Lisa Higgins looks at the human cost that has come with awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.
Archive for the ‘World Cup’ Category
Fikri Jermadi looks at Asia’s first World Cup team and how it took part in the tournament it never qualified for.
Gareth Bland revisits Italy’s 1978 World cup campaign and the revolutionary work of coach Enzo Bearzot.
Wayne Farry believes that enough is enough when it comes to the Qatar World Cup and more of the game’s leading figures need to take action.
Alan Moore continues to ask questions of FIFA who don’t necessarily control all aspects of the game that they are supposed to.
Gareth Bland continues his look back at the 1986 Mexico World Cup where West Germany were one of the standout performers.
Gareth Bland goes back almost 30 years for an in depth look at West Germany and their performance at the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.
Controversy over the use of synthetic surfaces for this year’s Women’s World Cup has been dismissed by one of the suppliers for this year’s tournament.
Alan Moore brings us up to speed with the current state of play in Russian football.
Nathaniel Shaughnessy explains why the FIFA awards during World Cup years invariably become self indulgent, egotistical and pointless.