Football in Germany is beginning to sprout a generation of young, attacking, dynamic players, but what about the defenders? Cristian Nyari believes Mats Hummels is the unsung hero of this German revolution.
Archive for January, 2011
In his debut on Back Page Football, Domm Norris explains the financial plight that the Russian Premier League has found itself in and the stabilities that must be ensured to see it stay on it’s two feet.
Roy Hodgson may have left Liverpool but his tenure as manager at Anfield is still the subject of much debate.
This evening’s Twitter backlash as a result of The Guardian’s Gareth Bale story is just one in a line of many, and shows there is still a lot to learn when it comes to social networking and news reporting.
As the rich get richer in the higher echelons of football, the struggle for survival is all too prevelant up in Scotland with Queen of the South the latest to hit hard times.
Charlie Adam is a good signing in theory, but is he a good signing for Liverpool at this moment in time? Sammy Lee doesn’t believe so.
After a brief hiatus, In the Blog returned to Back Page Football this week, and taking the stand now is Alan Smithy of The Football Hobo.
The results are in for our two fantastic competitions which came courtesy of Setanta Ireland and FA Cup sponsors E.ON.
Just nine short years ago, Feyenoord were one of the finest teams in Europe having won the UEFA Cup. Less than six years ago they were still a regular competitor in Europe. Even last season there was a credible forth placed finish for De club van Zuid. This year there is a very realistic threat of relegation for the first time in their history.
“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” — Victor Hugo You are sitting in your dark room; smoking off your cigs and lungs, the night has darkened everything but the light of your monitor screen and the moonlight creeping inside your room off your window signals some [...]