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uMAXit Football takes you on a illustrative journey as we explore some of footballs best stories. Whether it be Tactics Explained, History, Finance and Law or simply a look at some of footballs forgotten tales we seek to not only educate, but to have a little fun doing so.
  • Tactics Explained: Liverpool vs AC Milan – One Night In Istanbul

    Liverpool’s triumphant comeback to win the 2005 Champions League final in Istanbul against a heavily favoured A.C. Milan side saw one of the classic finals in European football. Here we take a look at the tactics deployed that night. To view our whole catalogue of videos, please visit our YouTube page by clicking here This video was made in conjunction with BetBright. To visit BetBright and take advantage of their new customer offer, please click here ...

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  • A Brief History Of: 25 Years Of The Premier League

    A quarter of a century ago this month, the Premier League barged into our consciousness. On the surface it's just another name for the top division in English football, but the change that the game has undergone in the last 25 years is at least in part down to the Premier League. ...

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  • Why Doesn’t The MLS Have Promotion and Relegation?

    Perhaps one of the most unique aspects of Major League Soccer is the single entity structure. In essence, no team can be promoted or relegated from MLS in the traditional sense. Rather, new teams buy into the league, just as Minnesota and Atlanta United did earlier this year. In this video, we examine why MLS doesn't have a promotion/relegation system, and whether it's possible for the league to ever adopt this. ...

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  • Tactics Explained: West Bromwich Albion, Tony Pulis & Set Pieces

    Last season, Tony Pulis’ West Bromwich Albion achieved 16 assists from set pieces, the most in the Premier League and the highest percentage of goals scored from set pieces as opposed to by other means in the league. How did they do this? We take a look at the team's set-up and routines from set pieces. ...

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  • Are Everton The New Manchester City?

    No one can fail to have noticed the impact Everton have left on the summer transfer window so far. The first real spend since the club spent £15million on Maraoune Fellaini in 2008, which felt like a rare foray into the transfer market. That same year also saw the birth of Manchester City as a force in football, with the Abu Dhabi United Group purchasing 90% of Manchester City's shareholdings in September 2008 for £210million. This video examines the parallels between the two clubs. ...

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