As the warm summer days of Paris and Bordeaux begin to slowly fade into memories, focus turns to September and Ireland’s chances of World Cup qualification.
Posts Tagged ‘World Cup’
Fikri Jermadi remembers Jimmy Murphy – the man responsible for bringing Wales to the World Cup 58 years ago and holding Manchester United together through tragedy.
Alan Moore took in the friendly between Russia and Lithuania over the weekend as the hosts began their preparations for the next World Cup.
Trophies, shirts, boots, and signed balls are all football related items which can be very valuable for collectors when they have some historical significance.
War-torn and without a home. Syria’s National Team have had a turbulent few years but are on the right path to recovery, writes Jordan Leaver.
The former prodigy turned pundit is much maligned but why do fans detest Michael Owen so much? Liam Maguire looks at the former boy wonder’s fall from grace.
Luke Chandry discusses the waning support for the England national team less than a year out from the next major tournament.
Sam Viller discusses Radamel Falcao’s injury woes and the long term impact on the career of a great goal scorer.
Sean Maslin looks at the U.S. under 20 side of whom some big things are, perhaps unrealistically, expected at the World Cup in New Zealand.
Lisa Higgins looks at the human cost that has come with awarding the 2022 World Cup to Qatar.