Harry Trend looks at the continued progress being made by Fiji as they prepare to take part in the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio.
Posts Tagged ‘International football’
Andy McDougall discusses recent examples of English born footballers turning out for Scotland and whether there is a more elegant solution to the question of nationality in football.
International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
Jon Naylor questions FA Chairman Greg Dyke’s excuses for England’s failures in recent international competitions.
James Clancy discusses the waning interest in watching countries go head to head.
Conor Clancy is optimistic about Ireland’s future despite their slim prospects of qualifying for Brazil 2014.
In the wake of another Mario Balotelli goal, Conor Clancy discusses attitudes towards the Italian.
With Il Trap’s contract with the FAI due to expire after the 2012 European Championships, Willie Gannon looks at what they future may hold for the Italian.
Number 11 has landed, and in this week’s HTBP podcast we’re joined as ever by Ciaran O’ Raghallaigh and Neil Ahern who speak with James Appell about Ireland’s next opponents Russia, we have an exclusive interview with Ireland and Portsmouth midfielder Liam Lawrence, as well as having a few words with former Irish striker Don Givens, while James Baxter is on to talk Slovakia.