As 2016 draws to a close, we look back at some of the feel good football stories during what was at times a challenging 12 months for many.
Posts Tagged ‘Iceland’
We’re down to the last four at EURO 2016 and Neil Sherwin and Paul Little discuss who they think will make it to Sunday’s Final in Paris.
Gerry Farrell rewinds more than five decades to take a look at Ireland’s often forgotten qualifying campaign for the 1964 European Nations’ Cup.
Andrew Smith explores whether or not the so called minnows of Europe are showing improvement and becoming more competitive.
As we approach the home stretch of Euro 2016 qualification, the competition looks as open as ever, with the potential for an unexpected winner, writes Ellis King
Alan Moore discusses the return of the major European competitions as a number of League of Ireland sides prepare for battle.
Johann Sigurdsson brings us the story of Leiknir Reykjavik who are getting ready for their maiden campaign in Iceland’s Pepsi League.
Rick Lloyd looks back on UMF Stjarnan’s thrilling league campaign where the Icelanders went unbeaten.
They may have just missed out on next year’s World Cup but Iceland are setting themselves up for a bright future, writes Paul Little.
Stefan Kelly takes a look at player development with Belgium and Germany two of the countries leading the way.