Professional football is promoted as the pinnacle of the sport, but does it bear any true relation to the game we love, asks Pavan Mano.
Posts Tagged ‘Football’
Tomos Knox looks at American Samoa’s 31-0 loss to Australia in 2001, and the scars the defeat left behind.
Tomos Knox looks at how Brazilian nationalism transformed Palestra Italia into a Brazilian team.
It’s not all about the big-money buys and there are some free agents who are capable of making an impact across Europe, writes Alex Wood.
Alex Wood discusses the evolution of the position between the posts and the new age “sweeper-keeper”.
Greg Lea tells the remarkable story of A.C Cesena who were on the brink of oblivion less than a year ago.
Stoke City look reinvigorated since Mark Hughes took over, and this season looks like it’s going to be their best yet.
Robert Redmond discusses Jose Mourinho and after a disappointing 2013/14 season, isn’t far from he himself being a managerial flop.
Why Ashley Wilkinson will never get over the cruelty of the season just gone.
Darren Holland discusses the significant appointment of Helena Costa as Clermont Foot manager.