Thomas Wyer believes that the modern game has a problem, and it’s emphasised by the lack of black managers.
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Maurice Brosnan takes a look at the recent history of Charlton Athletic and the worrying boom or bust model in English football.
With the draw for the FA Cup first round decided, Matthew O’Gorman looks back to a story from last season’s competition and the magic of the cup.
As ticket prices rise and support for clubs becomes more diverse, the atmosphere at football matches isn’t what it should be.
Thomas Wyer explains why Brendan Rodgers is a scapegoat for the deficiencies of ‘Moneyball’, a transfer policy whose flaws extend well outside of Merseyside.
Devon Rowcliffe returns with the second part of his look at the top ten English football clubs to have embraced fan ownership.
Devon Rowcliffe sifts his way through some of the English football clubs that are now governed by their supporters.
In the second edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for more under the radar deals in Europe.
In the first edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for under the radar deals, starting with Spain.
Paul Caulfield recalls Gerry Francis’ stint as Bristol Rovers manager and how the Sky Sports pundit changed the fortunes of ‘the gasheads’.