BPF’s Champions League columnist and podcast regular Ger McCarthy previews tonight’s Champions League action, with Barcelona, Chelsea and Arsenal all in action.
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Our man for all things Champions League Ger McCarthy returns to preview Wednesday’s fixtures.
Manchester United and Bayern Munich will look to build on the clean sheets obtained during their Round of 16 first legs and secure quarter final berths at the expense of Olympique de Marseille and Inter Milan in Tuesday night’s Champions League games.
There were some massive games across the continent last weeked, and Jonathan O’Shea looks at the pick of the bunch from Italy, Belgium, France and Portugal.
There were plenty of goals in Wednesday’s Champions League games, and Ger McCarthy brings us all the details.
In a wrap-up of matchday five, Etienne Michon takes a look at PSG’s demolition of Arles, Nice’s overcoming of Bordeaux and Lyon and Marseille who both slumped to draws.
Ligue 1 is well underway and Richard Chambers gives a guide to the players to look out for over the coming months.
The 2010-2011 Ligue 1 season kicked off on Saturday night and delivered a couple of unexpected results. Etienne Michon takes a look back at the major games and analyzes the results.
BPF’s Kevin Coleman has a quick look at each of this week’s Champions League games; as all English teams get off to a winning start, Rangers earn a draw in Germany and the Internazionale/Barcelona clash ends goalless. Juventus 1-1 FC Girondins de Bordeaux – Jaroslav Plasil struck 15 minutes from time to give Bordeaux a [...]
It’s been a summer of discontent on the baking streets of Marseilles. For a time it looked as though the solid structure which had been slowly established at Olympique Marseille over the last decade was about to come apart in the kind of farcical implosion not seen since the heyday of Bernard Tapie in the [...]