Matt Carter assesses which nations still have it all to play for as the Women’s World Cup qualifiers reach their conclusion in Europe.
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Matt Carter assess the developments in Europe since the Women’s World Cup qualification journey began back in September.
Robert Redmond discusses Jose Mourinho and after a disappointing 2013/14 season, isn’t far from he himself being a managerial flop.
Shubhayan Sengupta ponders the role that Luis Suarez will play now that he has switched to the Camp Nou.
Alfredo Di Stéfano, arguably the greatest footballer of all time, has died aged 88. Matthew Coyle discusses his passing.
As Spain prepare to bow out of the World Cup, Sam Mills re-assures us that there’s still a future for tiki-taka style football.
It was only a brief smile, a smirk even. It passed across Vicente Del Bosque’s rumpled features as Chile scored the second goal of their stunningly straightforward 2-0 win against his Spanish team, a fleeting glimpse of the emotions raging beneath the coach’s normally stoic visage. In that moment, his thoughts — or at least some of […]
Shubhayan Sengupta discusses Spain’s shock exit from the World Cup after just two group games.
Souparno Chakraborty believes that Spain need to heed the wake up call that they received on Friday night.
Julian Boland justifies the inclusion of Fernando Torres in the World Cup holders’ 23-man squad for Brazil.