The time has come for Arsene Wenger to fall on his sword at Arsenal, argues Brian Glanville.
Brian Glanville wonders whether justice has finally caught up with FIFA and Jack Warner.
England's first choice strikers played like strangers, according to Brian Glanville.
England did not impress, but, says Brian Glanville, there were consolations.
Nicolas Anelka's five-match ban does not make any sense, argues Brian Glanville.
Brian Glanville believes Manuel Pellegrini and Arsene Wenger can have few complaints.
Brian Glanville looks back on the career of Tom Finney, one of English football's greatest players.
Brian Glanville looks back on an extraordinary weekend in English football, which saw league leaders Arsenal destroyed at Anfield, title favourites Chelsea held by Norwich…
The frantic activity of the last days, especially the final Friday, of the transfer window threw up some bewildering deals, one or two of which…
Amidst all the sound and fury generated by the resignation of Southampton’s chairman Nicola Cortese, spoke the still small voice of one of the team’s…