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  • In Which Position Do Lazio Need a Reinforcement the Most?

    Near the conclusion of the January Transfer Window, David Amoyal – Editor of Gianluca Di Marzio’s English Website – asked: “As it stands, in which department would Lazio be best in reinforcing?”. A question that took some time to answer, after reviewing Simone Inzaghi’s squad, four alternatives became visible. In priority, these choices are to…

  • How will the rest of the season pan out for Chelsea following January transfer duck?

    Chelsea fans would have been feeling confident heading into the January window with their transfer ban lifted early. However, Frank Lampard has failed to add any strength to his inexperienced side – leaving him and the Blues’ fans frustrated.  The former England international made it clear he was on the hunt for a striker to…

  • Winning is not everything and it is definitely not the only thing that matters

    How football’s biggest icons taught us that life can mean much more than just claiming victories and lifting silverware.   “Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing that matters”. These were the words of American football coach Henry Russell (“Red”) Sanders, little did he know the effect of what he said lasted for decades, since…

  • Inter Miami and the South American Connection

    Major League Soccer’s new expansion team may have been founded my English star David Beckham, but the signs are forming that Inter Miami will be the club of choice for another demographic; Miami’s vast and thriving South American communities. The most public face of the franchise’s South American identity can be found on its still…

  • What Colour Catcher’s partnership with Man City means for WSL

    This summer’s Women’s World Cup tournament has had a lasting impact throughout the world of women’s football. From more coverage for domestic competitions to sell-out stadiums bringing in greater exposure, the platform for women’s football has grown from strength to strength.   But one aspect that is yet to be given the same luxury is…

  • After England-Bulgaria, it’s time for UEFA to stop playing the neutral

    After the racist chants during the England vs. Bulgaria game, the impetus is on UEFA to act. When any football fan on Twitter saw that England vs. Bulgaria was trending last Monday, they could’ve interpreted it in several ways: perhaps England had bottled it against a national team far below their caliber; perhaps Raheem Sterling…

  • Football – an Emotional Release for Vulnerable Asylum Seekers

    Football makes a huge difference to the lives of asylum seekers. Alongside the feelings of joy and passion that are created whilst playing the sport, joining a football team helps to foster a sense of belonging, and adds routine and familiarity to lives that are often empty and dominated by feelings of insecurity.   Asylum seekers…

  • Megan Rapinoe: The outspoken hero that football needs

    Sports are so often considered an escape from day to day life for some people, but in reality they are merely a microcosm of society. For all the issues that exist in the world, sports amplify these issues and when athletes try to speak on these issues, they’re often told to “stick to sports,” because…

  • Is it the beginning of the end for Juventus’s dynasty?

    Knowing that Juventus have just bought in a coach that won a European trophy, a defender with the potential to conquer the continent and upgraded their weakest line with Aaron Ramsey and Adrian Rabiot, this seems like a totally absurd title for an article.  We are talking about a team that has won the last…

  • Why Keylor Navas could be the answer to PSG’s goalkeeper woes

    Keylor Navas should slot straight into the starting 11 at PSG after joining from Real Madrid in a high-profile move on deadline day. The Costa Rican stopper won three Champions League titles during his time at the Bernebeu, but found first-team opportunities limited after the club signed Thibaut Courtois last year. He can now expect…