New contributor Samuel Luckhurst debuts with a discussion on the eccentric Ian Holloway, and how painting his squad as a one-man side risks dismantling their feel-good factor.
Archive for January, 2011
In this week’s Al Volo, Adam Digby discusses the fantastic season happening at Palermo – who have yet to win silverware in Italian football.
There was a barrage of goals, a record breaking 27 in fact, over the latest weekend of A-League games, but the excitement of all that was completely overshadowed by the actions of one player.
Serie A update time, and Richard Chambers runs down another fascinating week in Italian top flight football.
After a brief hiatus, In the Blog returns. Today we welcome Domm Norris of Football Globe into our living room.
The first of a weekly column from Liam Newman, winding down the weekend’s Premier League action.
Does something seem different here? Welcome to the new and improved Back Page Football.
Australia may have reached the semi finals of the Asian Cup for the first time, but is the sports mad nation being given the opportunity to really care?
Willie Gannon argues the point that Mario Balotelli is the most important Italian player of all-time, not least the most important figure in Italy of his generation.
It was a hectic weekend in the Hyundai A-League, and while Kevin Muscat grabbed most of the headlines, Matt Greenlaw makes sure that another talking point doesn’t fall under the radar.