Thomas Wyer takes a look at Turkish side Osmanlıspor who have reached the European stage just a few years after getting their house in order.
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Konyasor are breaking the monopoly of Istanbul clubs in Turkish football; Jordan Leaver describes their season and the heights they are reaching for the first time in their history.
Alan Moore returns with another column, this time discussing the fine lines surrounding patriotism in Russia.
In the concluding part of his report, Alan Moore discusses the roots of racism in Russian football.
Alan Moore discusses the impact that strained relations between Russia and Turkey have had on football.
Vineet Varma discusses the monopoly that Galatasaray and Fenerbahce have in Turkish football and how that can hamper the sport as a whole.
An explanation of why Slaven Bilić is unable to succeed at West Ham, based on his past record coupled with the unreasonable standards expected of him.
Thomas Wyer looks at the state of play in Turkey and explains some of the challenges that must be overcome for clubs to thrive.
Alan Moore discusses the lack of top brass support when it comes to having major sporting events in Ireland.
Alan Moore provides a healthy mix of history, politics and football in his latest column for Back Page Football.