It’s Monday morning and we’ve got some brain stimulation for you as Willie Gannon looks at the correlation between an award winning movie and the Premier League.
Archive for February, 2011
A man just as integral to Barcelona and Spain’s successes as his other glamorous teammates. The man who scored the winning goal at the World Cup in South Africa. One of the most truly gifted footballers in the world. 2010, you could say, was the year Andres Iniesta became a worlwide name. Chris Mann tells us all about him.
The Den Haag success story keeps getting more vivid, Feyenoord (or at least Diego Bisewar) put some daylight between themselves and the drop and is there hope for Willem II? All the goings on from Week 23, a week of some quite brilliant goals.
To truly praise those who made the top five of our list, we believed each deserved an individual article. Coming in at number five in the Top 50 Players in the World – Real Madrid and Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo.
Juventus haven’t enjoyed the best of seasons so far, but Rory Hanna believes there is potential for the club to return to former glories.
After a scintillating meeting in the Scottish Cup at the beginning of the month, Celtic and Rangers look horns in a battle for three important points this Sunday.
In the final installment of his tribute series, Kevin Doran reflects on what Ronaldo meant to a generation of football fans, and what made the Brazilian so special.
The npower Championship is heating up and James Knight has all the latest from England’s second tier, including the clash between the top two.
We’ve hit the business end of things in the Top 50 as the countdown moves into single figures with two Barca stars, two German internationals and a World Cup Golden Ball winner.
Manchester City and Chelsea spent big during the January transfer window but Markus Jensen believes that their cash flashing and lack of patience is of little use in the quest for glory.