Mark Redford takes a look at the Welsh wing wazard who has established himself as a household name over the past couple of seasons.
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BPF regular Ger McCarthy wears his heart on his sleeve as the Luka Modric transfer saga continues.
BackPageFootball’s Ger McCarthy reviews Tottenham Hotspur’s exit from this season’s Champions League at the hands of a professional performance from Real Madrid following a disappointing quarter final second leg at White Hart Lane.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy looks ahead to Wednesday night’s Champions League quarter final second legs and analyses Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan’s ‘mission impossible’ task of overturning their first leg defeats.
Back Page Football contributor Ger McCarthy looks at the main talking points following Tuesday night’s Champions League quarter-final first leg tie in the Santiago Bernabeu.
The highly anticipated Champions League quarter-final ties kick off on Tuesday evening with the mouth-watering clash of Real Madrid versus Tottenham Hotspur as well as Inter Milan hosting Schalke 04.
Tottenham Hotspur’s memorable 1-0 victory over AC Milan in the San Siro and Schalke’s 1-1 draw away to Valencia kicked off the Champions League Round of 16 with a bang on Tuesday evening writes Ger McCarthy.
Manchester United picked up an important three points at the weekend against fourth place hopefuls Tottenham, and Ed Diggins was there….eventually. This was never going to be an easy trip. Something called Eyjafjallajökull (pardon my French) meant that last Monday to Wednesday was spent trying to sort out a backup plan via road. Thankfully come […]
Spurs fan Ronan Farrell looks at what the coming season has in store for Robbie Keane. A little over a year ago, having finished the season with his first winners medal in club football, Robbie Keane secured a move to a title-chasing Liverpool side, a team that he had supported as a child back home […]
From record breaking transfers to historic penalty shoot-outs, here’s what happened this week in football! August 3 The transfer fee world record was smashed today in 1957 when Juventus signed Leeds United’s John Charles for £65,000. Nicknamed ‘the gentle giant’ Charles became the first British professional to sign for an oversees side, despite being flummoxed […]