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AFCON’s impact on the Ivory Coast

The Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) has just finished in Ivory Coast, with the host nation overcoming great odds to win the tournament. The tournament is held every two years…

Should we be boycotting the World Cup in Qatar?

You certainly don’t have to be a football fan to love the World Cup. The national mood soars, the pub gardens are booked to the brim, and ‘Three Lions’ ends…

Lionel Messi crowned Best FIFA Men’s Player: should he win the Ballon d’Or again?

With Cristiano Ronaldo playing increasingly fewer games each season and Lionel Messi picking up more and more injuries, it would seem that a footballing era, one dominated by quite possibly…

Van Basten reignites debate about reform in football

One of the greatest footballers of all time, Marco van Basten, has opted for a set of proposals to revolutionise football. If implemented, the results could be sub-par. The Dutchman,…

World Cup update has been met with scepticism

It would be an understatement to say that football’s governing body Fifa have had a few controversies over the last few years. Claims of corruption arose from the awarding of…

The FA defy Fifa’s ruling on poppies as a political symbol

Fifa has recently denied a request to make an exception to the ban on political messages in the sport, which would allow English and Scottish players to wear armbands featuring…

FIFA disbands anti-racism task force claiming job is done

In March 2013, FIFA opened a task force against racism and discrimination with the primary goal of “leading FIFA’s action in this key area”, according to a letter former President…

It’s time to stop the personal attacks on Sepp Blatter

Now Sepp Blatter has stepped down as president of Fifa he has decided he is going to use all of his spare time to concentrate on improving his tennis game:…