Harry Redknapp says England can win the World Cup

Harry Redknapp speaking exclusively to Emily Victoria in his local restaurant in Sandbanks

Harry Redknapp says Southgate's England have a real shot at winning the World Cup, and picked his fantasy all-time World Cup-winning team when he spoke with Sports Gazette reporter Emily Victoria. It doesn’t matter if you’re at the pub with an ice-cold frothy pint, or if you’re transfixed to the screen

Housing development plans for Udney Park divide Teddington residents and local sports clubs

London's housing crisis is putting increased pressure on local councils to allow property developers to build on green spaces.  Take the proposed developments at Udney Park in Teddington, for example.  In 2015, the land was sold by Imperial College London to Quantum Group, a “retirement living specialist”, who plan to build 107

“I’ve found futsal players tend to be easier to talk to and build a rapport with” – FA Referees on differences between officiating football and futsal matches

In a football season where refereeing decisions have dominated the back pages for the all the wrong reasons, Sports Gazette spoke to three FA referees about their experiences in officiating both football and futsal, and why getting involved in the latter should be encouraged to the younger generation. From the introduction

A Day at the Arsenal Museum

Despite a tricky couple of years on the pitch, Arsenal fans stand by their history. They became the first London club to win England’s top flight in 1931 and remain the capital’s most decorated side domestically, with 13 league titles and the same number of FA Cups.  This history is well

The Raheem Sterling saga: malicious journalism missing the point

Seven days ago, it was all going a bit too well. There was no looming media presence surrounding the England national football team demanding that they win the World Cup. We had even skirted around the minefield of the country’s 24-year-old captain claiming they could win in Russia - everything was

The Asian Football List 2018: why representation matters

The Asian Football List recognises individuals across five different categories for their contribution in the football industry. Sports Gazette spoke to three of the winners about their experiences as a minority and why representation matters.  When Sonia Randev decided to organise the event, she only had one mission in mind: