The final qualifying rounds of the World Cup have all but concluded, with a few surprise nations heading to Russia next summer. There were a number of shock results, including Iceland topping group I ahead of Croatia, Ukraine and Turkey. Prominent African giants Cameroon won’t feature either, and a heavy slice of passion and culture … Continue reading World Cup Roundup: USA falter while Europe’s giants shine through
Many of England's U21s have uncertain futures. What could be in store for them?
England are out of the Women’s Euros in traditional-England style. No matter what comes our way the semi-final ‘curse’ strives on, though, once again, with after the opposition was criminally rated. The Dutch side, one of my favourite international sides right now, took hold of the match from minute one until the 90. Danielle Van … Continue reading England’s women did us proud, but Sampson’s style left a sour taste
Cornwall celebrates stars of grassroots football at annual awards ceremony.
A series covering surpises in the footballing world.
Yesterday, Sunderland announced that their women's side would revert to being a part time club.
This is a new series of article that I'm doing for own personal interest. Image of the week will, surprisingly, be where I display my favourite image from the world of football for said week.