Articles by Gautam Viswanathan
Sep 13, 2013
Lessons Indian football needs to learn from JapanThe Japanese have a philosophy called <em>bushido</em>, which teaches righteousness, loyalty, respect, honour, courage, benevolence and honesty, all of which when put together essentially puts society first.
Sep 05, 2013
Ozil signing will ensure glory returns to ArsenalAt Ashburton Grove, he will play alongside Santi Cazorla, Jack Wilshere, Aaron Ramsey and Tomas Rosicky, who are arguably some of the most talented creative players the Premier League can boast of now.
Aug 29, 2013
Meet the Bangalore Gunners, India's own Arsenal Supporters ClubFounded more than five years ago, thousands of miles away from the Emirates Stadium, Bangalore’s Arsenal supporters come together in their numbers every week to watch their beloved Gunners play.
Aug 17, 2013
EPL: The many joys of watching the Premier League in personBut the excitement and exhilaration at all those clubs paled in comparison to when I watched an Arsenal home game for the first time at the Emirates Stadium.
Aug 10, 2013
The time is right for Gareth Bale to leave for Real MadridDespite the ludicrous amounts of money being hurled the way of White Hart Lane, the summer of 2013 is probably the best time to buy Bale, not just for Real Madrid, but for all parties concerned.
Aug 04, 2013
Here's why Suarez will be worth every penny at ArsenalSuarez himself is rumoured to be pushing for a move to Arsenal and with good reason.
Jul 23, 2013
The mystery surrounding Wayne Rooney's transfer requestUnfortunately, in the world that we live in, given the Iron Curtain-like secrecy that football clubs employ in order to guard their innermost secrets, fact and fiction tend to sometimes become indiscernible.
Jul 12, 2013
Was Villa ever truly happy at Barcelona?Despite winning a deserving plethora of trophies that a player of El Guaje’s ilk surely deserves, was he truly happy in Catalonia?
Jul 03, 2013
Brazil find their finisher in FredThe fox in the box is a position that is rapidly dying out and of the great predators that once lined up on pitches all across the world, few are currently active and those who are are in the twilight of their careers.
Jun 17, 2013
Brazil's FIFA ranking of 22 is just a numberBrazil are ranked 22nd in the world. Yes, you heard me. Not second, not even a rather embarrassing twelfth, but twenty-second in the world.