Niall Noonan takes us back to the last time of Juventus’ last Champions League triumph in 1996.
Posts Tagged ‘FC Barcelona’
With two greats of European football leaving their respective homes, Juan D’Angelo bids goodbye to Gerrard and Xavi.
After spending over €100 million so far this summer, Cameron Strutt wonders if Atletico can repeat their La Liga success of last season.
When Liverpool were under the hellish ownership of George Gillett and Tom Hicks the news of a big money move out of the club would send shivers down the spines of near enough all Kopites. But even under the encouraging and secure stewardship of John Henry’s Fenway Sports Group the news of defender Daniel Agger’s […]
A fantastic in depth look at arguably Europe’s two best sides over the past 20 years.
The knock-out phase of the 2012 Champions League begins on Valentine’s night with two intriguing fixtures to welcome back Europe’s premier football competition writes BPF’s Ger McCarthy.
Another El Clasico, another Barcelona victory and another controversial moment involving Lionel Messi. Just your average Wednesday night showdown then between two of football’s bitterest rivals writes Ger McCarthy.
The title speaks for itself as Eoghan Keegan looks at the financials of the game.