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Premier League
Has Miguel Almiron done enough to deserve interest from Arsenal?
12:01 Saturday 14th March 2020

There’s so much going on in the world today. Every aspect of life, let alone football, is hit hard by the Covid-19. The pandemic dismissed fans from stadiums and forced players, managers and owners into isolation. But football will…

World Cup
Can South America's finest wrestle the World Cup from Europe?
17:00 Tuesday 12th June 2018

There is not much longer to wait now. The Fifa World Cup is almost here. In two days' time, hosts Russia will kick-off proceedings against Saudi Arabia.  Although the World Cup is a 32-nation global event, the Europeans have dominated…

Rest Of The World
2018 Copa Libertadores Round-Up: Group Stage match day 5
12:00 Monday 30th April 2018

Another Copa Libertadores week is in the books. South America’s biggest club competition continues in its group stage. As the midway-point passes, the teams capable of progressing are revealed, while other sides struggle to keep…

David Neres looks worth the money for Ajax
18:45 Wednesday 8th February 2017

David had been spotted for his talents long ago; rising through the ranks, with his scoring ability and quick-witted feet. In 2015 he won the award for the best U20 football player and even lifted a trophy with Sao Paulo's.David Neres has all…

Libertadores Can Be As Much Fun As The Champions League
12:28 Monday 4th June 2012

The Copa Libertadores is the most important football competition in South America. Just like in the UEFA Champions League, 32 teams fight for the right of being considered the number one in the continent. Right now, only eight of them can still…

The South American Model
06:36 Saturday 31st March 2012

Football in South America is huge. Wherever you go, kids are playing on the streets hoping to be the new “Maradona”, “Pele” or even the new “Messi” (remembering the original Messi is still only 24). This love affair with football saw the continent…

Understanding Football Seasons In Brazil
20:17 Thursday 26th January 2012

I've travelled a lot around Europe and talked to many fans about Brazilian football. In most of the cases, they didn't know almost anything about it, but what they see when the national team play the World Cup matches.That was not their fault.…