Brian Glanville applauds Steven Gerrard's criticism of Rafa Benitez.
With plenty of possession and numerous goalscoring opportunities, Arsenal exemplify the perverse nature of football.
Brian Glanville reports on the latest scandal to hit his football's governing body.
Brian Glanville is underwhelmed by Rooney's achievement.
Brian Glanville compares the current Wales team to the 1958 side, which he believes was good enough to have won the World Cup.
For the time being, money is no guarantee of success in the Premier League. Long may it continue, argues Brian Glanville.
Although there is no evidence to link Sepp Blatter with Fifa corruption, questions must be asked about his role as president.
Jose Mourinho's petulance shows that all is not well at Stamford Bridge.
In the absence of a credible challenger to Michel Platini, the Uefa president is on course to become football's most powerful man.
As Michel Platini appears set to confirm he will stand for the Fifa presidency, Brian Glanville asks whether he is the right man for the…