As River Plate suffered their first relegation in over 100 years of existence, Gaurav Dhar takes us through an interesting night of watching South American football.
Archive for June, 2011
Martin Campbell is back with more transfer news from the Scottish Premier League.
In this week’s Al Volo, Adam Digby looks at a young Inter Milan full back who is having to bide his time before getting the opportunity to make the most of his undoubted talents.
It’s probably the most important summer yet for the career of Emmanuel Adebayor, and Andrew McCarten wonders what might be next for the Togolese striker.
Vladimir Romanov has proven to be more than just a little colourful since taking over at Hearts in 2005, and Martin Campbell brings us news of possibly his craziest moment yet.
In his first article for BPF, Ibrahim Akkas takes a look at the number of nationals representing the 2009/10 top four in the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A and Bundesliga.
From Tardelli to Inzaghi, Italians have never been ones to hide their emotions, and Joel Sked looks at their history of over enthusiasm.
As Andrea Villas-Boas sifts through his Chelsea squad over the next few, Andrew McCarten believes that there is one are in particular needing more focus than others.
We’re off to Scandanavia as Derek Wilson brings us news from Sweden where clubs are struggling for consistency and regualr success both at home and on the European stage.
No Ger this week but BPF columnist Willie Gannon joins Tom and Neil to discuss the career of Robbie Keane, Ashley Young’s move to Manchester United and the latest English failing at international level.