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Andrew Dolan

Andrew Dolan
22 year old graduate in Sports Technology from the University of Ulster. Fan of English and European football as well as golf, tennis and US Sports. Opinions are generally sound and logical except in regards to Ryan Babel, a living legend.

Teams That Were Great While They Lasted – Ajax 04/05

Andrew Dolan writes his weekly feature, which previews teams that were great while they lasted. This week it’s to Amsterdam and the Ajax side of 2004/05. ______ Ajax have always been known for creating their own talents and stars and having to then sell them on at a huge profit, just to stay competitive. Often these stars come in twos or …

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Teams That Were Great While They Lasted: Parma 1998-1999

Inspired by the recent mass exodus of players from Atletico Madrid and Southampton to England’s elite clubs, here’s a look at some other teams whose potential was cut short. First up it’s the 1998-1999 Parma AC team. For Parma, the 1997-98 season wasn’t good enough, a 6th place finish, semi-finals of the Coppa Italia and failure to get out of the group …

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Premier League’s Five Biggest Summer Transfers

As the transfer window nears its conclusion, Andrew Dolan discusses the five biggest Premier League acquisitions thus far. 1. Diego Costa to Chelsea – £32.5m  The 2012/13 season for Atletico Madrid will be remembered largely for three things; a Europa League win, the crazy but charismatic Diego Simeone and the best centre forward in the world, Radamel Falcao. When Falcao …

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