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Today sees the eagerly awaiting return of Newcastle United to European competition after a five-year absence. For fans used to watching their club in continental competition it has been a long time, but is the Europa League a welcome return … Continue reading
With the European Championships fast approaching, many football fans are looking forward to the forthcoming championships. Whilst some of these fans are keen followers of their country, others see it as something to fill the gap until the new season … Continue reading
Following the Autumn of Nations in 1989, many of the football leagues in Central and Eastern Europe went through revolutions of their own. The main leagues of Czechoslovakia split to form two new leagues in the newly independent Czech Republic … Continue reading
In the same week that the BBC announced 2,000 job losses as part of a drive to save the best part of £670m, Jeff Livingstone from the cult football blog In Bed With Maradona made his debut appearance on Five … Continue reading
It has been five years since Juventus were relegated to Serie B as a result of their involvement in the Calciopoli scandal, where General Director Luciano Moggi was found to have influence the selection of referees for Juventus games. Juve … Continue reading
An unfortunate facet of football is that the vast majority of players signed by clubs as youngsters will not progress to the promised land of the first team. Premiership clubs have such large squads at all levels and a sad … Continue reading
On the 27th of May 2011 Wales and Northern Ireland played out the wooden spoon match of the new Carling Nations Cup tournament at the revamped Aviva Stadium in Dublin. The game itself was of little consequence (similar to the … Continue reading