On Tuesday night Milan suffered a heavy set-back away to Genoa, but talk of Rossoneri revival will continue unabated, writes Paul Little.
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Ahead of Dundalk’s mammoth Europa League clash against Zenit St Petersburg Paul Little gets the lowdown on the Russian outfit from Alan Moore.
Kaustubh Pandey discusses the impact that the Premier League’s dynamic is having on the England national side.
With a recent drop in form following some less than convincing victories, Paul Little questions whether there’s life after Pep for Bayern Munich.
Bob Bradley, the former United States Men’s National Team coach, has signed on to coach Swansea City.
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.
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.