In a guest post for BackPageFootball, the creator of The History of Goal Nets blog laments the loss of individuality in modern football’s ‘onion bags’.
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Alan Moore gives us the lowdown on the candidates for the Presidency of the Russian Football Union ahead of the upcoming election.
Leicester City provided the biggest upset in Premier League history when they won the title last season, but they won’t be amongst the contenders this term, writes Moha Albanna.
Nick Balchin discusses Jurgen Klopp’s results since taking over from Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager last year.
Is our desire for more competition and excitement driving footballers to risk their health through doping, asks Alan Moore.
A U.S. Open Cup win for F.C. Dallas and Major League Soccer’s plans for future expansion feature on this week’s Radio MLS.
Graeme Wallace examines the flaws that have dominated David Moyes’ much heralded yet deeply inconsistent managerial career.
Paul Little discusses the impact that Zinedine Zidane has had since taking over at Real Madrid, the reigning Champions League holders.
England’s dramatic late win over Slovakia gave Sam Allardyce his first win in charge but they are still too dull for Thomas Wyer.
It’s been a hectic with in U.S. soccer, and the Radio MLS crew break down all the big talking points including Landon Donovan’s comeback.