not specifically a number 10, his philosophy, passion, vision about the game thoroughly represents how we see the game. Cruyff was a self-aware and intelligent man. He was also arrogant, ideological, and brutally honest. 

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PSG and Lionel Messi looking in on a new season as Champions League is highest and finest priority

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Other clubs have made the headlines as PSG prepares for new season. A tour to Japan is on as they shape their team into the best possible setting. New manager is Christophe Galtier and a name that are not grabbing the highest and top headlines.

In their recent pre-season game vs. Kawasaki in Japan, Messi, Neymar and Mpappe started as the trio on top and in that 2-1 Messi scored the opener after 32 minutes.

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The wrong doing of Leeds regarding Marcelo Bielsa will see them troubled over time as his legacy will live on

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Everton, Burnley and Leeds are all fighting for their lives at the foot of the Premier League table. All clubs did sack their man in charge, but we believe Leeds are the team to be punished the most as they will be favoritest to be relegated.

Sean Dyche, Rafael Benitez and Marcelo Bielsa are all gone and replaced with Michael Jackson, Frank Lampard and Jesse Marsch. The gap from one manager to another is so major between the Argentinian and the American that we believe it will be a step in the wrong direction.

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