Andrew Thomas is a football writer. He is based in London.
As football analytics marches onward, we take a look at a new book that promises to set you right about football.
Something is rotten in the state of Albion, and it's not just Roy Hodgson's players, or his tactics.
It seems that Roberto Mancini was destined to lose his job as manager of Manchester City whatever the result of the FA Cup final. Does it matter that the cups seem to be losing their polish?
Bale? Van Persie? Nah. Ignore the big names, discard the usual suspects. Here are XI players who didn't get the nod, but could and maybe should have done.
An exclusive, behind-the-scenes, exclusive, hands-on, exclusive preview of the latest edition of EA Sports' long-running money-hoover, FIFA 14. It's really serious. Seriously.
Wales travel to Scotland on Friday, with both teams hoping to make progress towards Brazil 2014. SB Nation looks back at five classic encounters between two of the oldest international teams around.
Are you looking for somebody to partner Franz Beckenbauer in the fantasy defence of your dreams? Why not consider Poland's Jerzy Gorgoń? You wouldn't be alone.
When it comes to goals, there are none finer than those diverted by the underside of the crossbar. Here are some particularly pleasing examples.
Following his Chelsea side's 2-0 win over Middlesbrough, Rafael Benítez did what no manager can afford to do. He had opinions. Loads of them.
When it comes to great footballers, it's okay that they can't do everything. The same goes for goalkeepers.
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