Brian Glanville, who watched Eusebio in the flesh on a number of occasions, looks back on the career of the great Portuguese forward.
Brian Glanville explains why humiliating defeats for for both Tottenham and Arsenal cost one manager his job, but had little bearing on the job prospects of the other.
Brian Glanville is sceptical of the usefulness of psychologists in football, not least when they are employed to advise children as young as 10.
The recent poll conducted by World Soccer to find the Greatest XI of all time revealed that unlike cricket, football's past greats are quickly forgotten.
Does David Beckham belong to the history or to the mythology of football? Was he remotely worth those 115 England caps? Brian Glanville delivers his verdict on the former England
Brian Glanville is sorry to see West Ham leave Upton Park, but he has no time for the gnashing of teeth that has accompanied the decision to allow the club…
Managers continue to come and go at Chelsea and for all the silverware Roman Abramovich's largesse has brought to the club, they continue to lurch from one crisis to another.
Roy Hodgson’s late choice of Crystal Palace’s greatly gifted attacker Wilfried Zaha seemed on the face of it a strange even a bizarre one.
After the farcical postponement of their World Cup qualifier in Warsaw, England reverted to type when the game was eventually played, producing an uninspired, unconvincing performance against an inventive Poland…
The condemnation hurled at John Terry by the FA commission cannot obscure the fact that the case was handled badly from start to finish.