In the first part, we explored the undetected deals in Spain. This is the second part, where we delve into the deals that happened in the rest of Europe. The surprise wasn’t that the spending in England went out of hand. The surprise was by how much it did – Burnley, a Championship team, spent more on […]
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With their current form unimpressive and a tournament on home soil 12 months away, are France right to stick with Didier Deschamps, asks Craig Vickers.
As the Ligue 1 season reaches its conclusion, there’s no better time to look back at some of the major stories that unfolded.
A look at the relatively brief history of one of France’s biggest and most successful football clubs, Paris Saint-Germain.
After an early career that promised so much, Philippe Mexes is quickly turning into a comedy character at AC Milan, writes Oli Baise.
Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.
Florian Thauvin is one of the many positives from Marseille’s start to the Ligue 1 season, and he can only get better.
Brendán MacFarlane brings us five things learned from the past week’s action in Ligue 1.
Matt Carter assess the developments in Europe since the Women’s World Cup qualification journey began back in September.
The opening week in Ligue 1 threw up some interesting stories, here’s Brendán MacFarlane with the round up.