Ahead of the Premier League v La Liga Champions League Final, Ollie Jackson gives his thoughts on why English clubs need to emulate the success of Barcelona’s youth system.
Archive for May, 2011
With La Liga done and dusted, Joseph Sexton wraps up the most recent action and also offers his Team of the Season.
Tom, Ger and Neil are back for another week, tumbleweeds in tow, and are joined by BPF contributor Willie Gannon to wrap up the last weekend of the Premier League season, hand out a few awards, and look forward to the Champions League Final.
Gaurav Dhar hails the return of Kenny Dalglish to Anfield this season, highlighting the qualities and standards he instills in the players and people around him.
Gareth McKnight reviews this season’s Champions League campaign, which comes to an exciting climax this Saturday in Wembley.
Following Northern Ireland’s embarrassing 5-0 loss to Ireland in the Nations Cup, Brian Irvine revisits the debate over players and the allegiances.
As football continues to grow in the US, Bill Jolly recounts his own story of how he found the beautiful game.
Ahead of Saturday’s eagerly anticipated Champions League final between Manchester United and Barcelona, Ger McCarthy looks at the massive challenge facing Sir Alex Ferguson’s side as they attempt to wrestle the trophy from the Catalan’s grasp.
Manchester City have just enjoyed their best ever Premier League season, and Jack Sumner believes that they are now the real deal.
Polish football expert Jakub Krzyzostaniak is back, and in his latest piece he looks at a bleak future ahead for the Euro 2012 co-hosts following a troubled filled domestic cup final.