Eric McCoyComment

ACHIEVING IMMORTALITY: JOCK STEIN, HELENIO HERRERA, AND THE 1967 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL

“Every manager dies a little during a game. I’d rather die in a dug-out than molder away in a director’s box,”

Eric McCoyComment
ACHIEVING IMMORTALITY: JOCK STEIN, HELENIO HERRERA, AND THE 1967 EUROPEAN CUP FINAL
Alan Feehely1 Comment

SEARCHING FOR THE ROOT: MARLEY, MUSIC AND FOOTBALL

"It all feeds back to Csikszentmihalyi’s sentiment of flow, finding that place where nothing else matters."

Alan Feehely1 Comment
SEARCHING FOR THE ROOT: MARLEY, MUSIC AND FOOTBALL
Donald RossComment

A FOREIGN FIELD: JIA XIUQUAN AND LIU HAIGUANG AT PARTIZAN

the Chinese national team captain and the star striker would wear Partizan’s famous black and white shirt 57 times between them.

Donald RossComment
A FOREIGN FIELD: JIA XIUQUAN AND LIU HAIGUANG AT PARTIZAN
Alex Clapham2 Comments

EFFORT, DEDICATION, DEVOTION, GLORY: REFINING THE NEXT GENERATION AT SPORTING CLUBE DE PORTUGAL

“We check players’ skin for acne, knees and other joints for growth and we even check the genitalia of our academy players for maturity signs.”

Alex Clapham2 Comments
EFFORT, DEDICATION, DEVOTION, GLORY: REFINING THE NEXT GENERATION AT SPORTING CLUBE DE PORTUGAL

INTIMIDATION, INDEPENDENCE AND THE SPIRIT OF LES CORTS: FORGING THE BARCELONA LEGEND

"The orchestra played and the chorus sang as never before, ‘All mankind are sworn brothers where thy gentle wings abide!’ I could not see the notes because of my tears."

INTIMIDATION, INDEPENDENCE AND THE SPIRIT OF LES CORTS: FORGING THE BARCELONA LEGEND
Marc Boal1 Comment

FORWARD THINKING IN THE LAND OF FIRE AND ICE : THE INSIDE STORY OF ICELAND'S ADVANCE

"This could only happen in a country like Iceland where we all know each other."

Marc Boal1 Comment
FORWARD THINKING IN THE LAND OF FIRE AND ICE : THE INSIDE STORY OF ICELAND'S ADVANCE
Will Magee1 Comment

HOW THE JOURNEY OF AIK MIDFIELDER ROBERT TAYLOR LIGHTS THE WAY FOR YOUNG PLAYERS IN ENGLAND'S LOWER LEAGUES

There is a world outside of England for lower league footballers.

Will Magee1 Comment
HOW THE JOURNEY OF AIK MIDFIELDER ROBERT TAYLOR LIGHTS THE WAY FOR YOUNG PLAYERS IN ENGLAND'S LOWER LEAGUES
Nick Wells1 Comment

A FOOTBALLER, A HEART TRANSPLANT AND THE SEARCH FOR SELF-IDENTITY IN LAS VEGAS

It’s been 30 years since Simon Keith returned to playing competitive soccer, only a year after undergoing a heart transplant

Nick Wells1 Comment
A FOOTBALLER, A HEART TRANSPLANT AND THE SEARCH FOR SELF-IDENTITY IN LAS VEGAS
Jessie Daniels1 Comment

MORE THAN A SHIRT

How Vying for a Guinness World Record Holds Lessons for International Soccer Clubs Expanding Their Brands in the United States.

Jessie Daniels1 Comment
MORE THAN A SHIRT
Sam France2 Comments

JOSEP BARTOMEU, GLENN LIGON, AND THE JUXTAPOSITIONS OF BARCELONA

For all the criticism, Barcelona remain a shining light of sorts, but they must have a contingency plan.

Sam France2 Comments
JOSEP BARTOMEU, GLENN LIGON, AND THE JUXTAPOSITIONS OF BARCELONA