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  • Interview: Ronny Rosenthal On Liverpool, Current Side and Celtic Target Shon Weissman

    Ronny Rosenthal made an instant impact when he joined Liverpool, quickly helping the Reds to the title. We spoke to him.

  • Interview: Nikos Dabizas On Sir Bobby Robson’s Greatness And Dennis Bergkamp Goal

    Former Newcastle United star Nikos Dabizas is full of admiration for Sir Bobby Robson. We spoke to him about the legendary manager.

  • Interview: Brazil Coach Pia Sundhage On Her Biggest Challenge Ever

    Pia Sundhage has embarked upon what she believes is her biggest challenge yet, as she tries to drive Brazil to success.

  • Inside History: Hungary’s Golden Team Proves A Point

    When Hungary visited Wembley to face England in 1953, football's home was a fortress, but that soon changed.

  • Interview: Erling Haaland’s Mentor Lifts Lid On Striking Sensation

    Erling Haaland is taking the football world by storm as he scores goal after goal. We went to speak to his mentor Alf Ingve Berntsen.

  • The War Generation – Alexandre Villaplane

    Alexandre Villaplane went from being one of France's top players to an infamous traitor in World War II.

  • Inside Info: Man Utd Monitor Napoli Star, Inter’s Talk With Tahith Chong’s Agents

    The transfer market is in full swing with clubs looking to push deals over the line. Inside Info looks at the very latest.

  • The War Generation – Frank Borghi

    Frank Borghi was a key member of the USA team that shocked football at the 1950 World Cup and served in World War II.

  • Paul Pogba Exit Is One Manchester United Cannot Yet Afford

    Despite Paul Pogba wanting to leave Manchester United this summer, there are still more arguments in favour of the Red Devils keeping him.

  • Davor Suker To Ryan Kent – 15 Stars You May Not Know Joe Cole Played With

    Joe Cole has called time on an illustrious career to move into coaching at Chelsea. We look at 15 players you may not know he played alongside.

  • Spurs Must Target Marcelo Bielsa If Mauricio Pochettino Heads For Old Trafford

    Tottenham could lose Mauricio Pochettino to Manchester United in the summer, and if they do, they should poach Marcelo Bielsa from Leeds.

  • Chelsea’s Baba Rahman Bidding To Resurrect Career At Schalke

    Baba Rahman seemed set for big things when he joined Chelsea, but luck deserted him and he is now trying to resurrect his career at Schalke.

  • Top 10 Chelsea Loanees To Watch This Season

    Chelsea have specialised in using the loan system to develop players on the books at Stamford Bridge. We look at 10 to watch.

  • Arsene Wenger Leaves Golden Opportunity At Arsenal After Unforgettable Reign

    Arsene Wenger has left his successor at Arsenal a golden opportunity after departing following an historic 22 years in charge of the Gunners.

  • Arsenal Crisis Is Different And Means Arsene Wenger’s Time Almost Up

    Time is running out for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, with faith that the Frenchman can turn the club's fortunes around having evaporated.

  • Radrizzani Reappraisal – Has Leeds United Owner Made These Five Big Mistakes

    Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has already earned the praise of Whites fans, but has he made a number of mistakes?

  • Interview: UEFA’s Giorgio Marchetti Talks Champions League Changes

    UEFA has made changes to the Champions League, guaranteeing the top four nations four places. We spoke to Giorgio Marchetti for his view.

  • Interview: Persib Bandung New Boy Michael Essien Talks Panathinaikos Dispute

    Chelsea legend Michael Essien, has just signed for Persib Bandung, has opened up on his dispute with Panathinaikos.

  • Interview: Arsenal Legend Gilberto Silva Opens Up On Panathinaikos Exit

    Arsenal legend Gilberto Silva has opened up on his decision to leave the sporting director role at Greek giants Panathinaikos.

  • Interview: Iceland Boss Lars Lagerback and Star Gylfi Sigurdsson Talk Euro 2016

    Iceland coach Lars Lagerback and the team's star player Gylfi Sigurdsson are relishing Euro 2016. Inside Futbol went to speak to the pair.

  • Interview: Gilberto Silva Talks Arsenal, Leicester, Philippe Coutinho and Brazil

    Gilberto Silva attained legendary status at Arsenal as part of the club's Invincibles side of the 2003/04 season. We went to speak to the former Brazil international.

  • Interview: Sweden Boss Erik Hamren Talks Euro 2016 and Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Sweden coach Erik Hamren, the man who made Zlatan Ibrahimovic national team captain, is bowing out after Euro 2016. We went to speak to him.

  • Interview: Alberto Paloschi Talks AC Milan, Swansea Switch and Italy Hopes

    Alberto Paloschi's goalscoring heroics in Serie A earned him a move to the Premier League with Swansea City. We spoke to the AC Milan youth product.

  • Confused Chelsea Strategy Continues To Be Recipe For Instability

    Chelsea's decision to sack Jose Mourinho is the continuation of a confused strategy at the club, which ensures they lurch from manager to manager, without a real identity or style.

  • Interview: Rafinha Talks Bayern Munich, Pep Guardiola and Bastian Schweinsteiger

    Bayern Munich right-back Rafinha has enjoyed great success with the Bavarian giants and is loving life under Pep Guardiola. We went to speak to the Brazilian about life with the German champions and much more.

  • Interview: Tony Adams Talks Arsenal, England and Building Gabala

    Tony Adams is the only man to captain title-winning teams in England across three decades. An Arsenal legend, Adams also won 66 caps for England. We went to speak to Adams about Arsenal, England and much more.

  • Interview: Dante Talks Bayern Munich, Wolfsburg and Bundesliga

    Dante swapped Bayern Munich for Wolfsburg in the summer transfer window, bidding to help his new club overhaul his old side in the Bundesliga. We went to speak to the defender.

  • Five Reasons Sacking Brendan Rodgers Wouldn’t Be Knee-jerk Response For Liverpool

    Liverpool are already looking likely to struggle to meet their objective of finishing in the top four this season. Should boss Brendan Rodgers be sacked as a result?

  • Why Mario Balotelli Is Really Walking Tightrope at AC Milan

    Following one nightmare campaign at Liverpool, Mario Balotelli is back at AC Milan. The striker always appears to be on his last chance, but this time he is walking a tightrope in his homeland.

  • Why Angel di Maria Would Have Been Perfect For Louis van Gaal’s New System

    Manchester United sold Angel di Maria to Paris Saint-Germain this summer, but their new system under Louis van Gaal is one he was perfect for.

  • Scottish Friendly ‘Super Saver’ Award Bonus for Burnley’s Tom Heaton

    Which goalkeepers offer clubs the best value for money? It could be assumed to be those at top clubs, but the Super Saver awards from Scottish Friendly show something different.

  • Interview: Djibril Cisse Talks Liverpool, Panathinaikos And Son Knocking Back Man Utd

    Former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse has won the Champions League and played at the highest level of the game. We went to speak to the French hitman.

  • MLS Relishing Giving Home To Liverpool Legend Steven Gerrard

    Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard is the MLS' newest attraction after his move to Los Angeles Galaxy. All eyes are on the midfielder, who arrives in the United States with much still left in the tank.

  • Interview: Milan Baros Talks Istanbul, Liverpool and Galatasaray Goals

    Milan Baros helped Liverpool claim their fifth European Cup in 2005, while he also notably banged in the goals for the Czech Republic and Galatasaray. We spoke to him in an exclusive chat.

  • Why Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich Just Can’t Match His Barcelona

    Pep Guardiola built one of the finest teams in football history at Barcelona and is now attempting to do the same at Bayern Munich. But there is one crucial factor which is in play.

  • Why Liverpool’s Biggest Problem Is FSG, Not Brendan Rodgers

    Liverpool's troubles appear focused on the plight of manager Brendan Rodgers. But that the Northern Irishman has survived a finish of sixth in the Premier League shows the real issue is the club's owners, FSG.

  • Why Sepp Blatter’s FIFA Departure Poses Yet More Questions

    Sepp Blatter's decision to resign as FIFA president just days after being re-elected has shaken world football and posed a whole host of further questions for the governing body.

  • Interview: Ilie Dumitrescu Talks Harry Kane, 1994 World Cup and More

    Ilie Dumitrescu is widely considered to be one of the best players Romania has ever produced and was inspirational at the 1994 World Cup. We went to speak to the former Spurs and West Ham man.

  • Interview: Wolfsburg Striker Bas Dost Talks Bundesliga, Thrashing Bayern and More

    Bas Dost has taken the Bundesliga by storm, scoring with reckless abandon for Wolfsburg and stunning Bayern Munich in the process. We went to speak to the Dutch hitman.

  • Interview: New Zealand Coach Anthony Hudson Talks World Cup, Winston Reid and More

    Anthony Hudson is one of the brightest up and coming managers in world football, having made his mark in charge of Bahrain before leaving to take over at New Zealand, who he aims to guide to the 2018 World Cup. We went to speak to him.

  • Interview: Mark Wotte Talks Scottish Reform, Rangers, Arab Spring and Southampton

    Mark Wotte has enjoyed coaching spells in Scotland, the Netherlands, England, Egypt, Romania and Qatar. Scotland's recent performance director, he is a deep thinker on the game. We went to meet him.

  • Manuel Neuer Has Strong Case As FIFA Ballon d’Or Result Imminent

    The race for the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or is a three-way scrap between Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer. Ronaldo is expected to take the crown, but Neuer has had his case talked up.

  • United States May Be Football’s Best Hope of FIFA Clean-up

    FIFA still has a ticking timebomb with its decision to award the 2022 World Cup to Qatar. But an American investigation could bring things to a head and explode the bomb, meaning a clean-up will be unavoidable.

  • In Demand? Arsenal and Manchester United’s Top Defensive Transfer Targets

    Both Manchester United and Arsenal are badly in need of defensive reinforcements, but landing their dream targets looks tough this month. Nevertheless, Inside Futbol examine those stars in demand at the Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford.

  • Why Magical Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry Was One Of A Kind

    Thierry Henry has retired from football, ending a career during which he established himself not just as an Arsenal legend, but one of the Premier League's greatest ever players. The French hitman will be missed by all.

  • Seven Realistic Replacements for Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool in Mid-Season

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is under huge pressure and it is by no means certain the Northern Irishman will see out the season at Anfield. If Liverpool did pull the trigger, who could realistically replace him? We look at seven contenders.

  • Do Arsenal Struggles Mean Arsene Wenger Is In Last Season at Emirates?

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is again coming under pressure from the club's supporters and, with the Gunners failing to live up to expectations, could the Frenchman finally be in his last season?

  • Arsenal Legend Thierry Henry Looks for Final Flourish in MLS Playoffs

    The MLS playoffs are in full flow and all eyes are on New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry. The Arsenal legend could well hang up his boots this season, meaning the MLS playoffs may be his final flourish.

  • Why Brendan Rodgers Needed Leaf Out of Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaal Book

    Liverpool are toiling this season under Brendan Rodgers, despite the manager having splashed over £100m on new players over the summer. Rodgers may wish he had taken a lesson in transfers from Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaal if it all goes wrong.

  • Timeless Francesco Totti Continuing To Cement Spot Amongst Greats

    Picking a list of the top 20 players over the last 15 years is a tough task, but Roma icon Francesco Totti makes a strong case for inclusion. The Italian has remained true to his boyhood club and is still going strong at 38 years old.

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