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Romanian club Steaua Bucharest, historically considered the country’s army club, is the most successful club the country has produced. The highlight on a European platform would be their European Cup victory against Barcelona in the 1986 final. But the club is far more than just titles and trophies: they enjoy the largest fan following in the country; the club is an iconic institution, a symbol of unity in the land.
But all that has started to change, with legalities circling the club and threatening its existence. The fans are no longer filling the stadiums, the club logos, badges and any symbol of representation of the Militarii are being covered up in patches. It’s a saddened state in for the fans and for football. We have a video with insight as to what is happening the the club. Have a look.
Eric Devin provides a detailed tactical analysis about the Champions League quarter-final second leg that finished AS Monaco 3-1 Borussia Dortmund. AS Monaco (4-4-2): Danijel Subasic; Almamy Touré, Kamil Glik, Jemerson, Benjamin...