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Articles by Robert O'Connor
UEFA Champions League
18 September 2018
10 Champions League shocks that shook Europe
Plenty of the continent's most powerful sides have gone down against the odds, writes
UEFA Champions League
2 June 2017
The horror treble: remembering the worst collapse in European football
Fifteen years ago, Bayer Leverkusen were on for a historic treble. In the space of a handful of matches, it all fell apart - and the team never recovered
30 May 2017
Watch out, Riyad: 5 wantaway players who regretted what they wished for
Leicester's tricky wideman has admitted his time is up at the King Power Stadium. But history shows things don't always turn out so well...
16 January 2017
Fear not, Hammers: 5 clubs who sold a star man... and then did better
Dimitri Payet may be desperate for a way out of West Ham, but
has picked out a clutch of clubs who thrived without their key man
28 July 2016
Jetro Willems: Meet the PSV flier who could replace Moreno for Liverpool
The 22-year-old is one of Holland’s brightest young talents, and has reportedly caught the attentions of Jurgen Klopp. Here's what you need to know
25 July 2016
5 things Wenger should do to finally win the Premier League again
The Premier League has been infiltrated by super-gaffers over the summer, so where does that leave its veteran?
explains how the Frenchman can keep up with the new kids on the block
23 May 2016
5 most wanted Scottish-based players this summer
lists the five players finding their name on a few shortlists this summer
18 May 2016
What the heck happened to Alaves after 2001?
UEFA Cup finalists against Liverpool 15 years ago, they’re only just making their way back into La Liga again after years yo-yoing in the lower-league wilderness.
explains what happened…
21 April 2016
6 of football's costliest red cards: Lehmann, Di Canio, Becks...
Leicester could be without Jamie Vardy for longer than his initial one-game ban – but at what price?
uncovers a handful of dismissals that had big implications...
20 April 2016
Mohamed Elneny: The Egyptian offering hope in a tough stretch for Arsenal
There’s not much going right for the Gunners of late, but Arsene Wenger’s January capture from Basel is a rare bright spot, writes