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About Daniel Chung

Hi everyone. My name is Daniel Chung and I am fortunate to have the good people here at soccerlens publish my attempts at writing about this great game of ours. Writing is always going to be difficult but it's an extra challenge when we're surrounded by so many good writers here. Despite that I hope I can always bring different perspectives on this game and from an international point of view. I live in New York City and am in a unique position to see how football is popular in so many different cultures and nationalities right here. By day I am a practicing attorney and am still trying to figure out how to combine my profession with my passion without having to become a despised player's agent. Maybe writing will be that medium. I take it one day at a time. I appreciate all who take the time to read my work. I hope to make it worthwhile.
  1. Trebles and Quintuples

    Since Manchester United’s memorable 1998-99 season, no club has since laid claim to the proper “treble” in subsequent outings (“treble” being defined as the rightful champions of the UEFA Champions’ League, domestic league title and domestic cup competition). While Liverpool …


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  2. Turkish Derby: Defeat in a Draw

    In a week dominated by headlines with the visit of United States President Barack Obama and his administration’s hopes of repairing somewhat strained relations with his host, Türkiye, any feelings of conciliation and mutual understanding that were fostered during this …


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  3. Turkish Memories of Euro 2008

    Only eight months ago the Turkish national team (Milli Takim) were taking the European Championships by storm with a brand of “never say die” attacking football and last minute heroics (or controversy depending on who you ask) as they made …


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