Alex Mott is a prospective US football scholar. He has previously played for Oxford United and can talk at length about the virtues of Nandor Hidegkuti's withdrawn-striker role for Hungary at World Cup '54.

The passing of youth

Why do I dislike Barca so?

My favourite match: Juventus 2-3 Manchester United

Despite what the medals say, Ryan Giggs is not one of United's all-time greats

Guns don't hurt work experience boys, left-backs do

Boli, bribes and big-eared trophies: the story of Marseilles' corrupt Champions League win

Can the current Barcelona team really be considered the greatest of all-time?

Ronaldo: in praise of a footballing genius

Are we allowed to love Ashley Cole yet?

7/2/2011 - Five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend

In memory of Gary Neville

Crawley Town F.C: Britain's most unlikeable club?

How do you solve a problem like La Liga?

Chelsea's bid for Fernando Torres shows they still mean business

FC St. Pauli: The Unknown Story Of The World's Greatest Football Club

Why are ex-footballers moving to terrorist hotspots?

The Togo Shootings: One Year On

Despite the song, Hodgson walks alone out of Anfield

Italian football makes a return, even if some its stars have gone AWOL

The amazing transfers that so nearly happened

The greatest footballer you've never heard of

11 players that are set to light up 2011

The Fat Boy from Bari who made Capello cry

Shakhtar Donetsk are bopping to a bright Brazilian beat

Benitez fails to spark a Rafalution at Inter

The Best and Worst of World Cups Gone By

Is cosying up to FIFA a price worth paying to host the World Cup?

FIFA's absurd World XI shortlist shows footballers are no judges of talent.

Movember Special: The Best Moustaches In Football, Ever.

England vs France Preview: A Happy Reunion for Laurent Blanc's France.

8/11/10- Five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend.

25/11/10- Five things we learned from the Premier League this weekend.

"Thanks very much. Let's have a coffee."

So, Wayne Rooney has had enough.