“Kosovo loves and lives for football, and you can feel the people’s pride wherever you go. We want to use that quality, composure and passion to make progress, but it won’t happen overnight.” Bernard Challandes’ call for caution after picking up back-to-back victories in his first two games in charge of the Kosovo national team […]Read More From Chaos to Playoffs: The Meteoric Rise of the Kosovo National Team.
Earlier this month FIFA announced that Great Britain will field a women’s football team at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. The news has reignited the debate surrounding singular representation between the fans and football associations of all four home nations, as well as stirring the pot in South America and Africa. We spoke to fans […]Read More Apathy In The UK: What’s So Bad About a ‘Team GB’ Anyway?
Ryan Atkin this week came out as the UK’s first openly gay professional football official – a huge step in the right direction for LGBT representation in the sport – but there’s still a long way to go before acceptance of all on and off the pitch. ‘DOES YOUR BOYFRIEND, DOES YOUR BOYFRIEND, DOES YOUR BOYFRIEND […]Read More This Is A Flag. There Is No Wind.