Watch: Harry Redknapp Picks Fantasy England XI

England play Brazil tonight in a friendly at Wembley stadium. It is a fitting stage considering Harry Redknapp picked Bobby Moore to be the captain in his England fantasy XI. Moore went out with the team onto the very same venue in 1966 and went on to win the World Cup,

EXCLUSIVE former Chelsea player Dalla Bona: “Italy out of the World Cup would be a disaster”

When manager Claudio Ranieri signed him for FC Chelsea in 1999, Samuele Dalla Bona was arguably one of Italian football's brightest young talents. At the time, leaving the mighty Serie A for the Premier League was met with incredulity and bewilderness among Italian fans. Apart from Christian Vieri, who joined Atletico

10 iconic “Movember” looks in football

The month of November has many characteristics throughout the world. There's Thanksgiving in the United States, Armistice Day in the UK, and Day of the Dead in Mexico to name a few. There is one event that is celebrated from all parts of the world. No Shave November or "Movember"

From talk of the city to whisper of the town. The dreadful demise of FC Kaiserslautern

They used to be the major talking point of the nineties. No doubt, Germany's World Cup glory at Italia '90 and the subsequent European silverware when football came home in 1996 effectively grabbed the headlines in those days but there was one story in particular that stood out more than any other

World Cup Play-offs: eight national teams, eight key players

Northern Ireland, Switzerland, Croatia, Greece, Sweden, Italy, Denmark and Republic of Ireland are the eight european teams fighting for the last four placements that give access to the World Cup next year. The play-offs start this Thursday and as in every knockout stage played in two legs, teams are unlikely

“I believe in this team” – Takis Fyssas talks World Cup play-offs and Euro 2004

With Greece facing a winner-takes-all World Cup play-off against Croatia, Matt Horsman tracked down one of the stars of the country’s incredible Euro 2004 winning campaign, Takis Fyssas, to ask him about Greece’s chances this time around and what it was like to be a European Champion. The underdog story is

Ian Darke exclusive part two: Career highlights

In the second part of this interview, Ian tells us about his favourite events that he has commentated on, what piece of commentary he thinks that he is best known for and also who he thinks has been his best co-commentator over the years. Being a commentator for nearly 40 years