2011 marked a revolution in women’s game – a new era for the sport that would take it to hitherto unknown levels. A lucky few were there
Reclaiming the football you thought was lost through journalism you can trust.
While the final was hardly a classic, the 2010 World Cup quarters delivered enough drama to live on in the memories of all who witnessed it
La Máquina allowed footballers to explore depths of their flair, establish what it meant to be Argentine, and to do it all in their own way
Even though time and injuries are robbing fans of his presence, Agüero legacy exists in both history and memory, and will endure over time
Shakhtar Donetsk’s success on the pitch speaks volumes for the character of those tasked with saving this incredible club from destruction
In 2004, without a single domestic league title to their name, Cienciano scaled the peaks of South American football – and I was there
Few fully understood how Enrico Marone Cinzano managed to return from Argentina in 1925 with one of the game’s great finishers by his side
One of the great American players of her generation, Shannon Boxx discusses World Cup glory and pain, lupus, Hope Solo and race
As Diego Forlan said of Federico Valverde: “I’ll risk saying that he can become in midfield what Sergio Ramos has been as a defender”
For the first time in four decades, Beşiktaş, Fenerbahce or Galatasaray aren’t playing in Europe. What has gone wrong for Turkey’s Big Three?