Sean Maslin looks at the U.S. under 20 side of whom some big things are, perhaps unrealistically, expected at the World Cup in New Zealand.
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Alan Moore discusses irony in the context of the latest FIFA revelations, as well as past World Cup bids under Sepp Blatter’s watch.
The 2015 Women’s World Cup is promising to be the biggest tournament yet, for both the sport and Canada, as Lisa Higgins explains.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little pay tribute to Bill O’Herlihy, discuss Sepp Blatter and the FIFA arrests, and review the final weekend in the Premier League.
Alan Moore offers his thoughts on FIFA in the wake of the arrests that are set to heap intense scrutiny onto the game’s governing body.
Lisa Higgins looks at the qualities that suggest that Germany will the team to beat in the 2015 Women’s World Cup.
Lisa Higgins looks at the human cost that has come with awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.
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.