As the Barcelona praise floods in following the Champions League Final, there is little higher than that of one of the greatest managers the game has seen.
Archive for May, 2011
With all the weekend focus firmly on the Champions League Final, the rather intriguing friendly between Germany and Uruguay slipped under the radar, however Gaurav Dhar was watching for us.
Just when you thought football had finished for the summer, another mouth watering game pops up in the form of the Championship Playoff Final between Reading and Swansea at Wembley.
Ross Dunbar looks at the influx of Asian players into the Bundesliga and the influence that they have had on their respective sides.
With the world waxing lyrical about the brilliance of Barcelona Tom Gaunt takes a look at the implications for the Champions League runners up.
Following Barcelona’s demolition of Manchester United in the Champions League Final, Willie Gannon reports on one of the best team performances ever seen.
[liveblog] Hello and welcome to the second outing of the Back Page Football liveblog feature, where I’ll take you through the biggest game of the season here in Wembley (I’m not actually there, we’re not that big. Yet.). The Champions League comes to an exciting climax this evening, as Manchester United face what many regard […]
Ahead of tonight’s Champions League Final, Neil O’Hara looks at the similarities shared between each side and great teams from their club’s past.
Willie Gannon analyses tomorrow’s Champions League final in Wembley, as Manchester United meet Barcelona.
After their relegation to the Championship, Ciaran Kelly discusses the situation at West Ham under the control of Gold and Sullivan, and what could be done to regain Premier League status once again.