South Sudan is 10 years old, but it's not a particularly happy birthday. Could a custom-built new capital help?
From banned entrants to citizens being interrogated for voting for rival countries, Eurovision’s history is littered with bizarre political feuds.
6.5 million people across Europe are trying to live normal lives in countries mostly unrecognised by the rest of the world.
Having signed for Moldovan side FC Dacia in 2010, things quickly went sour for Rohan Ricketts. With wages unpaid, contracts manipulated and legal options seemingly exhausted, his time in Moldova left him disillusioned with the game.
Latvia's top-tier Virsliga lost three clubs last season, with long-running accusations of match-fixing and financial irregularities dogging the Baltic state's domestic division. Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
The Intertoto Cup had no final, no trophy and no winner. So how exactly did the competition survive for almost half a century?
With UEFA admitting Kosovo on May 3, the country's 25-year dream of full FIFA membership is almost complete.
Telling the story of Brian Clough's disastrous 44-day spell at Leeds, The Damned United has now been adapted into a play. We spoke with actor Andrew Lancel, the man charged with portraying Old Big 'Ead on the stage.
Danny Karbassiyoon once played for a cherished Arsenal side. Now, as the team's North American scout, he's in charge of finding the next generation of talent.
From the obscurity of Welsh second division football to making inroads in U.S. soccer, Onua Obasi's journey has been anything but simple. That, however, has helped the Englishman to appreciate his good fortune.
By simply challenging the established order, Leicester City have achieved something remarkable this season. But history suggests the upcoming period will be the most challenging yet for the Foxes.
Manchester United's Fergie-era success did strange things to opposition fans, contorting otherwise rational minds into wastelands of jealousy and loathing.