In light of Tottenham's early struggles at Wembley this season, we take a look at if a dip in form is a recurring trend for clubs the season after they make a move, and whether this can be attributed to adjusting to new surroundings.
Bayern got the defence of their Bundesliga title off to a perfect start with a 3-1 win over Bayer Leverkusen last weekend, and they will look to continue that momentum when they face Werder Bremen on Saturday afternoon. Here's our in-depth preview.
With the vast majority of European domestic leagues now over, we've compiled some statistics on the top managers on the continent in the 2016/17 season. We then focus on the achievements of five high-achieving gaffers who are rightly receiving plaudits for their success.
Whilst Gerd Müller is rightly recognised as a legendary striker, he doesn't always crop up when arguments are made for the greatest player in the history of the game. We compare the German's exploits to those players who feature prominently in those discussions.
Any discussion of the best “number nines” currently operating in world football will usually involve mention of the prolific Robert Lewandowski. We compare the Pole with Bayern greats of the past.
Which of the top five European domestic leagues is the most 'competitively balanced'? That's the question TSZ asks as we take a statistical look at the last 20 years of the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga.
We take a statistical look at some of the world's biggest football derbies to establish which is the greatest of them all. It can be a subjective debate of course, but using a variety of factors we apply a ranking system to the fiercest rivalries in the sport.
The average age of managers in the top 10 European leagues is 50, but there are some individuals who buck this trend and are experiencing success at a much younger age. TSZ examines the top young bosses on the continent.
With reports doing the rounds that Cristiano Ronaldo is set to be announced as the 2016 Ballon d'Or winner on Monday, we take a look at which clubs, leagues, nationalities and positions have been represented the most since the award was introduced in 1956.
We've trawled through every league to bring you the latest managerial success stories in Europe, as well as providing you with a rundown of some of the record breaking win streaks and unbeaten runs around the continent. So, which managers have been making waves in November? Read on to find out!
Which nationalities have been dominating the European goalscoring charts over the past 10 years? Are fewer English players appearing in the Premier League Golden Boot race?
It isn’t often that Welsh domestic football falls under the sporting spotlight, but the exploits of The New Saints (TNS) have been hitting the headlines with their (ongoing) 17-game league winning streak.
It’s that time of year again when attention turns to the achievements of a select group of players who have stood out among their peers this past year. TSZ takes a closer look at the nominees and identifies the main contenders for the 2016 award.
Germany are undoubtedly a team packed full of talent, but with the retirement of Lukas Podolski following Euro 2016 they lost a player with 48 International goals to his name. TSZ assesses how the Germans will look to fill this void in the next few years.