- Greed in football
- What more can the FA do?
- Youth coaching: girls against boys
- Scottish League v English League
- Arsenal fans divided
- Ways to follow the match
by Dave Robinson
By Colin McPherson
After reading the back cover blurb, where this account of footballers’ lives is described as “the ultimate where are they now”, one is prepared for a horrifying catalogue of alcohol and drug addiction, marriage break-ups, disability, bankruptcy...
The authors of this book aspire to something more profound than the score-settling, indiscretions and self-justifications of the typical sports memoir. Instead, they hope to offer the general reader...
by Dave Robinson, from WSC 356
A new Guardian documentary follows the story of the Kurdistan team in football’s world cup for unrecognised territories
Highfield Road was home to Coventry City for 106 years, between 1899 and 2005
Outshone by the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, Herd, who died earlier this month, had a ferociously powerful shot and a tireless work ethic
Football-specific legislation is unnecessary – existing laws can deal with alcohol misuse. It’s time to bring the sport in line with rugby union and cricket
Sheffield FC’s global crowdfunding campaign to help them build a new stadium at Olive Grove, their original roots, has raised around £150,000
Despite losing star player Kevin Kampl, controversially to fatigue, Slovenia’s defeat of Slovakia in their previous match means they can relax a bit against Gareth Southgate’s team
Jan Kozak’s team have disciplinary problems and are struggling to score but Martin Skrtel’s return is a boost and Group F remains wide open