Paul Little looks at Shakhtar Donetsk who have been going about their business in extremely difficult conditions.
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Alan Moore discusses two subjects which are still very much taboo in the football world.
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy offers another comprehensive review of the second round of Euro 2012 Group fixtures and reviews each country’s hope of making the knockout phase and picking out their stand-out players.
Dave Wood picks out the top performers from the opening round of matches.
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy offers a comprehensive review of the first four days of Euro 2012.
Polish football writer Jakub Krzyzostaniak believes that there isn’t much to worry about with regards racism at the Euros.
With Euro 2012 just around the corner, Jamie Gibbs of insurance company Confused offers some tops tips for those heading to the tournament.
A controversial William Gallas goal in Paris has sent France to the 2010 World Cup at the expense of Ireland, while a number of other countries also secured qualification on Wednesday. It took extra time to seperate Ireland and France in their World Cup playoff after a 1-1 aggregate score. The French went into the […]
The Republic of Ireland will play France in the World Cup playoffs with the first leg at home following this afternoon’s draw in Zurich. In the other three ties, Portugal face Bosnia, Greece go up against Ukraine, and Russia host Slovenia in the first leg. As well as being a difficult tie in itself for […]
RTÉ Sports broadcaster Paddy McKenna tells us about the new Kentaro experiment, where England’s dead rubber qualifying game this Saturday with Ukraine will only be shown exclusively online. This Saturday evening could well be of the red letter variety for anyone who has ever sat beer in hand on their sofa, or pulled up a […]