Football at the Olympics can prove an underwhelming spectacle for football fans. Here we propose some solutions to amend the event.
The Chelsea youth system is a dilemma for fans to contest with. At the Bridge Podcast’s Mikey outlines the problems faced by supporters in getting behind the club’s policy.
After a rocky first few years, Franck Kessié has emerged as AC Milan’s dependable and all-round midfielder. It is no coincidence that this has brought their change in fortunes writes Saif Habboub.
Crotone may be thirteen points adrift of safety at the bottom of Serie A, but the combination of manager Serse Cosmi and Simy Nwankwo has proven joyous, writes Wilf MacDonnell.
The Serbian’s contributions at Stamford Bridge were pivotal in European success in consecutive years. Branislav Ivanovic and Chelsea were fighting what was the battle of their lives. The venue was … Continue Reading Remembering Branislav Ivanović’s epic 2011/12 season
The world came to a standstill when the Berliner Mauer fell and in Berlin, what followed was a moment to behold. This is a trip down memory lane. The scene … Continue Reading Berlin reunited – a tale of two becoming one
Tokmac Nguen has become an icon on and off the field. His actions of defiance and political activism have made him a hero. In June under the floodlights of the … Continue Reading The year of Tokmac Nguen – an icon and an ace
These are the teams to watch outside the top five leagues in Europe. Whether you are looking for your next Football Manager save or curious to see where the next … Continue Reading The youngest and most exciting teams outside of Europe’s top five leagues
Florian Albert dazzled opposition defences all around Europe and the World. His genius is rarely remembered today. Herceszanto is a small village on the outskirts of Hungary. It is on … Continue Reading Forgotten Ballon D’or winners: The genius of Florian Albert
Jadon Sancho is set to stay in Germany for a while longer, so what effect could this have on Borussia Dortmund’s title efforts in 2020/21?
From Real Madrid and Barcelona, this is the story of how Croatian, Robert Prosinecki, found his home in Portsmouth. Football has been through some drastic changes in the last 20 … Continue Reading An ode to Robert Prosinecki: The Marlborough fuelled gold dust
Ferenc Puskas is an icon, arguably one of the best players to have never won the Ballon D’or and his legacy is indelible. Kispest is a small suburban district on … Continue Reading Remembering the legacy of Ferenc Puskas: A personal story
This is a nostalgia trip back to 2015/16, when Dimitri Payet gave Upton Park the send off it deserved. And then some.
The man renowned as being the driving force behind Red Bull’s rise in football, Ralf Rangnick had a brief yet memorable spell in England. Ralf Rangnick was recently linked with … Continue Reading Remembering Ralf Rangnick and his days in Southwick
Paris Saint Germain’s history is surprisingly rich and full of twists and turns. Paris is one of the great hubs of Europe. It is the capital of culture and art. … Continue Reading The birth of Paris Saint Germain: From plucky underdogs to a culture club
The Lombardia Derby of 2001 was a thrilling 3-3 encounter at the Mario Rigamonti Stadium. However the game was overshadowed by the exploits of Brescia manager, Carlo Mazzone.