Ciaran Kelly is back with another fantastic read and this time out his focus is on French legend Zidane Zidane.
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He’s been with some of the biggest clubs in the world, and has been influential everywhere he’s been. Ciaran Kelly discusses the changing career of AC Milan and Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at an important decade ahead for Irish international football.
After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
Our latest contribution is from Fantasy football blogger Chris Glover, who takes a break from his fantasy write-ups to list Arsene Wenger’s ten greatest signings since taking over at Highbury in 1996. Only one other manager has experienced more years in the Premier League than Wenger, but no boss has introduced the phenomenal quality of talent to the league from abroad.
As managers announce their provisional World Cup squads, Neil Sherwin takes a look at some of those who didn’t make the cut and won’t be going to South Africa. Diego Maradona has always been a tad crazy, and his tenure as Argentina manager has provided plenty for the media to write about. However the general [...]
In a week when four Serie A games were cancelled due to the snow and ice that affected most of Italy, Juventus again grabbed the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Ciro Ferrara’s side capitulated to Catania at the Stadio Olimpico to plunge the Old Lady deeper into crisis whilst Inter seized their opportunity to [...]
This new feature piece asks that age old question of which player can be compared to the legends of the game. For far too long, pundits, journalists and fans have all proclaimed a certain player as ‘the new such-and-such’. Adam Lewis takes an in depth judgement to three young players, and sees how the stand [...]
Kolo Toure’s £15million departure from Arsenal to Manchester City marked the end of the ‘Invincibles’ era. Toure was the remaining member of that Arsenal squad that remained unbeaten for 49games in the 2003-04 season, and becoming the first team since Preston North End in 1888-89 to remain a whole league campaign unbeaten. That season also [...]