Bob Bradley, the former United States Men’s National Team coach, has signed on to coach Swansea City.
Alan Moore looks at corruption in football in the aftermath of Sam Allardyce’s rapid demise just 67 days into his tenure as England manager.
Wayne Rooney must accept the realities of his limitations if he is to continue his illustrious Manchester United career, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
The Radio MLS podcast looks at two Englands – one at the centre of a managerial controversy and the other trying to get above the red line in MLS.
In a guest post for BackPageFootball, the creator of The History of Goal Nets blog laments the loss of individuality in modern football’s ‘onion bags’.
Losing their star striker to their league rivals was a body blow for Napoli, but they are showing signs of strength early on, writes Paul Little.
Alan Moore reports on the news that Vitali Mutko remains at the helm of Russian football following last week’s election.
Alan Moore gives us the lowdown on the candidates for the Presidency of the Russian Football Union ahead of the upcoming election.
Many attempts have been made by Europe’s elite to transition towards a European ‘Super League’, but that reality may be creeping closer to reality, writes Ross Findlay.
Ireland face another arduous World Cup qualifying campaign, but with shifted expectations, they should start playing and winning like favourites, writes Feargal Brennan.