Is our desire for more competition and excitement driving footballers to risk their health through doping, asks Alan Moore.
Posts Tagged ‘USA’
Taking in the action from two very different ends of the soccer spectrum in Philadelphia, Sean Maslin finds much work to do to bridge the divides.
The latest Radio MLS podcast sees attention turn to the Copa America and the fortunes of Jurgen Klinsmann’s USMNT.
The USMNT has mountain to climb both on and off the park following its opening game loss to Colombia in the Copa America Centenario.
Sepp Blatter’s first press conference since announcing his resignation was dramatically interrupted – and that wasn’t even the most interesting part, writes Pavan Mano
With Holland slipping up again, Danny T Owen looks at how far they have fallen, and why the absence of Nigel De Jong could be key.
Alan Moore looks at how Russia differs from the rest of the world when it comes to scheduling international matches.
Photographer Alwyn Robinson attended the Ireland v USA game on behalf of Back Page Football, here’s some of his excellent shots.
With his impending retirement Sean Maslin discusses the debate around Landon Donovan and his legacy.
Rory Masterson looks at the continued rise of football, or soccer, in the United States.