England’s dramatic late win over Slovakia gave Sam Allardyce his first win in charge but they are still too dull for Thomas Wyer.
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Pep Guardiola has wasted no time in shaking up the Manchester City squad with a number of new faces arriving at the Etihad Stadium over the summer.
After a disappointing year, there were doubts about Raheem Sterling’s ability to bounce back but under new manger Pep Guardiola he has done just that.
Alan Moore discusses fair pay for players in Russia as the country’s football system continues to decline and the national team struggles on the big stage.
Radio MLS is back for another week to discuss Jurgen Klinsmann’s future with the USMNT, as well as Tim Howard suiting up for the Colorado Rapids.
As England look to end 50 years without a major international trophy, Wayne Rooney may be their focal point for the last time.
With England taking an exciting young squad to Euro 16, there is optimism around how far Roy Hodgson’s side can go at the tournament.
Roy Hodgson still has some big decisions to make with his England team selection as we edge closer to the European Championships.
Andy McDougall discusses recent examples of English born footballers turning out for Scotland and whether there is a more elegant solution to the question of nationality in football.
Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.