Philip Greene discusses the career of Adriano and how memories of his fleeting brilliance occur in both the real world and virtual realm.
Archive for the ‘International’ Category
Sepp Blatter’s first press conference since announcing his resignation was dramatically interrupted – and that wasn’t even the most interesting part, writes Pavan Mano
Alan Moore brings news from Russia where Fabio Capello is no longer the coach of the national side.
At the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, the minnows are swimming with the sharks and are looking to take a bite out of the United States and Mexico, writes Sean Maslin.
The chance to the return to the Premier League with Leiecester may be attractive for Martin O’Neill, but he should stay the course, writes Patrick Mills.
Ellis King explores how Peru have turned their fortunes around under the recently-appointed Ricardo Gareca.
Daniel Collins believes it’s time to put the fuss over James McClean and his stance on the poppy to bed.
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.
For many, the anniversary of Italia ’90 is cause for celebration. Not so for Phillip Greene.