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.
Archive for the ‘World Football’ Category
International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
War-torn and without a home. Syria’s National Team have had a turbulent few years but are on the right path to recovery, writes Jordan Leaver.
Paul Murphy outlines the rise of the Thai Premier League and how from humble beginnings, the league is threatening to become one of the biggest in Asia.
For months supporters and fans alike have clamored for change in FIFA. But do they want it done?
Thomas Wyer discusses how Turkish giants Galatasaray must change how they are run and operated in order to avoid a path towards European irrelevance.
Work permit problems have been frustrating Premier League clubs since its formation in 1992, Ellis King assesses the repercussions and potential solutions.
Ellis King explores how Peru have turned their fortunes around under the recently-appointed Ricardo Gareca.
Author Stephen O’Donnell discusses football fiction and how important it can be for highlighting more than just sporting issues.
Recent years have seen a rise in Brits venturing to Belgium to progress their footballing careers, Ellis King assesses what Belgian football has to offer.