In a day full of controversial red cards, the standout incident was down in England’s sixth tier after an fracas involving Worcester City’s Saab Khan. Reacting to a nasty challenge from his Stockport County’s Charlie Russell, Khan flipped out, literally, hoisting the tackler up before slamming him down onto the turf. Pretty unbelievable scenes of you ask us. […]
For many years the football management simulation genre has been dominated by a certain title that needs no introduction. Its popularity is seemingly going from strength to strength. But that does not mean that there is not room in the market for other titles to carve out a niche, and one of the newest on […]
The team at BackpageFootball pick their Champions League group stage XI in conjunction with Football Collective and the One Football app.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little look at Paul Lambert’s sacking, discuss the Premier League results, and discuss Ivory Coast’s AFCON success.
BackPageFootball.com is delighted to announce an exciting new partnership with The Football Collective, a gathering of some of the game’s best blogs.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little discuss Harry Redknapp’s departure from QPR, a disappointing Deadline Day, the AFCON and the Asian Cup Final.
Liverpool were made to work for their win against Bolton in the FA cup this evening. It took until injury time for the reds to make the breakthrough, but it was well worth the wait.
PSG beat Stade Rennais F.C. 1-0 tonight at Parc des Princes, though, in truth, someone should tell them to turn up the difficulty settings:
A look at where the top English Premier League clubs need some reinforecments.
Spurs are on track to claim a place in the League Cup final at Bramall Lane, thanks to this absolute pearler of a set-piece from midfielder Christian Eriksen. They don’t come better placed than this: The Dane’s strike has put his club 2-0 up on aggregate as things stand. Read: Solving the income gap in US soccer […]