WFC’s 2010-11 UEFA Yearbook


After a short summer, due to the spectacle that was the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, European football, rested or no, took up the banner and offered the world a season to remember.  In this ten part series, World Football Columns looks back on the memories that stick out in the minds of our writers and cast an eye to the future, to predict what might happen in 2011-12.

Here are the ten yearbook topics we asked the WFC Staff to comment upon:

The Season’s Most Memorable Moments

The Season’s Most Forgettable Moments

Player Most Likely To Win Ballon d’Or Not Named Messi Or Ronaldo

Club Most Likely To Win The 2012 Champions League Final

Club Most Likely To Spend Big This Summer

Player Most Likely To Make A Big Splash In The Summer Transfer Window

Manager Most Likely To Accept A High Profile Position

Young Player Most Likely To Break Through At A Big Club

High Profile Boss Most Likely To Remain Unemployed

Country Most Likely To Win Next Summer’s European Championship

The articles will appear on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays beginning on Thursday, 2 June and ending Saturday, 18 June.  As each one goes online, a link will be activated on this page, as well.

Enjoy and remember that it’s a yearbook, so don’t be shy about adding your comments at the bottom of each article.


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