La Liga Lowdown, Jornada 13: Magnificent Barcelona victorious in El ClÃ¡sico is a post from:
After weeks of constant hype, Barcelona and Real Madrid finally met in the Camp
Nou last night for the first ClÃ¡sico of the season. Weeks of "Messi vs Cristiano",
"Guardiola vs Mourinho" were finally put to an end as BarÃ§a emerged as winners.
The Saturday Skills #4 is a post from: Just Football
Last week on The Saturday Skills we brought you the mastery of Ronaldinho. This week's
Saturday Skills is a compilation of flicks and tricks from various stars around the world,
compiled impressively by pembs1 on Youtube.
Weekend Six Pack More Bolton, Championship Crunch, Low goal Clasico is a post from: Just
Each week our betting columnist Rob Hartnett will bring you six bets from the weekend
football action.Â Rob is the public face of leading In Play betting specialists 188BET.com and
appears regularly on the Bolton, Wigan, Chelsea, Aston Villa, Liverpool and Everton websites doing
Feyenoord Falling Fast is a post from: Just Football
Feyenoord fans are angry. The little road sign above gives a clue why. Stephen Farrell
returns to elaborate on a Dutch downfall.
Fans of some of Europe's biggest clubs have been having a tough time of it this season.
Liverpool have been slow to get going in the Premier League, Bayern Munich are eighth after their
worst ever Bundesliga start and even the previously dominant Inter Milan are sixth in Serie A, nine
points off the pace.
Canadian brothers in arms is a post from: Just Football
Julian de Guzman (above) is a Canadian international. His brother Jonathan meanwhile
declared for the Netherlands. What's the story there? Making his debut for Just
Football, Tom Victor reports on the very different paths of this intriguing football
The Saturday Skills #3 Ronaldinho is a post from: Just Football
The Saturday Skills is a new feature on Just Football, in
which we bring you a tonic to the detailed commentary, analysis and thought-provoking debate that
we usually provide for you here in the form of some of the most jaw-dropping, aesthetically
beautiful football skills we can find.
Youth revolution in Norway is a post from: Just Football
Youth football month on Just Football continues now with a trip to
Scandinavia to look at a nation whose faith in youth is beginning to pay dividends. Another first
cap, we welcome Vegard Rostad Rinne.
Norwegian football has undergone somewhat of a youth revolution in recent years, having fallen
quite badly in standard since theÂ start of the millennium.
Modern England fans. Boo all the time. is a post from: Just Football
At half time and full time of England vs France, England were booed off the
pitch. Now, the problem with booing the team off is that whether intended as a show of displeasure
aimed at a collective or not, when you boo one you boo them all.
The Saturday Skills #2 Alexis Sanchez is a post from: Just Football
The Saturday Skills is a new feature on Just Football. We've
spent all week bringing you thought-provoking and reasoned analysis now it's the weekend relax and
unwind with an array of high class skills from some of the game's top performers.
Josh McEachran and the sprouting shoots of Chelsea's Academy is a post from: Just Football
There he is. Staring at you. The future of Chelsea. The future of England? Who knows. As our
youth football month continues on Just FootballPhilip Rolfe, man in the
know when it comes to Chelsea youth, has more.
Ravel Morrison The Next 'Saviour of English Football'? is a post from: Just Football
Talented but troubled, a genius fighting demons hmm, where have I heard that before?
Continuing our ongoing youth football theme running throughout November, Nick, editor of the
excellent United Youth, is here to talk to us about a genuine young English sensation progressing
through the ranks at Old Trafford:
As the English national side stumbles from one underwhelming tournament display to the next,
it's a frustrating and frequently self-defeating habit of both the media and supporters to pin all
hopes for the future on one man (or boy, as is often the case).
Top 100 Young Players in World Football, 2010 (Don Balon) is a post from: Just Football
Here on Just Football we like to keep a keen eye on youth talent in
football and emerging young stars of the game, as we did at the Under-20 World Cup in 2009 and the
Under-19 European Championships in France earlier this year.
Liverpool go down Director of Football route is a post from: Just Football
Someone at Anfield has been reading Just Football. A month ago our
very own Gregg Carter wrote a detailed analysis of how a Dirctor of Football model could work in
the British game despite it being a more unpopular model of directorship than the traditional
managerial system in Britain.
Nani vs Spurs Goal or No Goal? is a post from: Just Football
Nani's goal for Manchester United against Tottenham at Old
Trafford has caused a lot of debate. ESPN called it 'a farce', BBC called it 'controversial',
Tottenham's official website went for 'bizarre' but should it have stood?