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  1. Oh My God, I Can't Believe I Need To Write This Column

    Kate Fagan

    On Monday, a New Zealand columnist rattled off every possible sexist viewpoint in dismissing the concerns of female soccer players. The problem isn't necessarily the column itself; it's that his off-target opinions are held by many other people, too.

    Story | Conversation | December 30, 2014
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  3. High temperatures still a concern at World Cup

    Tim Vickery

    FIFA makes the bulk of its revenue from the sale of television rights. The problem presented by a World Cup in Brazil is that FIFA needs three separate kick-off times per day, all of them preferably at a time accessible to the European TV market. The...

    Blog | May 28, 2014
  4. Beware, Tuzos: Santos are comeback kings

    Rafael Ramos Villagrana

    LOS ANGELES -- Sealed, signed and delivered, Pachuca seal Santos' fate: 2-0. The problem is that Santos believe they are "warriors," as their nickname states. They are perhaps a team to be written off, but only after their ashes have been removed ...

    Blog | May 09, 2014
  5. Leon and Santos eliminate Cruz Azul and America

    Andrea Canales

    The problem with poltergeists is that it apparently isn't possible to kill a ghost. Apparently they can be convinced or otherwise cajoled to cross over to someplace where they won't cause trouble, as seemed to happen to Cruz Azul when the team appear...

    Blog | May 04, 2014
  6. The problem with the Copa America Centenario

    Tim Vickery

    The oldest continental competition in the world, the Copa America, was first played in 1916. Four countries participated -- one of them was Chile, who have still never won it. The others were Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, who between them have gone ...

    Blog | May 04, 2014
  7. Criticism unwarranted for struggling Mesut Ozil

    Michael Cox

    In football, the problem with appearing nonchalant is that you're at the mercy of your team's collective performance. When Dimitar Berbatov was challenging for the title, he was relaxed. When battling relegation with Fulham, he was merely lazy. When ...

    Blog | February 11, 2014
  8. Possible targets for Lucas Leiva role at Liverpool

    Martin Laurence,

    With Liverpool 2-0 down at home to Aston Villa at the weekend it was clear what the problem was. The side was too stretched in midfield and the burden was on an ageing Steven Gerrard to do the lion's share of defensive work in that area. He was expos...

    Blog | January 23, 2014
  9. The problem with Michael Owen

    David Usher

    Liverpool travel to Stoke City this weekend as the club that launched Michael Owen's career takes on the side where it all ended for him. Owen achieved some truly great things in his career, scoring goals for fun and winning plenty of trophies while ...

    Blog | January 09, 2014
  10. January transfer window ins and out at Aston Villa

    Kevin Hughes

    This will be a crucial transfer window for Villa, as manager Paul Lambert acknowledges the need to add experienced players to his young squad in a bid to halt a worrying dip in form. The problem, as always, will be meeting the salary demands of such ...

    Blog | January 03, 2014
  11. Moyes welcomes another endangered peer

    Mark Payne

    The problem with this football thing is that someone's got to win and someone's got to lose. This has been a brutal period for the football managers whose results have been wobbly. Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham and Steve Clarke at West Bromwich Albi...

    Blog | December 20, 2013
  12. Credit for Southampton too much to ask?

    Chris Rann

    The problem with edited highlights of a game is that they are just that. Edited. Anyone who tuned into the nation's favourite highlights show on Saturday night would have watched the exchanges between Manchester United and Southampton in the 1-1 d...

    Blog | October 20, 2013
  13. Di Canio knew the problem, but not the solution

    Kristan Heneage

    "Me, Myself and I" -- the title of a hip-hop classic, and it was also Paolo Di Canio's three favourite topics of conversation. A "character" of English football, his 175 days on Wearside were brief but eventful, just like the fireworks with which ...

    Blog | September 25, 2013
  14. Vela is not the solution to the problem

    David Faitelson

    The fire of hope continues to burn. It is burning more than ever. But we cannot mistake its heat, light and direction. Mexican fans urgently need something to believe in, a hope to cling onto, a reason to dream. It seems that they have just found ...

    Blog | September 19, 2013
  15. Is the end nigh for Osieck?

    John Duerden

    Fans Down Under woke up early last Sunday to watch the men in the famous gold shirts run rings around a static and passive opposition. The problem was, Australia were in their change strip of blue. Those supporters who went back to bed must have stru...

    Blog | September 14, 2013
  16. Mexico now has the problem of too many good players

    David Faitelson

    ... And the next morning, like a dream, everything changed: the attitude, the reviews, the dreams and even the ambitions. Is soccer as simple as the results of a friendly game on a hot night in August in the outskirts of New York? If it isn't, it su...

    Blog | August 16, 2013
  17. Forward thinking still on the list for happy Harry

    Sean Smith

    While Saturday's 1-1 draw away at Huddersfield may on paper look a little disappointing, particularly when you see an enigmatic Watford side tearing up the Championship, it is job done for a happy Harry Redknapp and QPR. Finishing was the problem ...

    Blog | August 11, 2013