Sarthak Kumar delves into the depths of time, when the Japanese football team, having no international prestige, started building one in Berlin.
Posts Tagged ‘Asia’
War-torn and without a home. Syria’s National Team have had a turbulent few years but are on the right path to recovery, writes Jordan Leaver.
Fikri Jermadi looks at Asia’s first World Cup team and how it took part in the tournament it never qualified for.
Juan D’Angelo catches up with Spanish defender Daniel Cancela who is plying his trade far from home.
After a disastrous World Cup, Korea are looking to rebuild under the guidance of Uli Stielike, writes Duncan Elder.
Ross Davis takes a look at Swansea City’s exciting playmaker Ki Sung-Yueng who has had a great start to the new season.
Jim Keoghan discusses India’s potential to rise in football after a World Cup where teams on the periphery played above expectations.
Pavan Mano discusses football prosperity in one of South-east Asia’s most developed nations, thanks to years of forward-planning.
Siddharth Sharma provides an update on the current state of football in India.
Sion Cleaver looks at Liverpool’s attempts to break away from the current Premier League television rights deal.