The difference a year makes in football

Sport360 staff 20:24 16/12/2016
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What a difference a year makes in the fortunes of a team.

The team at KICK compares the current league placement of Europe’s top teams to one year ago, including Leicester City, Chelsea, Atlético Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Nice, and PSG.

What do you think of how things have changed in the world of football over the past 12 months?

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