Peter Lim’s arrival at Valencia promised much, but has descended into farce and on the pitch Valencia are reaping the results, writes Paul Little.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
As 2016 draws to a close, we look back at some of the feel good football stories during what was at times a challenging 12 months for many.
With strength in depth and continuity in coaching greatness, are Juventus poised for even more dominance, asks Paul Little.
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.
Arsenal’s title ambitions took a knock with defeat at Goodison Park, but the Gunners shouldn’t dwell on defeat for too long, writes Harneet Singh Sethi.
One of Russia’s biggest clubs, Spartak Moscow, is enjoying something of a renaissance under Italian coach Massimo Carrera.
Harneet Singh Sethi talks up Arsenal’s chances of Champions League success following an impressive showing in this season’s group stage.
Iniesta perfection and a new pragmatic Real Madrid are the headlines as Paul Little analyses the action from Saturday’s El Clásico.
Mike Hanley discusses Dundalk’s opponents Maccabi Tel Aviv ahead of their meeting in the Europa League this Thursday night.
Paul Little discusses Mario Balotelli’s form at OCG Nice and ponders whether the Italian is now ready to regain some of his early promise.