With UEFA handing down a season-long ban to Galatasaray for breaching regulations, Thomas Wyer discusses why Financial Fair Play is failing in the very thing it sets out to do.
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With the legendary Xavi Hernandez’s career at Barcelona reaching its end, Marco Verratti is the ideal replacement, writes Ameen Rabbani.
Olympique Lyonnaise are on the brink of rejuvenating their successful history, this time without the finances. Andy Waters details their new game plan.
After the dust of another predicatable Ballon d’Or settles, Matt Gault argues that Paul Pogba is the finest successor to the Messi-Ronaldo duopoly.
Brendán MacFarlane brings us five things learned from the past week’s action in Ligue 1.
Brendán MacFarlane looks at the week that was in Ligue 1 where a bizarre incident left PSG’s Thiago Motta with a broken nose.
The opening week in Ligue 1 threw up some interesting stories, here’s Brendán MacFarlane with the round up.
Johnny Murnane reports on Ligue 1 where Paris St Germain’s financials are again making headlines.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon discuss the latest Champions League and Premier League games, the draw for the European World Cup playoffs, wonder goals and Zlatan.
The 2013/14 Ligue 1 season gets underway on Friday evening, with the respective spending of PSG and AS Monaco dominating the build up. Johnny Murnane looks ahead to the kick off.