Latest Features

SHARES
12 June 2010
Introducing the world’s barmiest footballing nation including fans who make a spectacle with their spectacles and Archbishop Tutu offering FIFA officials tickets to heaven…
SHARES
12 June 2010
If England win the World Cup will Fabio Capello be considered England’s greatest ever manager? We hear both sides of the argument...
SHARES
12 June 2010
All is not well in the world of Argentine NGOs.
SHARES
12 June 2010
Michael Cox, editor of ZonalMarking.net, on how a discredited system is coming back into fashion...
SHARES
11 June 2010
Security has been a big issue for everyone coming to this World Cup, not least for the teams, but each football nation has a completely different way of approaching the policing of its players.
SHARES
11 June 2010
It's a late breakfast on the first day, but our daily newsletter should now be in your inbox. 
SHARES
11 June 2010
Mexico manager Javier Aguirre must have been most alarmed to learn of those uptight, pontificating, busybody, killjoy do-gooders at FIFA ordering referees to listen out for on-pitch profanities and to smite the offender down with a red card.
SHARES
11 June 2010
He’s a canny strategist, this Pim Verbeek. Lull the world into thinking that the Socceroos are easybeats and then POW! Suddenly Australia are walking away with a narrow 1-0 win over Germany.
SHARES
10 June 2010
With the World Cup just a few weeks away, citizens of the lucky 32 nations that are participating will be getting excited. In Ireland, though, things are a little different.
SHARES
10 June 2010
It’s always good to be optimistic at the outset of another World Cup campaign, and former England defender Viv Anderson is certainly optimistic. Four days before the start of the tournament he could be found trying to entice travelling football fans to buy signed copies of his new autobiography outside a bookshop at Heathrow’s Terminal 3.

Pages

Subscribe to Latest Features