While Lionel Messi rightfully claims football’s brightest spotlight today, the Argentine was waiting in the wings at the Nou Camp while Ronaldinho held centre stage. On the day it was revealed he would finally leave Barcelona, we look back at the moment he announced himself to the watching world.
Barely three years after a bloody and violent war of independence, and less than 12 months after a bitter civil war, a football team representing a new Ireland walked out at the Olympic Games in Paris. Cian Manning looks back.
With Euro 2020 kicking off, we’re reposting an Issue 1 article by Luke Constable from the brilliantly named Ruud Gullit Sitting on a Shed. The artistry and genius of the great Zizou was captured in one piece of skill from Euro 2000.
With Canada set to host the 2026 World Cup with the USA and Mexico, reposting from Issue 3 and featured on the Póg Mo Goal podcast, Devon Rowcliffe examined the pitfalls that faced the looming Canadian Premier League.
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The subject of Episode 13 of the Póg Mo Goal podcast, we’re reposting our 2014 article where Ron Ulrich of 11freunde recalls when, for 4 minutes and 38 seconds, ‘The Miners’ were the 2001 German champions. Then Andersson struck and hell opened.
Barcelona-based Cillian Shields explores the storied history of the matchday poster through one of the best exponents of the phenomenon in Spain, CD Leganés.
To pay tribute to an Irish football hero since November 1993, on the sad passing of Alan McLoughlin, we are reposting his chat to Póg Mo Goal’s Dave O’Grady from 2014 about the release of ‘A Different Shade of Green – The Alan McLoughlin Story’, nominated for Irish Sports Book of the Year. He talks about his personal battle with cancer, that famous night in Windsor Park, Roy Keane’s Rolex watch and much more.
On the day Sócrates would have turned 67, Fergus Dowd profiles the medical student at the heart of Brazil’s 1982 World Cup side, the team Seleção supporters call the greatest of them all.
A billion-to-one anatomic anomaly added to Pavel Nedved’s legendary make-up and made him a stand-out performer for Juventus and the Czech national team.