Craig Vickers discusses Lukas Podolski’s torrid time at Inter Milan and whether time is running out for the German.
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With the manager’s future at West Ham in doubt, the club face deeper questions than simply who will replace Sam Allardyce, writes Charles Pulling.
Robbie Deighan looks at the benefits of having Luis Suárez as Lionel Messi’s partner in crime at Barcelona.
Olympique Lyonnaise are on the brink of rejuvenating their successful history, this time without the finances. Andy Waters details their new game plan.
Have Juventus finally got the squad together to claim the club’s first Champions League title since 1996?
In their twentieth season, MLS attendances are rising. But as the league grows it is time to assess what makes a derby match in MLS, asks Sean Maslin.
We spoke to a man who for a four year period made a living off gambling, profiting big on obscure teams and leagues – and even fixed matches.
A recent surge of American players to MLS will prove long term benefit for United States.
James Hunt believes that getting rid of Gus Poyet won’t solve the bigger issues at the Stadium of Light.
Blair Newman takes a look at the link between record-breaking finances in the Premier League and English club’s failings in Europe.