At the Sharpe end of football

Sharpe in action (Credit West Bromwich Albion Football Club)

Scouted at the age of five, Tom Sharpe currently plays as a midfielder for West Bromwich Albion, in the U18’s Premier Youth League. Speaking to The Sports Gazette, Tom Sharpe highlights his courage through adversity and incredible positive outlook.  His genuine and likeable personality radiates as he shares a fascinating insight

A club-by-club guide for the Women’s Libertadores 2019

By Maitane Alaña, Olga Bagatini, Flavia Festa, Alexandra Ibaceta The Women’s Libertadores 2019 kicks off this Friday with Colombian giants Atlético Huila aiming to retain the crown they won in Brazil 12 months ago. The 11th edition of the competition takes place at high altitude in Quito, Ecuador, despite the political chaos

“The potential it has and the ideas being put forward are amazing” – Ex-West Ham footballer Nathan Mavila gives the lowdown on Canada’s new Premier League

In June 2018, FIFA announced that the World Cup would be jointly hosted for only the second time in its history in 2026. The bid from the United States of America, Mexico and Canada convincingly beating out the challenge of Morocco by 134 votes to 65. While the first two countries

This is Football’s biggest underground secret

It isn't match-fixing, doping, or even money laundering. It isn’t even that Lionel Messi is, in fact, an alien. It's not dirty, illegal or even extra-terrestrial. So, then, what on earth is it? It is the London Underground football league of course! The unique concept sees employees from Tube lines, including District

James Glassup: meet one of football’s unsung heroes

If you were to ask typical football fans to pick out a star of the game, the obvious names would likely come up more often than not. Lionel Messi? Cristiano Ronaldo? Perhaps England’s Harry Kane, or in more recent times Raheem Sterling, even? But those who truly love football know that hidden beneath the glamour