Cheating has no place in football for the majority of the UK’s football community, a recent Club Website poll can reveal.
In the aftermath of Thierry Henry’s now infamous handball which helped France qualify for the 2010 World Cup, Club Website asked if football was a game to “win at all costs”.
Club Website editor Dan Pope wades into the debate on the biggest talking point in football for many a day.
Theirry Henry’s handball left Ireland’s World Cup dreams shattered in the Stade de France, but just who is to blame for their unjust exit?
Footballers of Birmingham take note – Club Website are coming to town!
Another weekend of football is on the way and we know that the rotten weather won’t put you off but, if you’re among the 39 percent of the UK’s football community who don’t have any changing rooms to use week in, week out, then we can understand if you’re not too excited to see the rain settling in!
Less than half of Respect logothe grassroots football community have witnessed an improvement in behaviour in matches since the Respect programme was introduced, a Club Website poll can reveal.
51 percent of Club Website users, including a significant number who have been playing under Respect guidelines, said that behaviour had been ‘no better’ since the programme was introduced by the English FA at the start of the 2008/09 season.
Since we launched the Football Revolution a few months ago you’ve been telling us that football facilities around the UK are just not up to scratch… and now you’ve been showing us!
Take a look at what’s been sent in so far and see how the facilities in question shape up against your own.