History had its fair share of box office decisions, the ones you will read here were not among them.
The Fall of the Roman Republic was one of the major events of Antiquity, in this article I try to give an explanation, why the Republic fell and if its fall was inevitable.
Even with the Italian success coach Spurs look far behind the true elite of England, whom they would need to change this current situation is very much up to debate.
Generally, leaders led from the back and tried to not expose themselves to danger, it was sound logic since the death of a king often unleashed bloody succession crises, however, some rulers threw caution to the wind and led from the front.
In this article I will take two examples of coups, one succeeded, the other one failed, and I will try to explain the reasons why the coup's panned out this way.
Throughout history being a ruler was never a safe job, to protect themselves rulers hired personal guards, often these guards proved themselves loyal and reliable servants of their masters, sometimes however they turned against them and deposed the man or woman they were supposed to protect.
Military history is full of examples of determined, if not even reckless, men refusing to surrender and rather fight to their last breath, in this article I brought a few examples of men deciding to fight to the bitter end.
Orban is one of the most controversial politicians of today's Europe, many Hungarians and Europeans would welcome his fall, however, one might ask the question whether his fall would benefit his country or not.
The Catalans are having one of their worst seasons in a long time, despite their poor form the arrival of club legend Xavi to the bench gave many Barcelonistas hope, Xavi will have his hands full with returning his former club to the top, if he even succeeds in achieving this feat.
Frank Rijkaard’s Barcelona was one of the best club sides of the 2000s, although they were later overshadowed by the successful team of Pep Guardiola nonetheless Rijkaard’s team was at the time very highly rated, and a superb watch also.
Rarely had the world of football seen such a success story, Arrigo Sacchi, a former amateur footballer turned an underperforming giant into world-beaters, while he simultaneously revolutionised the game forever.
We have all seen teams full of talented players struggling to achieve results they were meant to achieve, it is a cliche to say that the players win the games, however, it is equally true that most successfull teams needed a good manager to guide and shape them.
As a football fan, I often watch games when my favourite team is not involved. In most of these cases, I root for the underdogs. In this article, I collected some of the most successful underdogs since I started following the sport.
I am not going to lie, as a Man Utd fan, I was happy to see Louis van Gaal sacked in 2016, however, the aftermath of the Dutchman’s departure made me question whether it was the right decision after all.
Erik ten Hag is one of the most sought managers in the world of football right now, as Manchester United is one of his possible destinations, I played with the thought how would the current team look like under the Dutch coach.
Conte had just recently replaced Nuno Espirito Santo at Tottenham Hotspur to salvage the season of the North London club. The Italian is undoubtedly one of the best coaches of world football at the moment,however, most pundits and fans believe this probably will be his hardest job so far.