Matthew Coyle discusses the playmaker who would have been right at home amongst a Golden Generation.
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Ciaran Kelly believes that Michu has enough in his locker to be a continued success in England.
James Hunt wonders why Spain are no longer everyone’s favourite cup of tea.
Alex Ricahrds looks at six players he believes were underrated throughout their careers.
Ahead of Ireland’s opening game tomorrow, Ciaran Kelly looks at the man in charge – Giovanni Trapattoni.
Ciaran Kelly shares his thoughts on the outstanding Premier League performers this season.
Ciaran Kelly takes a look at the history of Europe’s current flavour of the month, Athletic Bilbao.
Samuel Luckhurst shares his thoughts on last night’s Barcelona and Real Madrid games which took place minus a certain Portuguese manager.
Barcelona finally slipped up in La Liga with a draw against Sporting Gijon, and Joseph Sexton brings us details from that game as well as the best of the rest from La Liga.
“If I was a footballer, I would like to be like Busquets” Vicente del Bosque Of course, Vicente del Bosque was a footballer. And, despite spending the vast majority of his career in football on the opposite side of Spain’s great divide, he was like Busquets. Del Bosque didn’t create goals. He stopped them.