As the Asian football scene continues to grow at a vast pace, it seems to have become an easy target for match fixers. We look at the recent incident involving South Korea’s K-League’s Jeonbuk Motors.Read More Asian football’s match-fixing issues rise again
Ed Wade presents his own version of the Euro 2016 Raspberry Awards.Read More Euro 2016: Raspberry Awards
Family connections within football are few and far between. But there are a few obvious examples, and some obscurely interesting ones, if you delve deep enough..Read More Football Family Connections
Randy Lerner’s decade at the Villa Park helm began with optimism, only to quickly turn into a ghoulish nightmare.Read More The Randy Lerner Era
A Chinese footballing revolution has taken place over the past year. The landscape may be forever changed, whilst the worldwide economic power struggle only begins to take effect…Read More China Leads the Asian Football Revolution
Ed Wade takes an in-depth look into what a Great Britain outside the European Union might mean for British Football.Read More Brexit: What does it mean for football?
As Leicester City continue their march towards the Premier League title, Ed Wade looks into footballing underdogs of the past.Read More The remarkable story of Football’s underdogs
Here is Ed Wade with his summary of the most influential Football fan protests.Read More Football Protests: Do they work?
Following Lokomotiv Moscow player Dmitri Tarasov’s show of support for Vladimir Putin on Tuesday night, here are some more examples of politically charged footballers.Read More Politically Charged Footballers
Here we have Luke Rees with his preview of this Saturday’s top-of-the-table clash between Atlético and Barça at the Vicente Calderón Stadium.Read More The Third Clásico