Thomas Wyer believes that football is failing women and discusses how and why we must fix it.
Archive for the ‘World Cup’ Category
Andrew Smith explores whether or not the so called minnows of Europe are showing improvement and becoming more competitive.
International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
War-torn and without a home. Syria’s National Team have had a turbulent few years but are on the right path to recovery, writes Jordan Leaver.
English players are harming themselves, as shown by their naivety in this transfer window, and how this impacts on the national team, write Thomas Wyer.
Luke Chandry discusses the waning support for the England national team less than a year out from the next major tournament.
Spain and Italy were drawn together in World Cup qualifying for the latest in a line of key clashes; with 1994 being the most dramatic, writes Aidan Williams.
Alcides Ghiggia was the World Cup winning hero for Uruguay in 1950. His tale is as dramatic today as it was then, writes Aidan Williams.
Alan Moore looks at the 2018 World Cup draw for Ireland and gives his thoughts on each opponent.
Richard James has watched some of the Women’s World Cup but hasn’t been impressed by what he’s seen.