Neil Sherwin casts an eye over the opening game of Group D where England and France played out a 1-1 draw in Donetsk.
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France picked up a good win away to Germany mideweek and are making strides to get out of their slump of recent years.
Dave Wood discusses a handful of intriguing deadline day moves.
Tony Mogan looks at how some of the big summer exports from La Liga and Ligue 1 have gotten on sofar this season.
BPF’s resident Champions League expert Ger McCarthy previews all of tomorrow night’s action.
Ger McCarthy rounds up the opening gameweek of Champions League action for 2011/12 as Trabzonspor pulled off the first shock of the group stages.
With a lot of ‘new money’ around Europe at the moment, Kyle Morse takes a look at one of the beneficiaries – Paris Saint Germain.
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy takes a nostalgic look back at World Cup 1982 and one of the most amazing games ever to grace the competition between West Germany and France.
At 32 years of age Nicholas Anelka hasn’t got many years left in him and Matthew Kenny looks at what the future could hold for Le Sulk.
It’s an important summer for Blaise Matuidi of St. Etienne as he decides whether to stick out in Ligue 1 or head for pastures new, writes Jamie Dalton.