Alan Moore looks at corruption in football in the aftermath of Sam Allardyce’s rapid demise just 67 days into his tenure as England manager.
Archive for the ‘World Football’ Category
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.
Ross Findlay takes a look at Syria whose bid to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia continues with this week’s qualifiers.
Including the Champions League to the World Cup, a look at some of the best and most memorable football trophies from across the globe.
As Japanese coach Toshiya Miura leaves Vietnam, Fikri Jermadi looks back at the silk and steel impact of his reign.
Trophies, shirts, boots, and signed balls are all football related items which can be very valuable for collectors when they have some historical significance.
Fikri Jermadi looks at the significance of Selangor FA’s latest Malaysia Cup win under Mehmet Durakovic.
Paul Murphy looks at BEC Tero Sasana from Thailand who are no longer the club that they once were.
Thomas Wyer discusses the reasons why China is about to burst onto the scene, both internationally and domestically.
Football has never been a business before, but is about to become one and this is good news all round, writes Thomas Wyer.