Amidst endless claims that the FA Cup is losing its charm, that Premier League teams disregard it as little more than a testing ground for their young talent, the competition’s 136th edition was a refreshing return to form, complete with...
Saturday sees Real Madrid attempt to become the first side in the Champions League era to retain the trophy, but James Martland argues that Juventus' quality in defence and attack will make this a well matched final.
The notion of foreign ownership is a plague to the English game, an epidemic running pervasively from the rustic terraces of Leyton Orient’s Brisbane Road to those undesirable scenes in the capital last Sunday.
Following recent games between Manchester United and Swansea, and Tottenham’s victory over Arsenal, the age-old debate over what constitutes simulation, and what is tactical play, has invaded the footballing world yet again.
After Muntari received a one match ban for walking off the field in the face of racist abuse, Ollie Godden argues that more has to be done by football's governing bodies in the fight against discrimination.
Spurs have the sixth highest wage bill in the top flight. Before their encounter with a well-drilled, disciplined and motivated West Ham in Stratford, they had enjoyed a run of nine consecutive victories.
The relentless ‘blame game’ from the Portuguese manager is becoming somewhat tiresome, and goes to show just how open the scars still are from his last year at Stamford Bridge.