Gerry Farrell looks at the monopoly a group of clubs currently enjoy when it comes to European competition.
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Do Andy Carroll’s Anfield travails point to an English future for the Director of Football model?
Dave Wood calls for a new order to emerge, amidst widespread mainstream media ignorance of penalty shoot-out statistics.
Gareth McKnight reviews this season’s Champions League campaign, which comes to an exciting climax this Saturday in Wembley.
Tottenham will face Real Madrid in the Champions League quarter finals, and Liam Milner believes that they have every chance of emulating a recent English winner of the competition.
England’s hopes of Euro 2009 glory were shattered by ruthless Germany despite a battling effort in a compelling final. Goals from Karen Carney and Kelly Smith twice kept England in contention in Helsinki but the world champions were ultimately far too strong as they secured a fifth successive continental title with a 6-2 victory. Prolific […]
Kevin Coleman gives his view on this season’s Champions League Group Stage draw as champions Barcelona meet Internazionale, runners-up Manchester Utd draw Wolfsburg and Real Madrid clash with AC Milan. Group A: Bayern Munchen (GER), Juventus (ITA), Bordeaux (FRA), Maccabi Haifa (ISR) German giants Bayern Munchen meet Italian side Juventus in the opening group of […]
Celtic will have to look forward to playing in the Europa League this year as Arsenal knocked them out with a comprehensive 3-1 victory at the Emirates stadium, to give the Londoners a 5-1 aggregate victory. Nearly 60,000 fans turned out to see what was always going to be an uphill struggle for Celtic after […]
Celtic 0-2 Arsenal You’d have to wonder what it felt like for Cesc Fabregas being the first in his Arsenal team to walk out onto Parkhead. There are only a handful of stadia worldwide that could be said to generate the same atmosphere when full of fans. Much of the pre-game chatter from pundits centred […]
Real Madrid have dominated the transfer market this summer, but who else have been making changes around Europe? Here are five great summer transfers from around the continent. Diego Werder Bremen to Juventus (€24.5m) The Brazilian dynamo is undoubtedly one of the biggest talents in the world, and earned himself a big money move to […]