Thomas Wyer takes a look at Turkish side Osmanlıspor who have reached the European stage just a few years after getting their house in order.
Thomas Wyer on how Qarabağ, the team without a home for over two decades, are defying the odds to succeed in the Europa League.
England’s dramatic late win over Slovakia gave Sam Allardyce his first win in charge but they are still too dull for Thomas Wyer.
An all too common argument is that money is ruining English football but this simply isn’t true, writes Thomas Wyer.
With the debate over Britain potentially leaving the EU in full swing, Thomas Wyer discusses realities for the Premier League should the vote swing towards ‘Brexit’.
With UEFA handing down a season-long ban to Galatasaray for breaching regulations, Thomas Wyer discusses why Financial Fair Play is failing in the very thing it sets out to do.
Amid speculation around his future, Thomas Wyer believes that Pep Guardiola still has a lot to prove, and England is the best place to do it.
Thomas Wyer discusses the reasons why China is about to burst onto the scene, both internationally and domestically.
Football has never been a business before, but is about to become one and this is good news all round, writes Thomas Wyer.
Thomas Wyer looks at how Watford have succeeded and why they deserve to stand as a model to the rest of the Football League.