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At Gold Cup, rich get richer

Last week, CONCACAF banned Florent Malouda from the Gold Cup. This week, nations get to upgrade their squads. Can you say double standard?

Last week, CONCACAF’s disciplinary committee forfeited French Guiana’s result against Honduras and banned Florent Malouda from the tournament for playing in the Gold Cup while ineligible. This week, the big nations were permitted to upgrade their squads ahead of the knockout rounds. Can you say double standard? Read More »

Was there any point to the Garcia Report?

The 2014 Garcia report into World Cup bidding corruption was leaked to Bild, then released by FIFA this week. Yet, its confirmation serves little purpose.

News flash. The bidding for the 2018 and ’22 World Cups was rife with corruption. The 2014 Garcia Report, which FIFA refused to release in full until it was leaked to German news outlet Bild on Monday, confirms it. With the cat out of the bag, FIFA officially released the full document a day later. As Garcia’s investigation was an ... Read More »

How Arsenal could line up if Arsene Wenger departs

Though there have been mixed reports on whether or not the Frenchman will remain at the Emirates next season, as well as mixed opinions from Arsenal fans on whether or not they want him to remain at the club. It’s fair to say that the North-London side could have a totally different squad should Arsene Wenger leave. Read More »

Rule changes that could be introduced to football

Sky Sports recently conducted a poll as part of Support the Ref week, which allowed members of the public to vote on what changes they would like to see in football. We take a look at the suggestions, the outcome of the vote, and evaluate the merits of each potential new rule. Read More »

Can you help save a football club?

In recent years we’ve witnessed some familiar teams in the Football League running out of money and going into administration, some teams as Kettering Town and Portsmouth have survived, whilst the likes of Darlington FC have not been so lucky. Read More »

Twitter Reacts To Nigel Pearson’s ‘Ostrich’ Rant

Nigel Pearson has had a tough season, his side Leicester City, look set to be relegated from the Premier League back down to the Championship, despite a promising start at the beginning of the campaign. He’s also had a run in with a fan that produced some less than favourable headlines for the Midlands club. Then earlier this week he ... Read More »

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