The English football season is back, prompting Philip Greene to take knee jerk reactions to task.
Archive for the ‘Europe’ Category
Thomas Wyer looks at the state of play in Turkey and explains some of the challenges that must be overcome for clubs to thrive.
Brendán MacFarlane reminisces about some of the good times at Olympique Lyonnais’ Stade de Gerland.
Jack Robinson looks at Croatian giants Hajduk Split who have been trying to negotiate a challenging period lately.
Jack Robinson reports on Partizan Belgrade’s trip to Novi Pazar, home of the Islamic ultras group Torcida Sandžak.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be around forever so Patrick Mills looks at some potential heirs to the throne.
Oli Baise believes that Watford’s ownership by the Pozzo family makes them a Premier League experiment.
Patrick Mills discusses some of the challenges that Rafael Benitez will face as manager of Real Madrid.
Alan Moore discusses drugs in sport and believes that the problem is far greater in football then most people probably realise.
The Financial Fair Play rules are set to be relaxed, but significant changes are needed in order to prevent elite clubs continued dominance, writes Liam Maguire.