Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.
Posts Tagged ‘Barcelona’
Paul Little believes that the time has come for Barcelona to move on from one of its favourite sons.
A look at the history of friendship between Louis Van Gaal and Jose Mourinho as they set to go head-to-head this Sunday in the Premier League.
On the cusp of breaking Telmo Zarra’s 59-year-old record, Lionel Messi’s consistent brilliance often obscures his genius. That should never be the case.
Matt Gault looks at Valencia’s rise and impressive start to the season under new boss Nuno Espírito Santo
Matthew Coyle tells the life story of one of Ireland’s forgotten footballing legends, Patrick O’Connell.
With ‘parking the bus’ becoming more commonplace, Cormac O’Shea discusses the method that has divided football tactics.
Robert Redmond discusses Jose Mourinho and after a disappointing 2013/14 season, isn’t far from he himself being a managerial flop.
Matt Gault looks at some of the smaller clubs in European football as they attempt to advance in UEFA’s respective club competitions
Shubhayan Sengupta ponders the role that Luis Suarez will play now that he has switched to the Camp Nou.