In the aftermath of Gianluigi Buffon’s likely final ever appearance in the UEFA Champions League, no superlative is too excessive to describe the Juventus legend, the greatest goalkeeper of all time, writes Ste McGovern.
In 2005, the Champions League quarter-final between rivals AC Milan and Internazionale was abandoned amidst a flurry of flares and bottles raining down on the pitch. On the anniversary of that famous night Ste and Conor talk about the Milan Derby, how it started and why it’s actually one of the friendlier rivalries in football.
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Whatever happened to Master Football? It used to feature regularly on Sky Sports up until 2011, but no Masters events have taken place in the UK since then. We talk […]
Considered one of the great football mavericks, Robin Friday was infamous for his debauchery and crazy antics. But he also happened to possess an innate talent that wowed crowds when […]
When Manchester United achieved what was thought to be the un-achievable in claiming the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League all in one season, it was not only ground-breaking, […]
Sporting KC bring their own hellish brand of football fandom to Major League Soccer, writes Maurice Brosnan of Balls.ie. In Dante’s Inferno, Dante Alighieri’s 14th-century divine comedy, the Italian poet details the […]
Did you know that Belgium have reached the final of a major tournament? Don’t worry if you didn’t, because no one ever seems to remember EURO 80, writes Ste McGovern. General consensus […]