The story is about an owner who used the fans and the club for his own personal interests
If Uefa can’t protect their own rules from Qatar’s money, can anyone in football do it?
The open draw + the one game format = more upsets and more interest in the competition
The medium sized clubs need to fight this “growing polarisation syndrome” more than anyone else
Hazard will pay a heavy price – rightly so. But how can the game tolerate Swansea’s part in the incident
Well, it’s probably because only Galatasaray could really afford the Dutchman. Why? Tax issues (of course).
Juventus are doing great but it’s time to become a world class team
Walcott is now Arsenal’s leading forward and Arsenal should be more aware of his weaknesses and his strengths
Sometimes reading about the football industry is just depressing
Pep is the son of a bricklayer. I can only guess that the nouveau riche attitude of his mega rich suitors only repelled him
We should all be a little more considerate before tearing a footballer to pieces