Neil Sherwin sifts through a copy of Turf Quarterly, a free football publication based in Australia that covers the world game.
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It’s been another big year for Back Page Football as we published almost 1000 articles that covered news, views and opinion from all across the globe.
Charles Pulling reviews the latest instalment of the legendary management simulation to find out if Football Manager 2016 is a title winner or a relegation candidate.
The English football season is back, prompting Philip Greene to take knee jerk reactions to task.
As the Ligue 1 season reaches its conclusion, there’s no better time to look back at some of the major stories that unfolded.
For many years the football management simulation genre has been dominated by a certain title that needs no introduction. Its popularity is seemingly going from strength to strength. But that does not mean that there is not room in the market for other titles to carve out a niche, and one of the newest on […]
James Nolan reviews what has been a strong decade for football in the Ivory Coast as a legend calls it a day.
As Harry Redknapp departs Loftus Road, James Nolan reviews his time in charge of QPR.
Andy McDougall gets his teeth into the second novel by Stephen O’Donnell, ‘Scotball’.
Andy Brassell’s “All or Nothing: A Season In the Life of the Champions League” takes a comprehensive at the characters and teams of the 2003/04 season.