BackPageFootball regular Ciaran Kelly talks about his first full publication and provides us with an exclusive extract from the Johan Cruyff biography.
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Ciaran Kelly looks at the career of one of the all time great strikers.
The second part of Ciaran Kelly’s look at the life and times of José Mourinho.
Ciaran Kelly heads back 20 years to look at Graham Taylor’s tenure as England boss.
Ashley Wilkinson looks at the progress of Nigel Clough as he attempts to step out of his father’s massive managerial shadow.
This week, Ciaran Kelly writes about Brian Clough and Peter Taylor.
This week’s trip through the history books sees England toiling, the birth of one of football’s great rivalries, controversial ‘keepers, clashing egos and some dodgy dealings in Yorkshire. October 12 England booked their place at the last World Cup today in 2005, when Frank Lampard volleyed home a late winner against Poland to ensure the […]
This week’s trip down memory lane sees the invention of the penalty kick, the first-ever televised match and the passing of one of the game’s all-time greats. September 14 The humble penalty kick: scourge of England, masterminded by Germany, invented by an Irishman and first seen today in 1891. In order to stop the excessive […]