Khaya Mayo wonders why football has taken so long to embrace technology like other sports.
Posts Tagged ‘FIFA’
In the latest One 2 Watch, Ben Pinkney features Brazilian and Sao Paolo talent Lucas Moura
Almost 18 months on from the World Cup in South Africa, David Brown looks at the impact it has had on the game in that region.
Kosovo’s most famous footballer has called for FIFA to recognise his homeland, writes Dave Wood.
There’s an international feel to this week’s Hold the BackPage as Neil Sherwin is joined by Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon to discuss Ireland’s qualification for the European Championships, as well all the latest on the ongoing racism sagas and the weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
David Brown looks at the latest Manchester City project and wonders about the reasoning behind Etihad Campus.
It might be more than three years until the next World Cup but qualifying has just gotten underway with Belize and Montserrat chasing their own impossible dream.
After a very successful season, Rangers have suffered a blow this week with the news that Madjid Bougherra wants out, and is willing to exploit FIFA’s ‘Webster Ruling’ and buy out his own contract.
James Dixon looks at a small but possibly significant shift in the voting powers of each of FIFA’s confederations.
Actions off the pitch have taken centre stage this week with FIFA President Sepp Blatter denying allegations of corruption, much to the scoffed amusement of Thomas Gaunt.