Football's ultimate journeyman: Roy Hodgson

England manager Roy Hodgson is one of the most underrated men in football. His philosophy of management, while not unique, has brought him great success across Europe.

Cesc Fabregas showed why Barcelona cannot afford to let him go

Placed on a podium by coach Gerardo Martino, Cesc Fabregas was directly involved in five of Barcelona's seven goals in their opening La Liga fixture.

The Belgium revolution starts in Tottenham, but spreads across Europe

Belgium internationals Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele and new signing Nacer Chadli started in Tottenham's 1-0 victory at Crystal Palace.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is here to entertain

With exceptional pace and a rhythmic hairstyle, Aubameyang compliments Robert Lewandowski in an ever-improving Borussia Dortmund outfit.

Jose Mourinho: The return of the prodigal son to Chelsea

Mourinho is not known across the footballing circles as team builder, but more like a mercenary given money to buy players to win trophies.

In Arsene we trust

'In Arsene we trust'....a phrase every Arsenal football club fan knows by heart . Ever since Arsene Wenger took over in 1996, he's won 3 premier league titles, 4 FA Cups, 4 Community Shields and also made a final appearance in the Champions League.

Why Chelsea is not Manchester United

Or for that matter why Real Madrid can't be Barcelona or Why the Indian cricket team can't be like Australian side - the list can be endless depending upon what country you live in, which sport you follow and also how you view your sport. In the first blog, I will wholeheartedly try to explore the 'headline' in a totally balanced way while the following entry will be from a fan's point of view.

Beauty of the Beautiful game

As I finish my morning news duties at NDTV, I decided to surf and read some of the blogs that have been written over the past couple of weeks. Believe you me I wasn't surprised one bit that more than 90% of the featured blogs were on cricket. Should Dhoni be captain? Is India playing too much cricket?

Euro 2012: Is it all about logic or the heart could win?

Euro 2012 has been quite a ride till now. Here, there and everywhere. The semi finals are half way through and predictions are madly doing the rounds. Psychic animals haven't taken to Paul and have rather disappointed. Three of the top favourites, well almost, made it to the final four. Spain edged out Portugal into the finals of the prestigious event.

Euro 2012: Taking the controversial route

The Euro 2012 is into the business zone now but has not been without its share of controversies. What all has transpired in the group phase has been ranging from the ordinary to the bizarre to the serious stuff. Here is a sneak peek into the Euro 2012 till now.


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