Marc Jobling rewinds a couple of decades to look at the England manager’s last appearance on the biggest international stage.
Posts Tagged ‘Switzerland’
Nathan Carr reports on a good run of form for St Gallen in Switzerland.
Ger McCarthy reviews a weekend of shocks in the Olympic men’s football tournament and predicts who will progress to the knockout stages.
Kosovo’s most famous footballer has called for FIFA to recognise his homeland, writes Dave Wood.
Sion Cleaver looks at Friday night’s European Championship qualifier between Switzerland and Wales.
One 2 Watch returns today, and Kevin Coleman takes a look at FC Basel and Switzerland left winger Xherdan Shaqiri. The 19-year-old made a brief appearance at last summer’s World Cup, and has a big future ahead of him. With his contract up soon, a number of Europe’s top clubs will be keeping tabs on the dazzling winger.
As the nation crashes and burns at the World Cup, non-French Ligue 1 players might be France’s best chance to shine.
After watching their noisy neighbours recover from a disappointing start by annihilating North Korea earlier in the day, Spain hoped for a similar performance against Honduras. An exceptional display of attacking team football followed, but with a crucial ingredient missing that may cost Spain in the latter stages. Goals.
Chile chipped away at a dogged Swiss defense until Mark Gonzalez found the break through with the only goal of the game. An enthralling match with chances and cards aplenty, there was no shortage of Talking Points as Kevyn Doran reports. 1. Chalk and Cheese We all expected this game to be the relentless attacking […]
32 nations. 64 games. Millions watching worldwide. Many of whom are scratching their heads and wondering why their country is struggling so much at the World Cup. European Champions Inter Milan may hold the key to the answer. England and Italy have both opened with a pair of uninspiring draws against less illustrious opponents, while France can […]