Alan Moore continues his “Where is FIFA?” series of articles with another tale from the football world.
Posts Tagged ‘Serbia’
Alan Moore discusses the role and tall tales of Olga Smorodskaya in Russian football over the past five years.
Sierra Godfrey takes a look at some of the red cards, brawls, and abandoned matches last week and wonders who’s to blame.
James Hunt isn’t all too impressed with the governing body’s handling of the European Championships.
Kosovo’s most famous footballer has called for FIFA to recognise his homeland, writes Dave Wood.
A superb battling performance from Australia against Serbia was not enough to progress to the knockout phase of the tournament as Germany and Ghana progressed from Group D.
Having had my last accumulator rudely scuppered by a rather dull 0-0 draw between the Ivory Coast and Portugal, the World Cup duly decided to rub it in by allowing the Swiss to beat the favourites Spain and simultaneously splash a further helping of egg on my face. Despite this, I have come back for […]
1. Nil A lot of people were predicting this game to be the first goal-fest of the 2010 World Cup, but look at Ghana’s recent competitive record, and you’ll find this result popping up a lot. In the 17 matches they have played in both qualifying and the 2010 African Cup of Nations, seven […]
Europeans Portugal will be looking to go one step further in South Africa as they attempt to improve upon their semi-final appearance of four years ago. While Chelsea’s Deco has long provided the creative spark for his nation many feel in light of his advancing years the Portuguese are in need of fresh impetus. It […]
Technically 2010 is Serbia’s first time at the World Cup. New country, new beginnings? Well sort of. We can still use the past to help understand what may happen in the future, as Jonathan Wilson so brilliantly alludes to in Behind The Curtain: ”[Serbia:] self-doubt suppressing imagination and bringing to the surface the cynicism that has always underlain the technical excellence. […]