Opinions galore on everything about the surrogate religion, that is sport.
SRINIVAS SADHANAND \ 13th February 2020
MISSION MAHREZ IS FINALLY IN FULL FLIGHT AND IT’S TIME TO SIT UP AND TAKE NOTICE
ANIRUDH SOMAN \ 8th February 2020
THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF BEING A PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALLER
ABHISHEK DASH \ 6th February 2020
Swimming With The Sharks: The Emiliano Buendía Story
ARE YOUNG PLAYERS SET UP TO CRASH AND BURN IN FOOTBALL’S FINANCIALLY-FUELLED CLIMATE?
FROM THE INDIAN STREETS TO THE PORTUGUESE FLOODLIGHTS: AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH S.C. ALBA’S SUNAI CHABBRA
Delving Into The Overlooked Transfer Approach Of Signing Players From Relegated Clubs
AN ODE TO THE BLACK CAPS- THE EMBODIMENT OF THE GENTLEMAN’S GAME?
What makes this current crop of New Zealanders is the fact that while they leave it all out on the pitch, there is a personal side to all of these seasoned pros that reveals itself to the fans and adds a certain narrative to each of their stories which makes for the Black Caps to be the embodiment of what is rightly referred to as the gentleman’s game.
BALLON D’OR FÉMININ: AN EXERCISE IN PR??
Megan Rapinoe has been stealing headlines for all the right reasons. Her stances on inclusivity in football through aspects such as demanding equal pay for women as well as her openness about her sexual orientation have made her a role model. On the back of a World Cup winning campaign, Rapinoe has had a terrific year. However, playing just 6 matches for Reign FC this season, did the American deserve the ultimate individual accolade in women’s football? We tackle the question to seek answers about the puzzling decision.