Easy access to high profile football leagues is having ramifications for domestic competitions elsewhere across the globe.
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Alan Moore discusses group think and how it leads to a lack of integrity when it comes to reporting on the stories that should matter most in sport.
Trophies, shirts, boots, and signed balls are all football related items which can be very valuable for collectors when they have some historical significance.
Sarthak Kumar delves into the depths of time, when the Japanese football team, having no international prestige, started building one in Berlin.
In another dispatch from Moscow, Alan Moore discusses how Russian football is failing its youth.
Alan Moore brings to the light the pay issues impacting professional footballers in Russia.
Alan Moore begins his in depth look at arguably the biggest issue in Russian football.
Sepp Blatter’s first press conference since announcing his resignation was dramatically interrupted – and that wasn’t even the most interesting part, writes Pavan Mano
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.
Tomos Knox looks at American Samoa’s 31-0 loss to Australia in 2001, and the scars the defeat left behind.