Remembering Roberto Carlos' Immortal Goal at Le Tournoi
It has been 20 years since Le Tournoi gave soccer one of the greatest goals of all time. Roberto Carlos' strike lit up the competition, but it was England who triumphed in this oft-forgotten international contest.
The Myth and Magic of Jose Leandro Andrade, Soccer's First Black Icon
At times, the story of Jose Leandro Andrade sounds semi-fictional – and aspects of it probably are. But, rather than diminish his incredible legacy, this uncertainty strengthens the intrigue surrounding one of football's first truly global icons.
Kosovo Prepare For International Football Debut Amid Continued Controversy
Kosovo will make their competitive international debut tonight – but half of the team still don’t know if they’ll be allowed to play.
The Global Game: Is Exporting Players the Key to National Team Success?
The best footballing nations are exportation leaders – or so the data suggests. Is it time for England to start sending players abroad to make them more complete both on and off the pitch?