The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Germany this weekend and Mary Kelly has put together a great preview for us.
Archive for June, 2011
Sunderland’s acquisition of Kieren Westwood has slipped under the radar amongst talk of big money moves but Andrew McCarten believes his signing is a shrewd one by Steve Bruce.
After a bit of a break from BPF, Ed Diggins is back with a new Off the Cuff column which looks at England’s latest international disaster.
Following on from yesterday’s first part of the Robbie Keane biography, Willie Gannon concludes the journey taken by Ireland’s record goal scorer.
It’s 25 years to the day since Diego Maradon’s famous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England, and Ger McCarthy remembers one of football’s most controversial moments.
This week’s Al Volo sees Adam Digby look at Juventus and the Old Lady’s involved in the European Cup down through the years.
Often an opinion divider, always a goal scorer, Robbie Keane is one of Ireland’s best strikers of all time, and Willie Gannon provides us with a concise overview of the Tallaght native’s career thus far.
We’ve got something a little different today for In The Blog as we chat to Craig Woods from the very witty The DA blog.
Chris Ledger remembers Frank Sidebottom, the lovable character of Chris Sievey who died this day last year.
With André Villas-Boas rumoured to be on the verge of taking over at Chelsea, Ciaran Kelly looks at whether the young manager can establish his own identity or will forever be labelled the ‘New Mourinho’.