In their twentieth season, MLS attendances are rising. But as the league grows it is time to assess what makes a derby match in MLS, asks Sean Maslin.
Paul Caulfield discusses university football as a pathway to the top, despite some of the scorn that it is often met with.
Owen Peters chats to Bristol Academy Coach David Edmondson about a career that has taken him all over the globe.
Andrew Lawrence reports on the sad story of Watford fan Nic Cruwys who was attacked and beaten after attending a game two weeks ago.
Sierra Godfrey discusses Atletico Madrid’s Champions League win and how talk of decline is premature.
Ben Barker dicsusses the chances of Patrick Bamford making a breakthrough at Stamford Bridge.
We spoke to a man who for a four year period made a living off gambling, profiting big on obscure teams and leagues – and even fixed matches.
Sean Meehan discusses the recent failure of English clubs in the UEFA Champions League and whether it is part of a wider cycle in European competitions.
Things haven’t started too well for Borussia Dortmund against Juventus tonight but the pre-match display in the stands was superb.
Rich Lloyd details the recent success of The New Saints FC and how more success can mean more uncertainty for the newly crowned Welsh champions.