Brian Glanville remembers Johan Cruyff, the third best footballer he has ever seen.
The precious talents of Alex Iwobi and Marcus Rashford could have been used earlier in the season.
Like most neutrals, Brian Glanville is hoping that Leicester City can defeat the odds and win the Premier League title.
Amid the moral outrage over Adam Johnson's behaviour, it is worth remembering that not all footballers transgress in such a way.
Brian Glanville is pleased to see Sepp Blatter gone, but not entirely enamoured of his successor.
Manuel Pellegrini brought shame on the FA Cup by fielding a weakened Manchester City against Chelsea.
Two crucial Premier League matches were blemished by poor refereeing decisions.
Neither of the leading candidates inspires confidence, argues Brian Glanville, for whom Fifa is beyond redemption.
Leicester City's exploits have shamed the big guns of the Premier League.
Chelsea's decision not to offer John Terry a new contract s a callous act, argues Brian Glanville.