In the final part of his report on Russian football in crisis, Alan Moore discusses the financial instability looming over the domestic game.
Archive for the ‘International’ Category
In the second of a three-part series, Alan Moore discusses Crimea, corruption and Russian football.
The unexpected triumphs of Equatorial Guinea and Congo illustrates the sheer unpredictability of AFCON, writes Matt Carter.
Alan Moore brings us up to speed with the current state of play in Russian football.
With the African Cup of Nations already developing into a captivating tournament, Matt Carter brings us the main talking points.
It’s not all about the big-money buys and there are some free agents who are capable of making an impact across Europe, writes Alex Wood.
Nathaniel Shaughnessy explains why the FIFA awards during World Cup years invariably become self indulgent, egotistical and pointless.
Matt Carter looks ahead to the African Cup of Nations which gets underway in Equatorial Guinea on Saturday.
The All-Ireland Rugby World Cup bid underlines how poor a legacy has been left by the Irish soccer boom, writes Dave Donnelly.
Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.