Angus Take House
Worst Take of the Week: Boogie Woogie PM vs Juventus Launch Ronaldo Defence
Two stunningly bad hot takes to bring the week to a close.
How Political Violence Invaded Italian Football
Since the 1960s, Italian ultras have been all about fascism, communism and throwing Fiat 500s at the enemy.
A Champions League Trophy, the Final Repair to Gianluigi Buffon’s Kintsugi Career
Though no career is perfect, Buffon's comes close. One trophy has eluded him, however, leaving timeworn cracks in his time at Juventus.
A Celebration of Football's Greatest Copycat Clubs
Originality is overrated. These are some of football's most famous copycat clubs from across the globe.
Hell Hath No Fury
The Cult: Pavel Nedved
Having made his breakout at Euro 96, Pavel Nedved’s blond mop became an iconic feature of Serie A. He was fiercely loyal to Juventus and his own intense brand of football, and for that we induct him into The Cult.
arsenal's invincibles in serie a
Remembering The Failed Serie A Careers Of Arsenal’s Invincibles Generation
Before they were winning titles and going a season unbeaten at Arsenal, Dennis Bergkamp, Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira were struggling in Italy. Here’s how they shook off their Serie A woes to become icons of the Premier League.
davids shaking shit up in suburbia
Remembering The Surreal Debacle That Was Edgar Davids’ Time at Barnet
In 2012, Edgar Davids made the curious decision to manage Barnet. Two years later, his surreal, frustrating and ill-fated reign had come to a close, even if many of us wanted more.
The Cult: Edgar Davids
Edgar Davids was an all-action defensive midfielder who spoke his mind, didn't take any shit, and became an icon in wraparound goggles. For his attitude, his football and his tinted shades, he earns a spot in The Cult.
The Gentle Giant: Remembering Welsh Football Legend John Charles
John Charles' goalscoring prowess in Yorkshire and Turin made him an icon of European football – and perhaps the greatest player to emerge from Wales.
Remembering a Teenage Gianluigi Buffon's International Debut
Gianluigi Buffon made his international debut for Italy in 1997. More than 160 caps and a World Cup later, he's still the Azzurri's numero uno.
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Shelvey, Pato, Pol Lirola: Vice Sports UK Goals of the Week
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s some extremely shareable content, centred on some fantastic goals!
UK Sports Staff
Squandered Talent, Bygone Youth: The Salutary Tale of Nicklas Bendtner
Nicklas Bendtner once held ambitions to be amongst the greatest strikers in the world. Now, he could be on his way to Nottingham Forest. So where did it all go wrong?