Is football becoming more competitive in Scotland’s top tier? Stefan Reyners takes a look at forthcoming season and asks whether Glasgow dominance may be coming to an end.
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Christopher Bates profiles Zhang Yuning, a footballer that could finally put China on the footballing map.
Paul Murphy discusses a horror first game for new Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers as they slumped to a Champions League defeat against Lincoln Red Imps.
With a meteoric rise through Eredivisie and Serie A, Marten de Roon has all the attributes to become a leading light for his new club Middlesborough.
Alan Moore discusses fair pay for players in Russia as the country’s football system continues to decline and the national team struggles on the big stage.
James Fenton reports on a solid performance from St. Patrick’s Athletic against Jeunesse Esch in the first leg of their Europa League tie.
Alan Moore discusses the make up of Russian football and what the future holds just two years out from the country’s hosting of the World Cup.
Shamrock Rovers boss Pat Fenlon discusses the club’s Europa League tie against RoPS of Finland that will take place early next month.
Just four years ago, French midfielder N’Golo Kante was aspiring to take a big step up from amateur football in the semi-pro ranks of France’s division three.
After another sensational season for Real Madrid, is it finally time for Cristiano Ronaldo to claim silverware on the international stage, asks Albinko Hasic.