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.
Posts Tagged ‘World Cup’
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.
Nobody has had it tougher in making the final round of AFCON qualification and having already upset Libya and Congo, the Wasps of Rwanda are targeting capping their magical journey with a spot in January’s showpiece.
Rory Masterson looks at the continued rise of football, or soccer, in the United States.
Now that the dust has settled on the 2014 World Cup, it’s time to hand out a few awards.
Alan Robins discusses Brazil’s collapse during the latter stages of a World Cup played in front of an expectant home crowd.
Madrin Macgillivray talks Lionel Messi and how the Argentine could adapt his game as he inevitably starts to slow down.
64 games, 64 images, one epic World Cup in Brazil.
Rory Masterson discusses Lionel Messi ahead of what is an opportunity for the Argentine to further cement his place as an all time great.