Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy takes a nostalgic look back at World Cup 1982 which was held in Spain and the player who had the biggest impact on the tournament: Italy’s returning hero Paolo Rossi.
Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’
The U21 European Championships wasn’t enough. The U17 World Cup wasn’t enough. The Women’s World Cup wasn’t enough. No, we need our proper football fix and it’s finally here in the shape of the culture and exoticism of the 2011 Copa America.
As River Plate suffered their first relegation in over 100 years of existence, Gaurav Dhar takes us through an interesting night of watching South American football.
The Women’s World Cup kicks off in Germany this weekend and Mary Kelly has put together a great preview for us.
Cillian O’Neill is back with the second lot of players to watch out for as transfer silly season gets into full swing around Europe.
Brazil and Scotland met at The Emirates Stadium in London today, and we’ve got a tactical review of the game.
Scotland meet Brazil on March 27th for the first time in 13 years, and Martin Campbell is just a little bit excited about the game.
With the start of the Russia Premier League on the horizon, Anzhi Makhachkala have set about strengthening their squad with some high profile signings.
In the final installment of his tribute series, Kevin Doran reflects on what Ronaldo meant to a generation of football fans, and what made the Brazilian so special.
In the penultimate episode of his Ronaldo tribute series, Kevin Doran takes a look at the goal that left one of football’s most cultivated managers and most revered professionals in disbelief.