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The Football Project · Jan 28, 2013

Episode 001: Managers


The Football Project · Jul 4, 2012

The danger of hero worship

The nervous tension has been slowly building since your alarm clock shook you from your slumber this morning, the atmosphere on the much travelled road to the ground has got the blood pumping, you’re running a little late and the queues at the turnstile...

The Football Project · Jul 3, 2012

The rapid growth of the Chinese Super League

Chinese football, over the years, has rarely received much coverage on a global scale.

The Football Project · Jun 15, 2012

Why England should fear Sweden

Later today, England battle Sweden in both team’s second match of Euro 2012...

The Football Project · Jun 5, 2012

A Scottish view on Euro2012

As the European Championships approach, the world is awash with insightful, well researched pieces on the merits of the competing nations.

The Football Project · Jun 5, 2012

Teams of Euro 2012: Sweden

With Euro 2012 just days away, we are starting to come to the end of our previews of each team competing...

The Football Project · May 19, 2012

Celtic were the outstanding team – Scottish Premier League review

And so the curtain is closed on another season in the magical and wonderful world of the Scottish Premier League...

The Football Project · Apr 16, 2012

Goal-line technology isn’t for me

Every week in the world of football, there are decisions which we question.

The Football Project · Mar 30, 2012

SPL players at Euro 2012

If you’ve been following The Football Project recently then you will know that we are very excited for the European Championships in Poland and Ukraine...

The Football Project · Mar 2, 2012

The England B Team

At the time of writing, Scotland have not yet played their game against Slovenia, a friendly, which is being shown on pay-per-view, a joke if you ask me...

The Football Project · Feb 27, 2012

From UEFA Cup Final to fighting for promotion

The Football Project is delighted to welcome guest writer David Chalmers to the site, with his whistle-stop tour through the history of Middlesborough Football Club It’s 1876, and Middlesbrough Football Club has just been formed by members of Middle...

The Football Project · Feb 24, 2012

Celtic without Rangers?

There is no need to bore you with all the recent facts and figures because everyone that cares enough to read this will already realise what has gone on in Glasgow in recent times...

The Football Project · Feb 23, 2012

Could Super Ally be the hero that saves the day at Rangers?

Scottish football was rocked by the news that Rangers had been entered into administration.

The Football Project · Jan 24, 2012

Hodgson can guide West Brom to three in a row

In the last nine seasons at the Hawthorns, West Bromwich Albion has been like a yo-yo of heartache and delight for the supporters. From being promoted in 2001/2002, to being relegated the following season, back up in time for the 2004/2005 and staying put...

The Football Project · Nov 29, 2011

The Irish invasion

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The Football Project · Oct 27, 2011

Scottish Premier League – better than England or Spain

In need of a topic to write about, Paul Fisher cried to his legions upon legions of Twitter followers for inspiration...

The Football Project · Oct 10, 2011

The O** F*** leaving Scotland?

Every six months another story seems to surface that Rangers and Celtic are headed south.

The Football Project · Oct 2, 2011

This week on The Football Project

It’s really hard to believe another seven days have passed and not only is it a week later; but it’s October already...

The Football Project · Sep 28, 2011

Episode Eight – The greatest league in the world

Week eight and it’s finally time to talk about the best league in the world – the Scottish Premier League. Ryan Keaney is joined by Tom Hall, Gary Linton and Paul Fisher for discussion on Sunderland, Bolton, Newcastle and Queen’s Park Rangers before a c...

The Football Project · Sep 28, 2011

The famous Scottish Cup

The Scottish Cup, oldest national trophy in the world, was first held in the 1873/1874 season.

The Football Project · Sep 27, 2011

Who will win the Scottish Premier League?

Think about it, the season starts with high expectations and the mutterings around the grounds about who will win the league...

The Football Project · Sep 25, 2011

This week on The Football Project

Another week has been and gone and it’s time to round-up another week on The Football Project...

The Football Project · Sep 22, 2011

The positive Celtic can take from Sunday’s defeat

Neil Lennon arrived to Ibrox on Sunday with an undefeated record as Celtic manager...

The Football Project · Sep 18, 2011

This week on The Football Project

Yes; another seven days have past and that means it is time to round the last week on The Football Project.

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