Having made his name with Leicester and Everton, the mid eighties saw Gary Lineker snapped up by ‘El Tel’ at Barca. Together, they would stir a slumbering Catalan giant, and restore glory to the club once more.
Not too long ago, games between Arsenal and Stoke produced a truly poisonous atmosphere. Circumstances seem to have blunted their philosophical rivalry, however.
In November 1994, Wales travelled to Georgia for a Euro '96 qualifier – and the hosts ran riot. What happened in Tbilisi that day would go down as one of the worst Welsh showings on the international stage.
In the final part of our Premier League Review, we track Joe Allen’s Christlike career progression from footballing death to divine resurrection.
In our third and final Premier League Preview, we look to the struggles of the three ‘S’s and assess their hopes ahead of a crucial weekend.
Once champions of England, Blackburn Rovers have fallen on hard times since their purchase by the deeply unpopular Venky's Group. An increasingly empty Ewood Park tells a sad story – fans of the club are gradually falling out of love with their team.
Our fourth Premier League preview brings together Southampton, Stoke City, Sunderland and Swansea City. All will harbour hopes of a top-half finish, but there is a real chance that at least one will be drawn into the relegation battle this term.
In November 2011, Wales boss Gary Speed took his own life. A little under four years later, his country qualified for Euro 2016. Chris Coleman is in charge now, but Speed remains closely linked with the side that will play in France.
Only survivors of abuse are allowed on stage at Rape Is Real and Everywhere, a show touring Canada starting May 15.