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Hartlepool United's fight to avoid ruin at the very bottom of English football

Much maligned since joining the club in January 2014, Marlon Harewood came to Hartlepool's aid on Tuesday.

While the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United tussle for Champions League revenue, others are fighting for something far more important. Relegation from the Football League isn't just a humiliation; it can put a club's very existence in jeopardy. Iain Macintosh traveled to Hartlepool for their crucial April 14 clash with Accrington Stanley to witness life at the sharp end of League Two.

HARTLEPOOL, England -- The Hartlepool fans cheer when they see his number come up. It is the only thing they've...

 By David Mooney

Manchester City youth struggle to bridge gap to Premier League

Manchester City's youth team have done well this season, but will any of them make the step up?

Manchester City face an uphill task to win the FA Youth Cup after suffering a 3-1 defeat against Chelsea in the first leg of the final on Monday. It was always going to be a tough test, since their opponents have been regular participants in the final, but nevertheless it was a good display by the hosts and the scoreline was harsh on them, caused more by naivety than poor play.

City have always had a proud history of bringing youngsters into the first team. In the years before the takeover and winning...

 By Michael Cox

Bayern Munich feel Robben and Ribery absences ahead of Porto clash

Bayern Munich need to create history if they're to overcome their 3-1 first leg deficit to FC Porto in their Champions League quarter-final.
Brian McBride believes Bayern Munich will be able to overcome their Champions League first leg deficit against FC Porto, while Craig Burley favours Porto to advance to the semi-finals.

Whatever the real reason for Pep Guardiola's bust-up with team doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt -- leading to the latter's departure from the club last week -- there's no question that the Bayern boss is highly frustrated with his team's current injury crisis.

Whether Muller-Wohlfahrt is responsible is another question entirely. But Bayern's injury problems this season have been considerable: one estimate suggests Guardiola's players, collectively, have missed 24 percent of potential "minutes"...

 By Uli Hesse

Football still more than just a game at St. Pauli

Bayern's march towards the Bundesliga title took another step at the weekend as they beat Hoffenheim 2-0.

Four-and-a-half years ago, I was in St. Pauli to research an 8,000-word article about the club and its famous support for the Swedish magazine "Offside".

Some of you may know the piece, because the English-language version later appeared in issue zero of "The Blizzard". If so, you'll remember that I met a lot of pleasant people, not to mention interesting characters, and had a great time.

The mood was excellent and the atmosphere was electric during those warm, sunny days in August 2010, when...

Oliver Torres shines on loan at FC Porto, but is he a future Atletico star?

Oliver Torres has impressed current Porto boss Julen Lopetegui.

Oliver Torres was the youngest starter in the FC Porto team who surprised Bayern Munich by recording a 3-1 victory in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal tie last week. The 20-year-old midfielder will again hope to be involved in Munich on Tuesday as the Portuguese side seek to complete the job and progress to the last four.

Torres is currently on loan at Porto from Atletico Madrid, whom he joined at the age of 13 after impressing for the Morala football school in his native Navalmoral...

Indonesian powers-that-be could set back the game further

Indonesian club Persipura Jayapura are top of their AFC Cup group despite the turmoil behind the scenes in Indonesian football.

We are in familiar territory in Indonesia. A new government is elected and an early target seems to be football. We saw this in 2010 in a conflict that spawned a short-lived rebel league, the consequences of which are still being felt today.

Arema Indonesia and Persebaya 1927 are legacies of that mess. The present Indonesia Super League boasts an Arema and a Persebaya Surabaya who claim the name. But the government, through the Professional Sports Council, says those two clubs may not play in the...