Hold the BackPage made a succesful return to podland last week, and Tom, Ger and Neil are here to follow it up with even more football talk.
Archive for March, 2011
Usman Ahmad looks at what he believes to be the three outstanding big guns of European football.
In his first article for BPF, Blair Grant desrcibes with great analogy the feeling we all get when watching the beautiful game.
As the international week draws to a close, Adam Digby looks at the state of the Azzurri and their policy on youth in his latest Al Volo column.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy worries about the dwindling attendances for recent Republic of Ireland internationals, reviews the Irish 2-1 win over Macedonia and looks ahead to Tuesday night’s friendly international with Uruguay.
Harvey Burgess looks at the often forgotten backline of what is a very strong Lille side currently leading the way in Ligue 1.
Ross Dunbar pays tribute to a Rangers and Scotland legend who passed away sadly around this time in 1995.
Brazil and Scotland met at The Emirates Stadium in London today, and we’ve got a tactical review of the game.
Robbie Deighan has all the details from the latest round of Airtricity League Premier Division games.
The debate around terracing at football matches has come up again this week, and Samuel Luckhurst has all the details on he push for change.