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THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

THE GREATEST MANAGERS NOT TO HAVE WON THE EUROPEAN CUPRAY HARPER asks if winning Europe’s most famous club trophy is […]

THE LEGEND OF ZARRA

DAVID LEE WHEATLEY looks back at the career of a striker who held all the Spanish records until a certain […]

TUG of WAR

ROBERT O’CONNOR on how Tottenham Hotspur’s Europa League trip into Eastern Europe shone a light on a small club swimming […]

SPORT IN COURT

CHR IS DUNLAVY looks at some famous occasions when the playing fields spilled over into the courts COME on then, let’s […]

BOYS FOR BRAZIL

PETER SHARLAND picks seven players making a late push for a place on the planes to Brazil With the World […]

ENGLAND’S STRIKING DILEMMA

CHRIS DUNLAVYconsiders who Roy Hodgson could consider to replace the injured Theo Walcott ANOTHER World Cup, another chance to kick […]

JAMAICA OPTION OPEN FOR MORRISON

NATHAN CARR considers the international dilemma facing Jamaica’s latest star export Ravel Morrison’s relatively short career as a professional footballer […]

FAIR PLAY? FORGET IT!

SERGIO BURNSsays the inflationary pressures on the transfer market and players wages show no sign of slowing Football perates in […]

IN GOOD KOMPANY

STEVEN GREEN on the Belgian invasion – and how The Red Devils could soon be international dark horses ON transfer […]

Great expectations

DAVID GREEN hopes that the penny has finally dropped with England supporters The England national football team is one that […]

Cutting it fine

Groundsman, fundraiser, driver, cleaner…there’s more to life to managing a grassroots football team than meets the eye, as AIDAN TOWNSEND […]