After the unwelcome break, Euro 2016 action resumes with the Round of 16 matchups. And what a set of matchups they are.
Month: June 2016
WIth all the problems surrounding the English and the Russians at Euro 2016, it’s always pleasant to see the Irish having the time of their lives–and being awesome.
Victor Wanyama’s impending move to Spurs is delightful news for Spurs’ supporters and the manager. How will he fit into the team?
Why can’t the U.S. put up any sort of fight against the top dogs of World football? Mike tells us why the U.S. couldn’t put a single shot at goal against Argentina.
Messi’s free-kick in the COPA America semi-final made him Argentina’s all time leading scorer–and some free-kick it was.
Amidst the current frenzy of international play, one recent Premier League move full of intrigue seems to have had the impact of raindrops on the river Seine.
Chile face Colombia in the second semi-final of the Copa America Centenario. Here’s how the game will pan out.
They won the European Championships in the year 2000 after winning the World Cup in ’98 having hosted both tournaments, but the ball game is different in 2016.
Copa Semis: USA-Argentina “50-50”; Could be a close encounter, according to Lalas
United States and Argentina are light-years apart in terms of footballing talent. But, one former U.S. international thinks the game could be much tighter.
The brutality of the Transfer Market means agents are more necessary now than ever–whether you like it or not
We think of football agents as unimportant. They are. But, they’re necessary.