Its time for British football fans to ditch the preconceptions and embrace the Europa League, writes Phillip Greene.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
Rayo Vallecano are a club that survives relegation and defies its budget year-on-year. Sarthak Kumar introduces us to the pride of Vallekas.
Arjun Krishnan continues his detailed look back at the Bosman ruling which has had a massive impact on transfers in football.
Arjun Krishnan looks back at the circumstances surrounding the Bosman ruling which changed the landscape of football 20 years ago.
Paul Doherty gives some early thoughts on how some of Europe’s big hitters will fare at the European Championships in France.
Sarthak Kumar tells the story of Raúl Tamudo and how two of his goals had deep-meaning consequences for two clubs.
To understand the achievement of Buffon, we have to take a look at other great contemporary Italian goalkeepers the Juventus stopper has held off his throne, writes Chen Chen.
Two incomplete sides face each other in the Milan derby this Sunday, Jack Unwin details the changes undergone at both Milanese giants.
Rich Lloyd looks at FC Astana, a club you probably never heard of until they sealed qualification for the Champions League group stage.