Is Cheating Acceptable in Soccer if it Makes for Great Entertainment?
Barcelona's triumph over Paris Saint-Germain was an incredible sporting achievement, if you ignore the comical dive by Luis Suarez to win a vital penalty. But when the outcome is so enthralling, should we simply turn a blind eye to cheating?
Total Footballer, Total Rebel: Johan Cruyff and The Resurgence of Catalonian Pride
Several months on from the passing of one of the game's greatest icons, Shirsho Dasgupta examines how Johan Cruyff's upbringing in sixties Amsterdam prepared him for hero status among the Catalan people.
Europe's Mid-Market Clubs Are Missing Out on the American Soccer Gold Rush
Soccer is now a mainstream American spectator sport, commanding mainstream fan dollars. So why aren't more European clubs making a serious marketing push to cash in?