Brian Glanville remembers the eventful life of Giorgio Chinaglia including the time he turned out for his Sunday league team.
Having finally ended his barren goalscoring run, could a revitalised Fernando Torres be about to repay some of the huge fee lavished upon him?
Lionel Messi is a brilliant player, but the greatest of all time? Brian Glanville for one, remains unconvinced.
Farewell Andre Villas-Boas, another victim of Roman Abramovich's desire for instant and absolute success.
English football risks incurring the wrath of FIFA if it allows politicians to become involved in the running of the game.
With Chelsea's black players being racially abused in Naples, and offensive chanting across Europe, Brian Glanville wonders whether FIFA has the means or the desire…
Brian Glanville believes that in the Luis Suarez affair, it was Liverpool manager, Kenny Dalglish, who was most at fault.
If Fabio Capello was unable to turn England into a world force, what chance is there of his successor managing it?
Brian Glanville believes that the FA's decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy, contravenes the historical precedent that a person is presumed innocent…
As he prepares to go on trial accused of racially abusing a player, there have been calls for John Terry to be stripped of the…