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
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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.
Callum Farrell uses the story of American Samoa to discuss the possibility of bigger nations aiding the development of smaller ones.
Gerry Farrell discusses the experiences of Irish players overseas and how more moves to leagues other than those in England are good for the future.
Three reasons why Özil has been unable to maintain his high standards in the last twelve months.
Dan Rawley looks at American Samoa’s good showing at the recent Oceania under-20 Championship.
With Argentina kicking off their World Cup campaign later today, Darren Holland discusses their chances of delivering on so much promise.