New Manager, New England?

Fabio Capello’s decision to quit his position as England Manager last week may have come quite out of the blue, but it hasn’t taken long for the public to forget about the man… Continue reading

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Seydou Doumbia D.O.B: 31/12/87 Club: CSKA Moscow (Russia) Position: Striker Former Clubs: Denguélé (Ivory Coast), Kashiwa Reysol (Japan), Tokushima Vortis (Japan), BSC Young Boys (Switzerland). Seydou Doumbia isn’t a name that will be… Continue reading

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Kwadwo Asamoah Full name: Kojo Kwadwo Asamoah D.O.B: 9/12/1988 Nation: Ghana Club: Udinese (Italy) Position: Attacking Midfielder/Central Midfielder/Defensive Midfielder Former Clubs: Liberty (Ghana), Bellinzona (Switzerland), Torino (Italy) While many are tipping the Ivory… Continue reading

Make or Break season for De Club Van Zuid

The 2011-2012 season could be definitive for Feyenoord if they are to hang on to their reputation as one of the Netherlands’ “Big Three”. The Club from Rotterdam, suffering from speculated debts of… Continue reading

3 Of The Best…

Playmakers based in Africa Africa, a continent as diverse and colourful as they come, has provided football with some of its truly greatest players. From George Weah to Abedi Pelé, Didier Drogba to… Continue reading

Copa América 2011 Preview

After a 4 year absence the 43rd edition of the Copa América kicks off in Argentina tomorrow in what must be one of the most open versions of the tournament in recent years.… Continue reading

River Plate’s Relegation should act as a warning to all clubs

Spain’s El País newspaper called it “the worst moment in their history” and it is impossible to disagree. River Plate, Argentina’s most decorated and successful club, producer of talents such as Hernán Crespo,… Continue reading

Sol Beni: Africa’s La Masia

In recent weeks it has been hard to avoid articles on Barcelona and their wonderful youth academy at La Masia. With 8 out of the current Barcelona first 11 coming up through their… Continue reading

The Spanish duopoly: No end in sight

For those of you who don’t know, I’ve been living in Spain since August of last year. Through my residence here, I have developed a much stronger knowledge about the Spanish game in… Continue reading

Arsenal: In search of the missing ingredients.

Arsenal football club. A name known around the world by millions of people, it is a name associated with beautiful football and rightly so. While Arsenal’s trophy cabinet may not be half as… Continue reading

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