Losing their star striker to their league rivals was a body blow for Napoli, but they are showing signs of strength early on, writes Paul Little.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
Alan Moore reports on the news that Vitali Mutko remains at the helm of Russian football following last week’s election.
Many attempts have been made by Europe’s elite to transition towards a European ‘Super League’, but that reality may be creeping closer to reality, writes Ross Findlay.
The Canary Island minnows have exploded onto La Liga’s map, thanks to a brilliant second half of 15/16 and a hot start to 16/17. Just who are these guys?
After two games a certain team was leading La Liga ahead of FC Barcelona and Real Madrid…No, it’s not Atletico Madrid or Sevilla, It’s Las Palmas.
Is our desire for more competition and excitement driving footballers to risk their health through doping, asks Alan Moore.
A late Ciaran Kilduff equaliser salvaged a draw for ten-man Dundalk against AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League last night.
Graeme Wallace examines the flaws that have dominated David Moyes’ much heralded yet deeply inconsistent managerial career.
Paul Murphy discusses Celtic’s return to the Champions League group stage, just a few months after Brendan Rodgers took over as manager.
With its biggest star departed and new wealthy owners arriving, what does this Serie A season hold in store? Jack Unwin previews this weekend’s action.