Sam Viller discusses Radamel Falcao’s injury woes and the long term impact on the career of a great goal scorer.
Posts Tagged ‘World Cup’
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.
Fikri Jermadi looks at Asia’s first World Cup team and how it took part in the tournament it never qualified for.
Wayne Farry believes that enough is enough when it comes to the Qatar World Cup and more of the game’s leading figures need to take action.
Alex Wood discusses the evolution of the position between the posts and the new age “sweeper-keeper”.
We’re into the final days of 2014 so there’s no better time to reflect on the year that was and some of the great stories from the past 12 months.
The controversy over the use of artificial turf at the 2015 is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to FIFA’s misogyny, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
With ‘parking the bus’ becoming more commonplace, Cormac O’Shea discusses the method that has divided football tactics.
After stagnating under the previous regime, there are signs of the lionesses regaining their mojo under the stewardship of Mark Sampson.