Ahead of Major League Soccer’s big kick off this weekend, James Kilpatrick looks at Chivas USA’s integration into the competition.
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Ciaran Kelly believes that Danny Welbeck has now established himself as a vital cog in the Manchester United machine.
With André Villas-Boas rumoured to be on the verge of taking over at Chelsea, Ciaran Kelly looks at whether the young manager can establish his own identity or will forever be labelled the ‘New Mourinho’.
As Manchester United claim their 19th league title, Dylan O’Neill looks at one of the main men who orchestrated the triumph.
Ger McCarthy of Back Page Football and Hold the Back Page fame preview this week’s Champions League clash between Schalke and Man Utd.
BackPageFootball’s Ger McCarthy analyses where it all went wrong for Chelsea following Manchester United’s 3-1 quarter final second leg victory in the Champions League at Old Trafford on Tuesday evening.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid qualified for quarter finals of the 2011 Champions League following an exciting week’s action which saw the Round of 16 completed.
This weekend promises to be a thrilling one for the neutral and what better way to add a little excitement to it than having a cheeky flutter. With two derby matches on the cards it is only right to focus on these for the weekend’s tips. But I will also be sharing my picks for […]
It’s here already. The woes of England’s dismal World Cup are nothing but distant memories as the country gears up for the start of the Premier League season this weekend.
On Sunday, England and Germany meet in a mouth watering clash between two of the world’s biggest footballing countries, while Diego Maradona’s unbeaten Argentina play Mexico in a bid to progress to the final eight. Germany -v- England Bloemfontein, 16:00 local time Germany – exciting new look side have been impressive – Despite going through […]