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  1. My World Cup Ultimate XI

    Adrian Melville

    Picking the World Cup Ultimate XI is a unique opportunity not only to decide who the best players in the world are, but to assess how those players would all fit together while wearing the same jersey. And while there really is no perfect answer, the...

    Story | Conversation | April 18, 2014
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  3. New arrivals prompt reflections on football fandom

    Andy Mitten

    I had to cancel my flight tickets to Munich last Wednesday -- where I was going to watch Bayern vs. Manchester United -- three hours before take-off. You get some of your taxes refunded to your credit card in about six years but it was cancelatio...

    Blog | April 17, 2014
  4. Hope springs for Zenit and Andre Villas-Boas

    Eliot Rothwell

    A winter of discontent has given way to a spring of hope for Zenit St. Petersburg and their new manager. "People insult my integrity, my human values, my professionalism," Andre Villas-Boas lamented as a string of bad results and burned bridges br...

    Blog | April 15, 2014
  5. Which is more painful for United fans: Liverpool or City winning ...

    Musa Okwonga

    As a Manchester United fan, I have been asked to answer the question of who I would rather see win the Premier League: Manchester City or Liverpool. My immediate reaction is Chelsea. I hope, on Sunday, that these teams draw. But, having attempted un...

    Blog | April 11, 2014
  6. Hostility to one side in Palace-Brighton charity game

    Jim Daly

    Like most football fans I always dreamed of playing for my club. In my case, it's that dream where you turn up to Selhurst Park in your full Eagles kit just in case they have a horrible outbreak of some disease that decimates the subs bench minutes b...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  7. Winning the title could be Liverpool's greatest achievement

    David Usher

    My colleague Steve Kelly wrote a fine piece earlier this week in which he pointed out that should Liverpool win their remaining five games this would be, statistically at least, the club's best-ever season. It got me thinking though, not only would i...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  8. Here comes the story of Harry Kane

    Dan Fitch

    The news that Harry Kane was starting for Tottenham in their match against Sunderland was not greeted with much enthusiasm by my fellow supporters as we made our way to the Lane on Monday night. Shock was expressed, then horror. It was if I'd just...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  9. Atleti exultant as Barca compromise their style

    Graham Hunter

    The first name which flitted into my mind when Howard Webb blew the final whistle was that of Luis Aragones. His death earlier this year robbed Atletico Madrid of the man who was, arguably, their all-time legend. On Wednesday night his old club...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  10. Taylor-made refereeing

    Peter Thorne

    Ever keen to go against the flow -- it's been a problem for me since I was a child, so blame my mother -- I'm not at all disappointed to see the debate going on over the standard of refereeing displayed at last weekend's game against Liverpool at Upt...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  11. Stockers stock is on the rise

    Michael Yokhin

    When Valentin Stocker first met his girlfriend four years ago, she didn't even know he was a footballer. He didn't mind -- quite the opposite. "I liked that," he once said. "She was interested in my personality, not my profession. Even now she doesn'...

    Blog | April 09, 2014
  12. A bridge too far for Stoke at Chelsea

    James Whittaker

    Prior to Saturday, I had written on my blog and Twitter about how any loss at Chelsea should be viewed in context of the run Stoke have had over the last couple of months. Whilst I urged fans not to react too hastily over a defeat, after Stoke's ...

    Blog | April 06, 2014
  13. Spirit of 2008 needed

    Phil Mison

    The Whites go to Aston Villa on Saturday with only a very tenuous grip now on the Premiership. My 30-odd years of football reporting tell me this Fulham side is down and out, but as a lifelong supporter we still have to pray for a miracle. It needs t...

    Blog | April 04, 2014
  14. On the road: Pack mentality

    Christie Rampone

    I have done a lot of traveling over the course of my career as a soccer player, so you'd think I'd be pretty much a pro by now. And I am. In fact, I pretty much live out of my car, driving over an hour each way from where I live in Manasquan, N....

    Blog | March 28, 2014
  15. Can MLS ever emerge from the shadow of European football?

    Roger Bennett

    Watching the spectacle of the Dodgers and Diamondbacks open their season on a cricket pitch in Sydney, attempting to take the struggling MLB brand global, my mind inevitably wandered back to soccer. As the bemused Aussie crowd watched Yasiel Puig ...

    Blog | March 27, 2014
  16. The significance of Luis Castro and Diego Reyes

    Cesar Hernandez

    If you look at my tiny table in my tiny apartment, you'll find an unknown number of tiny index cards with my handwriting on them. They are definitely not organized and most are actually hiding underneath other index cards that I have written on. It a...

    Blog | March 25, 2014
  17. Gayle gamble could pay off for Palace

    Jim Daly

    Now I'm not very good at maths (even though my dad is an accountant). In fact, I'm terrible at maths; my tax return is proof of this. You'd have thought I might have got some math skills from my pops, but I got zero. And yet, even I think I can work ...

    Blog | March 20, 2014