In the first part of a series, Samiran Mishra traces the cultural and historical roots of the World’s favourite game, starting with ancient origins in South and Central America.
Archive for the ‘South America’ Category
In the last edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for more under the radar deals around the world.
Thomas Wyer analyses why Shakhtar Donetsk, Olympique Lyonnais and FC Porto succeed in the transfer market, and what other clubs can do to emulate them.
In the first edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for under the radar deals, starting with Spain.
Work permit problems have been frustrating Premier League clubs since its formation in 1992, Ellis King assesses the repercussions and potential solutions.
Alcides Ghiggia was the World Cup winning hero for Uruguay in 1950. His tale is as dramatic today as it was then, writes Aidan Williams.
Philip Greene discusses the career of Adriano and how memories of his fleeting brilliance occur in both the real world and virtual realm.
Ellis King explores how Peru have turned their fortunes around under the recently-appointed Ricardo Gareca.
The change in leadership of the Brazilian national team led to a large scale overhaul of the squad, Ellis King assesses what has changed in the Brazil camp.
With Copa America 2015 under a week away Ellis King identifies the most influential attacker each nation has to offer.