Spain and Italy were drawn together in World Cup qualifying for the latest in a line of key clashes; with 1994 being the most dramatic, writes Aidan Williams.
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Barcelona are a side full of superstars, however Michael Gostelow believes special praise should be reserved for Sergio Busquets.
Rafa Benitez’s appointment at Real Madrid has been divisive one, but Danny Owen believes he will bring success to the Bernabeu.
Alan Moore offers his thoughts on FIFA in the wake of the arrests that are set to heap intense scrutiny onto the game’s governing body.
Cristian Toncheff’s footballing career has brought him from Boca Juniors to Gibraltar, Juan D’Angelo interviews the Argentine about life on ‘The Rock’.
Andy Waters sheds light on why acquiring the services of Diego Simeone would have been a catastrophic mistake for the Premier League.
Robbie Deighan looks at the benefits of having Luis Suárez as Lionel Messi’s partner in crime at Barcelona.
Juan D’Angelo catches up with Spanish defender Daniel Cancela who is plying his trade far from home.
Alan Moore continues to ask questions of FIFA who don’t necessarily control all aspects of the game that they are supposed to.
Robbie Dunne discusses the news that Fernando Torres is returning to the club with whom he made his name.