An all too common argument is that money is ruining English football but this simply isn’t true, writes Thomas Wyer.
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With UEFA handing down a season-long ban to Galatasaray for breaching regulations, Thomas Wyer discusses why Financial Fair Play is failing in the very thing it sets out to do.
Football has never been a business before, but is about to become one and this is good news all round, writes Thomas Wyer.
James Clancy praises Mick McCarthy who has been slowly but surely reversing the fortunes of Ipswich Town.
The npower Championship is heating up and James Knight has all the latest from England’s second tier, including the clash between the top two.
With 9 games played apiece and with nearly 300 goals scored in just over 7 weeks of action, it seems a fitting time to have a look back at the opening few weeks of the Championship… and where else to start than the West Londoners running away with the league already? Whilst you might be […]
Under fire Ipswich Town manager Roy Keane has today been given the club’s backing despite an horrendous start to the season that has seen them pick up just five points from their opening ten games, leaving them rooted to the bottom of the Championship. When asked to comment on the situation, chief executive Simon Clegg […]
Ian Walsh brings us his weekly column Home Views, where he looks at Irish football and players. Today, he examines why Shane Supple decided to quit football with Ipswich Town for ventures elsewhere. A little over a month ago Shane Supple walked away from Ipswich Town just weeks after being awarded a lucrative new contract […]