Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
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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 both teams gear up for this weekend’s show down and a probable place in next season’s Europa League, Thomas Gaunt takes a look at the pro’s and con’s of winning this match and the glory or burden it could bestow upon the victor.
Yesterday we kick started the opening article of the Top 50 Players in the World feature. Today, we introduce you to those who were voted into 40th down to 31st place.
It was a whirlwind final day of the January transfer window and easily the most exciting since Manchester City discovered their pot of gold back in summer 2008, writes Neil Sherwin.
Willie Gannon believes Liverpool’s targeting of Suarez is the first step in saying goodbye to Fernando Torres.
In the first instalment of a new series on BackPageFootball.com, Robbie Deighan looks at a possible move on the horizon for Uruguay’s World Cup star and current Ajax striker Luis Suarez.
With another World Cup down, Kevin Coleman reviews the competition with some select award categories.
Uruguay and Ghana fought tooth and nail throughout 120 minutes of football, but it was the South Americans who booked their place in the World Cup semi finals following a penalty shootout.
Uruguay 2-1 South Korea Uruguay booked the first spot in the quarter finals of the World Cup this afternoon with a 2-1 win over South Korea. After a superb group stage, Diego Forlan was unusally subdued but step up Luis Suarez of Ajax who snatched two goals against the spritely Koreans. The teams and formations […]