The latest opinion and commentary from our football columnists.
Many expected Mourinho to easily defend Chelsea's crown this term, but in a very surprising turnaround he's currently 3/12.
7 young stars under 24 by 2015 who turned into world-class players by the age of 20.
Except for Manchester United spending more than £40 million on new players, there hasn’t been much disturbance on the Premier League summer transfer market.
The amounts available to the participating clubs and to solidarity payments have tremendously increased from the 2012-15 cycle.
Former Brentford boss Mark Warburton is hot favourite for the vacant Rangers job. With promotion an absolute must next season, we analyse why Warburton would be the perfect appointment.
The January 2015 transfer window wasn't as dramatic of fulfilling as many of the recent transfers windows but a few big deals still took place.
An article looking at 5 players whose careers have not lived up to the hype surrounding them
A brief look at FC Internationale's decline in recent years through the eyes of an Italian supporter.
A look at how last season's late title blunders has broken the Anfield-club's spell
Who will be named as the league's top goalscorer in May?
Who is exactly in the best shape to go all the way this season? We take a look at the Premier League’s contenders, and just how they’ll fair in 2014/15.
I was a Tim Sherwood fan. I still am. I wrote to Daniel Levy enraged about his inevitable axe at Spurs. The morning after, he was gone.
My insight into Manchester United's manager David Moyes.
My opinion on Manchester United this season.
A look at Portsmouth FC's fall from the top and if a return is possible.
What makes football great? Is the thrill of your team scoring that late winner in the 90th minute? Is it the cunning and clever deals in the transfer window?
Part 1 of the series talks about football in Australia and looks to the future of the A- League.
An article all about the next generation of English midfield
South American players flood European football in this day and age, but it is quite a different story for managers from the same continent.
Botafogo FR of Brazil have been punching above their weight in the league recently, but is it over-achievement, or the signal of a new era?
Walter Mazzari is leading his new club Internazionale back in the right direction as they go second after a 7-0 thrashing of Sassuolo.
Paolo Di Canio has been sacked as Sunderland manager after a poor start to the Premier League season, but was the jump from League One To Premier League too big?
Joao Moutinho recently completed an expensive move to moneybags Monaco, but is it really the right direction he should be going in?
A detailed article about the premier division of Brazilian football, which is steadily improving before the 2014 World Cup.