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.
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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.
Andrew Flint looks at all former English Premier League players currently in Russia, and assesses their chances of playing time and success this season.
Andrew Flint welcomes you to the first in a monthly series charting the trials and tribulations of following your new favourite Russian second tier team, FK Tyumen
Africa is set to lose some of its biggest icons – can the void be filled to ensure that the continent continues to be represented at the highest level?
James Rodgers offers his thoughts on Major League Soccer which continues to enjoy year-on-year growth.
Jim Keoghan discusses India’s potential to rise in football after a World Cup where teams on the periphery played above expectations.
Andrew Flint unravels the paradox of following a little-known team in the largest country on earth, where accusations of racism and homophobia are just two of the obstacles to be dealt with. Introducing FK Tyumen: a team who don’t do things by half.