Northern Ireland are in the midst of their best qualifying campaign for years, evoking memories of when they almost went to Euro 84, writes Aidan Williams.
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Luke Chandry discusses the waning support for the England national team less than a year out from the next major tournament.
Oli Baise believes that Watford’s ownership by the Pozzo family makes them a Premier League experiment.
Fran Stinchcombe discusses the successful breakthrough year of Harry Kane, the comparisons to Alan Shearer and whether Kane can do the same this season.
Luke Chandley recalls the moment that he fell in love with football – when Paul Gascoigne stuck one past the old enemy.
Alan Moore brings news from Russia where Fabio Capello is no longer the coach of the national side.
With their current form unimpressive and a tournament on home soil 12 months away, are France right to stick with Didier Deschamps, asks Craig Vickers.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little pick apart Ireland’s draw with Scotland, talk transfer news, and look at the state of play in the League of Ireland.
As Chris Coleman’s side stand on the brink of qualification for the European Championships, Lisa Higgins looks at what to means for Welsh football.
With the two countries due to meet in Dublin, Philip Greene discusses the mixed fortunes of Ireland and Scotland.