Pavan Mano wonders if FIFA will at long last take a firm stance against racism as it threatens to rear its ugly head once more.
Posts Tagged ‘International’
Pavan Mano asks why we naively continue to expect loyalty from professional footballers despite having been let down countless times before.
Brett Curtis believes that it’s time for a changing of the guard at left back for England.
Gavin Cooney welcomes the return of a Brazilian star to the international fold.
Alex Byers discusses the idea of having pre-qualifying tournaments for Europe’s smaller nations when it comes to competing for places at the World Cup.
The catalyst of Huddersfield Town’s success has faded into coaching obscurity, writes Dave Wood.
Kosovo’s most famous footballer has called for FIFA to recognise his homeland, writes Dave Wood.
It’s 25 years to the day since Diego Maradon’s famous ‘Hand of God’ goal against England, and Ger McCarthy remembers one of football’s most controversial moments.
With all the weekend focus firmly on the Champions League Final, the rather intriguing friendly between Germany and Uruguay slipped under the radar, however Gaurav Dhar was watching for us.
England’s hopes of Euro 2009 glory were shattered by ruthless Germany despite a battling effort in a compelling final. Goals from Karen Carney and Kelly Smith twice kept England in contention in Helsinki but the world champions were ultimately far too strong as they secured a fifth successive continental title with a 6-2 victory. Prolific […]