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As I sit confused by the new remote, graphics and instructions on the screen, I ask myself, am I too old for new tech?
At this moment, the country’s sporting success feels more relevant to its politics than at any point in recent history.
We like our players to have inner steel, perhaps that's why Theo Walcott ended up on Everton's subs bench.
Patriotism as most British people understand it is more like the old street football than belief in an ideology of some kind – something local and near to hand, open but partisan.
Hamilton upends so many of the expectations we place on our sporting heroes: that they remain uncomplicated, diffident, bound by our approval.
How football's auteur transformed the English game.
It's time for my collection to go to the auction house, and I can finally experience the thrill of the sell.
How Aldershot Town FC helped me escape from – and make sense of – the new populist order.
Covid-19 has accelerated football’s problems, but the widening financial inequalities and the absence of accountability or transparency pre-dated the pandemic.
The Athletic’s UK editor-in-chief on recruitment, readership and being resourceful during Covid-19.
Watching England play three times in a week has left me bored out of my wine-sodden mind.