Think the Bundesliga is a boring, one-team league? Do the Manchester teams and Chelsea always win the league in England, or do other teams have a shot? For example, are Leicester City capable of winning the title, or are they really just a luckier English version of Hertha BSC? Does that comparison make Salomon Kalou Jamie Vardy, or vice-versa? Why should I watch a Schalke vs. Wolfsburg match on a Friday evening? Who is Julian Weigl and will he really be the next Sergio Busquets? Has Bastian Schweinsteiger been a massive disappointment for Manchester United? Will Kevin De Bruyne be the best midfielder in England? Which historic club between VfB Stuttgart and Newcastle United will successfully avoid relegation? Are German managers superior to English gaffers? Whose goalcoring output is more sustainable: Odion Ighalo’s or Anthony Modeste’s? Would you take Riyad Mahrez or Douglas Costa if you needed a superb winger? Is Toby Alderweireld more valuable to Tottenham’s defense than Jerome Boateng is to Bayern’s?
If you are looking for answers to those burning questions and more you have come to the right place.
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Happy reading! – Abel Meszaros
About Abel Meszaros
Abel started out watching and playing soccer in Hungary, before falling in love with the Bundesliga in the mid – 90s (thanks to Kicker and Sat1’s Ran). Abel is faithful to BVB, but also endlessly fascinated by the emergence of new teams and talents from Germany.
His first English love was the Liverpool teams of Macca and Robbie Fowler, but these days he just roots for the underdogs.
He loves to talk/read/write/think about soccer! Otherwise, you can find him working in publishing, teaching ESL, and/or drinking craft beer – not necessarily at the same time, or in that order. Abel tweets at @VanbastenESL and at @BundesPL
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