Are Man Utd trying to make us take our eye off the ball?

Manchester United have announced they are launching their first ever professional women's team, with their home games to be played at Man Utd’s AON Training Complex. The Salford based club insist they have applied to the FA for a licence to Join the WSL as early as next season, when

“People pay subscriptions and licensing fees to hear articulate insight”: Garth Crooks on football punditry and his playing career

Garth Crooks opens up to the Sports Gazette by discussing his insights about the state of football punditry, and reflects on his professional career which spanned for 14 years in the English game. Tottenham supporters will surely have fond memories of the striker as he helped the North London club secure

World Cup draw reaction: no clear “groups of death”

There are no clear-cut “groups of death” in this edition of the greatest show on Earth, and this is exactly the way FIFA wants it. For once, we can all congratulate FIFA for doing something positive for the game. (Too soon?) If there is any sort of consensus on the toughest

England legend Chris Waddle urges Kane “to stay at Spurs”

Journalist Alessandro Schiavone has interviewed England legend Chris Waddle ahead of England versus Slovenia at Wembley Stadium on Thursday evening. Former Tottenham Hotspur winger Chris Waddle says that ‘Harry Kane isn't world-class yet' I met England legend Chris Waddle outside the iconic Wembley Stadium three hours before England’s penultimate World Cup qualifier

The Price I Paid for Being a Fresher

My first week in England has been quite calm - at least compared with other 'freshers' - but I couldn’t pass up an invitation I received from Ben, a classmate and fanatic Dortmund fan. “I have tickets for Tottenham vs Dortmund on Wednesday, does anyone want to join me?” he asked.

Assessing the battle for England’s number one shirt

England cruised to World Cup qualification last Thursday with a tense match against Slovenia at Wembley. Captain Harry Kane provided the stoppage-time goal that secured the Three Lions’ spot in Russia and, like the following match in Lithuania on Sunday night, the 1-0 victory was mediocre and unconvincing. Competing in