Zlatan Ibrahimovic was the hero as AC downed Inter in the Milan derby at the San Siro, while Lazio slumped to their second defeat in as many games to relinquish top spot.
Archive for November, 2010
Benzema is the heartbreaker as Real dig deep to remain top while a brace from Messi keeps the Champions snapping at their heals. Joseph Sexton, Back Page Football’s newest recruit, fills us in.
Once labelled the ‘Fox in the Box’, Francis Jeffers enjoyed a great start to the latest chapter in a rollercoaster career when he stepped out in Newcastle Jets colours for the first time.
The NFL made its annual pilgrimage to London recently, and Kevin Coleman has been mulling over which footballers have the potential to swap shin pads for shoulder pads.
After a set of two-legged affairs in the quarterfinals, Major League Soccer is down to it’s final four teams: Los Angeles Galaxy, FC Dallas, Colorado Rapids and San Jose Earthquakes.
There have been changes aplenty at Liverpool in recent weeks, but there is one position that has still not been addressed, writes Ashley Escobar.
Today marks the final game of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), and Jody Moylan looks back at the events that lead to their demise.
It’s every BackPageFootball reader’s favourite time of the week, and Hold the BackPage returns for episode 16. Joining Ciaran O’Raghallaigh in the studio is Paddy Power’s Chris McWilliams, Philip Quinn of the Daily Mail joins the lads by phone, and there’s the latest edition of our ever popular TipOff! competition.
Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez has been through a lot at the tender age of just 25, and Vampy Archer takes a closer look at the man who for a long time looked to have lost his way.
The top two continue to have daylight between themselves and the chasing pack despite Brisbane Roar comprehensively defeating Adelaide United in their first clash of the season.