In spite of an expanded tournament format and tortured history, Wales have proved themselves worthy as one of the first 12 teams through the Euros gate.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
Thomas Wyer explains why Brendan Rodgers is a scapegoat for the deficiencies of ‘Moneyball’, a transfer policy whose flaws extend well outside of Merseyside.
Paul Murphy discusses the possible implications for Celtic boss Ronnie Deila should the worst happen against Molde BK in the Europa League.
With Chelsea struggling in the Premier League, Jordan Leaver takes a look at some of Europe’s top sides that are also struggling domestically.
In the second edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for more under the radar deals in Europe.
With Norway and it’s club teams showing quite well in European competitions, Andrew Smith evaluates whether we are seeing a rebirth of Norwegian football and the potential reasons for it.
Alan Moore reports on the scenes in the stands as Russian football fans continue with their penchant for unsavoury chanting.
Thomas Wyer analyses why Shakhtar Donetsk, Olympique Lyonnais and FC Porto succeed in the transfer market, and what other clubs can do to emulate them.
With none of the big teams are firing on all cylinders, is it time for a different Serie A champion, asks Jack Unwin.
Paul Little looks ahead to tomorrow night’s Champions League clash as Vfl Wolfsburg get set to take on Manchester United.