The idea of a North vs South match in England has entertained many minds, but should it come to reality, would it be as welcome? It has its pros and cons. but with a few ground rules, it could suit all.
At this point, a European Super League seems inevitable. This piece looks at the current issues facing European football: analysing flaws, debunking myths and looking to the future.
Shakhtar Donetsk’s policy of working with Brazilian players has worked wonders for them. From Jádson to Fernandinho, Willian to Fred, they’ve developed a lot of stars and opened a pathway for Brazilians in Europe.
A lot has changed had West Ham over the last decade, and yet the biggest problem remains at the top. Despite a new stadium to several managers and players, it feels as though the club is still miles from progress.
Football fans got a glimpse of Qatar during the Club World Cup as the country’s drive to cleanse their image through sport continues. They’ve gone to great lengths to clean up their reputation and this is the story of it all.
Like most things in life, there are two sides to each story and in football, that statement couldn’t be truer. Fan culture is complex, a flip-flop fest and this piece explores all.
Kosovo only became an official UEFA and FIFA member in 2016 and in that short span of time, they have come a long way and could make the European Championships next summer.
Poverty, a cholera outbreak, destroyed infrastructure and trouble everyday. Yemen has endured a traumatic period but their football scene is doing better than it should be. Against all odds, this nation is excelling.
İstanbul Başakşehir have made lots of noise since coming to the fore in 2014. Politically motivated, financially stable and successful so far, this is a club looking to break the ‘Big Three’ and create a big impact on the Turkish football scene.
Stockport County are one of Manchester’s most prominent clubs, but they have been out of the picture for much of the 21st century. Recent times have, however, provided some optimism and they are looking up after years of trouble.
The MimoSifcom academy is the most prestigious in Africa. Taking a unique philosophy and a humble approach, they have produced some of the finest African players ever and are of massive benefit to the Ivorian national team.