Author Stephen O’Donnell discusses football fiction and how important it can be for highlighting more than just sporting issues.
Archive for the ‘World Football’ Category
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.
Caribbean football is on the rise thanks, in part, to the improvement of the domestic game. Juan D’Angelo speaks to one of the Dominican Republic’s latest domestic stars, Ezequiel Listello.
The change in leadership of the Brazilian national team led to a large scale overhaul of the squad, Ellis King assesses what has changed in the Brazil camp.
The New York Cosmos might have been the big name on the marquee last Wednesday night but it was Cuban football that took centre stage.
As England prepare to play their World Cup opener against France on Tuesday, Lisa Higgins looks at the prospects for the lionesses.
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.
The manner of how Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea side win games has been a hot topic of conversation lately, but what difference does it make?
Juan D’Angelo talks to Santiago Falbo about his career that has taken to him to a number of different environments around the world.