Football may be the new religion, but it faces the same challenges as the old

Boris Johnson may rue the day he gave a footballer a gong for something other than football

To enter a Fantasy Football season is to be as one with Donald Rumsfeld prior to the Iraq War, but with less insight

As England prepare to face the “old enemy” at Wembley, its impact on the nation’s mood — and our wider politics — cannot be underestimated

Footballers who take the knee are participating not in the fight against racism, but in BLM’s double standards

How Match of the Day needs modernising

Would the super league have made football more American? If only.

Spare us the sentimental tosh about working-class sport, tradition and community

Bob Lord, the chairman of Burnley FC from 1955 to 1981, had a shrewd view of how the world worked and where it was heading

The sport is now characterised by the conditioned reflex of dishonesty, the bleating of the wronged