Setting the scene for the Euro 2012 finals that kick off today, World Soccer editor, Gavin Hamilton, hopes that the quality of the football on…
A favourable draw, a statistical omen, the signs are looking good for Real Madrid as the Champions League reaches its business end.
The intimate relationship between certain managers and their agents represents a conflict of interests, but it is difficult to see how the authorities can intervene.
Gavin Hamilton argues that Joachim Low's Germany have improved since the World Cup two years ago and will be the team to avoid in next…
APOEL Nicosia's strong start to their Champions League campaign, has come as a breath of fresh air in an otherwise predictable competition.
Gavin Hamilton believes that the ultimate beneficiary of today's landmark court ruling on broadcasting rights will be the armchair viewer.
Will Manchester City's new footballing academy produce homegrown players, or will the club's desire for short term success result in them buying youngsters from other…
Lothar Matthaus's coaching career appears to confirm the rule that great players do not make great coaches.
With 12 months to go before Euro 2012, there is still much work to be done.
Gavin Hamilton looks at the 2014 World Cup draw and identifies the groups that will grab the headlines when the qualifiers kick off.