Despite unprecedented Continental success last season, the future could be far from plain sailing for Real Madrid, writes John Kent.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
John Kent takes look at transition in the world of football, and how clubs like Southampton and Sevilla have achieved continued success.
Irish website Póg Mo Goal has launched another edition of its superbly put together magazine, with contributions covering a wide variety of topics.
Mikel Arteta’s Barcelona roots and Premier League experience could see him set out on a success story in management, writes Stefan Reyners.
Manchester United have strengthened significantly over the offseason and, consequently, fans are very optimistic about their chances for the campaign ahead.
Jack Unwin discusses the future for Juventus who now must move on from midfielder Paul Pogba who has returned to Manchester United.
Alan Moore discusses the plight of Belarus champions BATE Borisov in the wake of their Champions League defeat in Ireland against Dundalk.
Including the Champions League to the World Cup, a look at some of the best and most memorable football trophies from across the globe.
Television’s reliance on former players as pundits is stifling debate and new ideas, Ross Findlay explains how fresh eyes are needed.
Stefan Reyners believes that Steven Berghuis should have been retained by Watford instead of being loaned to Feyenoord in the Eredivisie.