It went down to the wire but Shamrock Rovers finally claimed their first league title in 16 years with a point against Bray Wanderers on Friday night.
Archive for October, 2010
FIFA regularly comes in for some must justified criticism, and Sammy Lee looks at the latest actions of the game’s governing body.
This weekend promises to be a thrilling one for the neutral and what better way to add a little excitement to it than having a cheeky flutter. With two derby matches on the cards it is only right to focus on these for the weekend’s tips. But I will also be sharing my picks for […]
Michael Orr previews the first round of Playoffs in the MLS with Columbus, Colorado, DC Dallas, Real Salt Lake, San Jose and New York amongst those in action this weekend.
Episode 14 of Hold the BackPage sees Ciaran and Neil preview this weekend’s League of Ireland climax with Shelbourne boss Alan Matthews, talk about the history of Belfast Celtic Football Club with Charlie Tully, and look forward to the coming weekend’s games and the latest round of Tip Off! with Paddy Power’s Chris McWilliams.
Following stints in Spain and France, Hugo Leal has found his way back to Portuguese football and is one to watch as plys his trade for Vitoria de Setubal.
Pitch invaders always add a bit of comic relief to otherwise serious football matches, but Sunderland’s own Pink Panther is hoping to raise more than just a giggle from his fellow supporters.
Wins for both Adelaide United and Brisbane Roar in Round 11 of the A-League has seen both sides pull away from third placed Gold Coast United.
Richard Chambers returns to bring us up to speed on the latest round of Serie A action which included a much maligned lunch time kick off, an uncooperative mascot and an important win for the league’s bottom side.
A particularly short and to the point look back this week readers, suppose it’s time to wheel out the old “quality not quantity” line then……
Chelsea cruise on, United and Liverpool stop their respective rots and Arsenal finally topple a big club… more inside.