Premier League clubs have struggled in the Champions League this season but, according to Richard Nash, it’s not all doom and gloom.
Archive for February, 2012
Back Page Football’s resident Champions League correspondent is back to preview Tuesday night’s UEFA Champions League round of sixteen ties between CSKA Moscow vs. Real Madrid and Napoli vs. Chelsea ahead of a busy week in Europe’s premier football competition.
Kieran Burke from the LoI Blog looks ahead to this season’s Airtricity League.
James Cartwright asks the question that pops up at leat once every four years.
Manchester United’s young goalkeeper has plenty of critics but James Hunt believes he’s simply not that bad.
Joe Cawley explains why Harry Redknapp may not be the answer to all of England’s international problems.
Sam Thompson looks at the tactics employed during Manchester United’s Europa League win over Ajax in Amsterdam on Thursday.
In light of Zambia’s emotional African Cup of Nations win, Adam Mills revisits the discussion surrounding the merits of international football.
Edison Cavani has lit up Serie A over the past two seasons, and Ciaran Kelly looks at what the future holds for the Uruguayan.
Dave Wood laments the abrupt ending of a groundbreaking co-managerial era, that an official club statement has described as “the finest sustained spell of success in [Barrow AFC’s] 111-year history”.