With a Europa League campaign already mired in disappointment and talk of player discontent, the pressure is on Ronny Deila to turn it around at Celtic, writes Paul Murphy.
Archive for the ‘European Football’ Category
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little discuss Wayne Rooney’s form, Champions League results, and this weekend’s Manchester Derby.
Fiorentina would be an unlikely Serie A winner but it certainly isn’t out of the question according to Paul Doherty.
The Swiss Super League is fast becoming the go-to European nation for fresh talent. Alex Saidy-Smith runs the rule over five of the brightest Swiss starlets.
Andrew Smith explores whether or not the so called minnows of Europe are showing improvement and becoming more competitive.
In the last edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for more under the radar deals around the world.
Philip Greene discusses Ireland’s win over Germany and how the historic win could be a springboard to a ‘new Ireland’.
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.
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.