The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
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Pavan Mano discusses a dying art in modern football.
Secret columns and insider info are all the rage these days so here’s another to get your teeth into.
Alan Moore looks at the current state of play in Russia on the back of a new regime at the top.
The Fifa rankings have been updated again this week but Alex Byers believes they are far from accurate.
James Hunt isn’t all too impressed with the governing body’s handling of the European Championships.
Tom Rhodes puts forward the case for reassessing the rules on goal celebrations.
Almost 18 months on from the World Cup in South Africa, David Brown looks at the impact it has had on the game in that region.
There’s an international feel to this week’s Hold the BackPage as Neil Sherwin is joined by Ger McCarthy and Willie Gannon to discuss Ireland’s qualification for the European Championships, as well all the latest on the ongoing racism sagas and the weekend’s Premier League fixtures.
Actions off the pitch have taken centre stage this week with FIFA President Sepp Blatter denying allegations of corruption, much to the scoffed amusement of Thomas Gaunt.