Tapping Up: The Forgotten Rule of Football

19 Aug 2012
by Martin Kelly
Here we are again, another summer of whispers and murmurs. We hear rumours of ‘tapping up’, but no formal allegations are made. In fa... [More]

Remember Your First Pair Of Football Boots

18 Aug 2012
by Eric Moda
There were only three boys playing but they were having the time of their life. No boots, no grass and a ball so battered you would swear... [More]

Turkish soccer club pioneers new funding strategy

17 Aug 2012
by James M Dorsey
A top football club from the Turkish hinterland is cementing the Turkey’s economic shift away from the commercial capital of Istanbul to th... [More]

Big Spenders - Chelsea's Mistakes, Where Can PSG & City Improve

17 Aug 2012
by Callum Henderson
Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ezequiel Lavezzi, Thiago Silva, Javier Pastore, Alex, Maxwell, Thiago Motta, Diego Lugano, Jeremy Menez and Mohammed Sissoko.... [More]

Black professional players have had enough

16 Aug 2012
by Delroy Alexander
Wow. You have to laugh or else you cry, when you think of the blatant socialisation and issues of racism and bias that recent cases have raised [More]

PSG’s Campaign Commences

14 Aug 2012
by Oliver Scrimgeour
Well-documented big spenders Paris Saint Germain kicked off the 2012/13 season as they did their last - against talented outfit FC Lorient. [More]

College Soccer: Make Sure the Kids Get it Too

14 Aug 2012
by Keith Scarlett
Playing in college only proves that someone has successfully passed a series of tests. [More]

Financial Fair Play: An essential practice in football

14 Aug 2012
by The Linesman
The influence of money is growing in football. We need Financial Fair Play regulations to act as the floodgate before it is too late. [More]

Egyptian president asserts power in Sinai and on the pitch

13 Aug 2012
by James M Dorsey
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi is negotiating his working relationship with the country’s powerful military in the battle against armed ... [More]

A Bronze that feels like Gold for Canada's Women

12 Aug 2012
by Mike Newell
Diana Matheson's stoppage time winner handed Canada it's first "traditional team" sport medal since 1936. [More]

The Special One's Biggest Season?

11 Aug 2012
by Whitehouse Address
The Champions League is a must for Jose this season, the only issue is, can he do it? [More]

Afghanistan’s Future: Civil War or Soccer Rivalry?

11 Aug 2012
by James M Dorsey
Soccer symbolizes Afghanistan’s choices coming full circle as US forces prepare to withdraw from the Central Asian nation more than a decad... [More]

Super 6 : 'Young Guns of the Premier League'

10 Aug 2012
by Patrick Gleeson
Some of the younger players trying to make a name for themselves in the best league in the world. [More]

The all-time England XI

10 Aug 2012
by The Sports Locker
The Olympics have provided the nation with a constant stream of successes to celebrate over the last couple of weeks, but our Olympic men’s... [More]

The PSG transformation

10 Aug 2012
by Julian Roberts
Some believe football is totally run by money. PSG's newly found income is the perfect example of this. [More]

Heartbreak at Old Trafford for Canada's women at the Olympics

09 Aug 2012
by Mike Newell
Two strong teams who are traditional rivals at everything, one team trying to keep its dominance, the other trying to break into the elite. [More]

Senegal’s football future looks rosy after Olympic efforts

07 Aug 2012
by Chris Teale
Ten years ago, at the 2002 World Cup, Senegal shocked the world in their debut in the tournament, beating then-world champions France 1-0 in the ... [More]

Dilemmas of a Fantasy Football Manager

06 Aug 2012
by Akshay Mhaskar
Like playing Fantasy Football? I'm sure you must be having same dilemmas as I do. [More]

Ten Footballers who could compete at the Olympics

06 Aug 2012
by The Sports Locker
  After seeing former Chelsea, Reading and Dagenham and Redbridge trainee Adam Gemili fly through his Olympic heat with a time of 10.11, jus... [More]