As Not Seen On TV – International Football of the 1980s

30 Jun 2012
by Robert Exley
Euro 2012 has dominated prime time viewing on the two mainstream channels on British TV for the last three weeks. According to Louise Taylor&rsq... [More]

World Football Leaves England Trailing

30 Jun 2012
by Ben Strudley
England needs to change its ways or be left behind. The difference in technical ability between England and top teams has become so wide, England... [More]

Libertadores final: Corinthians find a new hero

30 Jun 2012
by Brian Davidson
His first act was to accelerate through a gap in the defence, second act take the ball in his stride, third act dink it over the keeper. Class! [More]

No respect shown for Beckham

30 Jun 2012
by Ben Strudley
Was it right or wrong that David Beckham wasn’t included in the team GB squad? Either way Stuart Pearce showed a real lack of respect towar... [More]

Beckham - Fame, Fortune, and Disappointment

30 Jun 2012
by Mister U
Beckham has been surprising excluded from Great Britain's Olympic Squad. But did he deserve to be included in the first place? [More]

Lies, Damn Lies and Possession Statistics

30 Jun 2012
by Richard Butler
The way we analyse football has changed but are we looking at it from the wrong angle? [More]

Spain v Italy - Head to Head

30 Jun 2012
by Pete Spencer
26 matches played, 8 wins each.  Draw number 10 came a few weeks ago in Gdansk as Cesc Fabregas equalised Antonio Di Natale’s opener f... [More]

The End of England's Golden Generation?

It’s hard to swallow the truth that yet again England has failed to qualify beyond the quarter final stages of a major international tourna... [More]

Euro 2012: It All Down To The Final

30 Jun 2012
by Jon Lewak
Review of the two teams in the Euro 2012 and prediction for who will win. [More]

'No trophies please, we're English': Time for a new outlook

30 Jun 2012
by Thomas Rhodes
Rewind 22 years, England are competing in the World Cup in Italy. Their participation follows a disastrous Euro 88 in which a team considered one... [More]

So how long before England play like Spain?

30 Jun 2012
by Leon Jackson
Why didn't we learn to play this beautiful way first? Oh well, if we can't beat them... [More]

When irony met drama

30 Jun 2012
by George Siafas
That is not a random title. I am Greek and irony, as well as drama is greek words. The game of Germany against Italy had a lot of common things a... [More]

Psycho Has Lost The Plot For Team Great Britain

30 Jun 2012
by Delroy Alexander
Great Britain coach Stuart Pearce has once again shown he is hopelessly out of his depth and has unfortunately lived up to the “Psycho” nickname [More]

Spain and their anti-football.

29 Jun 2012
by Jake Doyle
We often attribute anti-football with teams that stick ten men behind the ball and soak up the pressure of a successful side. When a Wigan Athlet... [More]

Wenger's Successor

29 Jun 2012
by Jet Morgan
Who will replace the Frenchman? I weigh up a few possible options. [More]

The Future of Irish Domestic Soccer is abroad

29 Jun 2012
by Richie O hEadhra
Let's be honest about this, professional soccer in Ireland in its current form just isn't working and it's time to start planning for the future. [More]

Euro 2012: Heroes and Zeros - Semi Finals

29 Jun 2012
by The Sports Locker
  So Euro 2012 is almost done and dusted with Spain and Italy set to contest the final in Kiev on Sunday. It took a penalty shootout to sepa... [More]

Ego's and Selfishness too prevalent at Euro 2012

29 Jun 2012
by Conor Denis Price
There have always been ego's in football and there has been selfishness but the amount of selfish play I have witnessed at euro 2012 has left a b... [More]

Is Football Overdoing It?

29 Jun 2012
by Daniel Cadena Jordan
The physical condition of England, Portugal, Italy and Spain in their last Euro matches was rather worrying. [More]

Hodgson's England Mission

29 Jun 2012
by Whitehouse Address
There are a multitude of issues affecting the national game which Hodgson needs to address. [More]