Alex Richards on the first lot of Confederations Cup games.
Posts Tagged ‘Japan’
Ger McCarthy reviews a weekend of shocks in the Olympic men’s football tournament and predicts who will progress to the knockout stages.
James Hunt believes that the acquisition of Shinji Kagawa by Manchester United will be more important on the pitch than off it.
Adam McDaid looks at how Japan’s Vegalta Sendai FC have bounced back from last years tsunami that wiped out a large part of the region.
Ross Dunbar looks at the influx of Asian players into the Bundesliga and the influence that they have had on their respective sides.
Australia and Japan go head to head in the latest instalment of a long standing rivalry when they do battle in the 2011 Asian Cup Final in Qatar.
In his first article for BackPageFootball.com, Terence Ong fills us in on the latest from the ASEAN Football Championships.
BackPageFootball looks at another up and coming young gun who is currently setting the Bundesliga alight.
The final last sixteen day managed just one goal in open play. We had to wait for over 180 minutes of football before David Villa scored Spain’s winner in a tight Iberian derby with Portugal. Paraguay, meanwhile, left their victory until penalties where they remained unfazed and converted all five, knocking out Japan in one […]
Having had my last accumulator rudely scuppered by a rather dull 0-0 draw between the Ivory Coast and Portugal, the World Cup duly decided to rub it in by allowing the Swiss to beat the favourites Spain and simultaneously splash a further helping of egg on my face. Despite this, I have come back for […]