As opposed to many countries throughout the world, soccer in the United States is an upper-middle class sport. Sean Maslin asks can US Soccer bridge the inequality gap?
Archive for the ‘World’ Category
The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
After a disastrous World Cup, Korea are looking to rebuild under the guidance of Uli Stielike, writes Duncan Elder.
Jurgen Klinsmann, the United States Soccer Federation, the USSF Academy system and the MLS are not developing U.S. soccer for the future.
Andrew Flint brings you the latest on everyone’s favourite Siberian football team.
With the Indian Super League ready to kick off this Sunday, here’s a look at all the teams and how the teams stack up.
Wasi Manazir provides analysis of how Qatar’s purchase of the Belgian team, KAS Eupen, might have ulterior motives to strengthen the Qatar national team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Delve into the world of Siberian football as Andrew Flint brings you the second instalment of his monthly review of FC Tyumen, everyone’s favourite Russian team.
Why the most pressing issue for the English national team at the moment might not be their lack of ability, but the lack of interest.
The Dutch have always produced exciting batches of talent players, but how will the latest group fare? Here’s Ger Deegan.