Ciaran Kelly looks at the weird and wonderful career of former Lazio and England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson.
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Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
As Barcelona continue to receive worldwide plaudits for their recent achievements, long time rivals Real Madrid must attempt to break the mould.
One El Clasico down, three to go, and Jospeh Sexton gives his thoughts on the story so far as well as the upcoming battles.
In the final installment of his tribute series, Kevin Doran reflects on what Ronaldo meant to a generation of football fans, and what made the Brazilian so special.
Over 100 football fans, bloggers and writers sent us their opinions and contributions on who really are the best players in the world. We spent hours trawling through the submissions, and today we begin to unveil the greatest players of 2010 – as voted by you.
La Liga is back with a bang, after a great weekend’s football. Real and Villarreal turned out to be a cracker, and elsewhere Sevilla continued their recent revival, while normal service resumed as Barcelona won big again. Back Page Football’s man in Spain, Joseph Sexton, is here to tell us all about it
It’s been an epic year in Spanish football. Here, Joseph Sexton takes a look back at the opening phase of the season and a frenzied week of Copa del Rey action; and, of course, the final league program ahead of the winter shut-down.
The group stages of the World Cup produced nine red cards, some justified, some not, and Neil Sherwin looks at each one to determine whether the official got it right or wrong.
More than 50,000 spectators turned out at Lisbon’s Stadium of Light last night as a Zinedine Zidane XI took on a Benfica Allstars XI to raise funds for the people of Haiti, devastated by an earthquake two weeks ago. The game, which was organised organised by the United Nations Development Fund, finished three goals apiece, […]