Thursday, February 23, 2017
With Jurgen Klinsmann gone as American national coach and former manager Bruce Arena back for a second spell, Alex Hayes debates whether this was the right decision.
Alex Hayes looks at the rise of Parma, who have put bankruptcy behind them and seem well on the way to achieving success once more.
With Gareth Southgate's appointment as England manager looking more imminent by the day, Andrew Williams considers whether the former Middlesbrough boss is the right man for England.
Deputy Sport editor Henry Mallin discusses his beloved Liverpool and whether the exciting start to the season under Jurgen Klopp has laid the foundations for a successful title challenge.
With Scotland playing England tonight, Richard Hunter considers whether these fixtures should occur with more regularity.
Alex Hayes looks at West Ham's move to the Olympic Stadium and how what promised to be a dream has been anything but.
Red Bull Leipzig currently sit third in the Bundesliga in their first campaign since promotion. However, their success has not gone down well with German football purists.
Wednesday Night Lights was the forefront of the AU's agenda for more interaction with sport at the University and judging by its first outing, much work still needs to be done.
The English Football League can often get lost amongst the Premier League's hype but offers some of the best action and atmosphere in Europe.
Richard Hunter provides an impassioned defence for international football following a disappointing summer of competition.