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James Nalton

James Nalton is a sports journalist for the Morning Star newspaper, covering many sports but with a focus on football and rugby league. He is the founding editor of global football publication World Football Index, and covers world soccer through match reports, scouting, and by documenting tactical changes at club and international level.

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The 5 Changes Colombia Need To Make Against Poland
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Colombia’s World Cup began in the most disappointing fashion as they fell to a 2-1 defeat against Japan. Jose Pekerman’s side were expected to top…
09:30
Football
football
Mexico Coach Faces Selection Dilemma For Final World Cup Group Game v Sweden
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Javier Hernandez is supposed to be a poacher. The man who hangs around the opposition defence and does little else but try to get on…
10:27
Football
football
Tottenham's Next Signing?
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Even with the increase in global football coverage and the amount of games available to watch online, the World Cup can still provide even the…
11:00
Football
football
Mexico To Shock Germany On Sunday At World Cup?
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
World Cup Group F gets under way with the big showdown of the group between Mexico and Germany.  Both teams will be looking to progress…
10:36
Football
football
The Stars Hoping To Impress When Morocco Face Iran
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
The opening game of the World Cup was eagerly anticipated, but this was more for its significance in kicking the whole event off, rather than…
11:06
Football
football
Mexico Hope Diego Reyes Will Win Fitness Race
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Mexico centre back Diego Reyes has withdrawn from the World Cup with a hamstring injury, leaving Mexico boss Juan Carlos Osorio with a number of…
17:00
Football
football
Marquez Set for Russia Despite Legal Battles
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
At 39-years-old, Mexico’s Rafael Márquez will be the second oldest player at the 2018 World Cup, and the former Barcelona man will retire when Mexico’s…
18:05
Football
football
Will Yerry Mina Show His Worth In Russia?
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Yerry Mina’s transfer to Barcelona may have been low-key, especially as he signed in the same month the Catalan club completed their high-profile deal for…
18:05
Football
football
Mexico Look To Break New Ground In Russia
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
In the previous six World Cups Mexico have qualified from their group, but on each occasion they have failed to progress further than the first…
20:10
Football
football
Will James Rodriguez Shine On The World Stage Yet Again?
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
James Rodríguez’s goal against Peru in the final game of South American World Cup qualifying made sure Colombia would be flying to Russia this summer.…
13:05
Football
football
Neymar Is Back And On Fire For Brazil!
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Neymar surprised even his manager as he made a goalscoring return to action for Brazil ahead of the World Cup. The Paris Saint-Germain attacker had…
17:10
Football
football
Neymar And Firmino Goals Help Brazil To Friendly Win Over Croatia
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
A timely return and an even more timely goal from Neymar gave Brazil a welcome boost ahead of the World Cup. A fairly dull game…
11:10
Football
football
This Wonderkid Will Shine In Russia!
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
While much of the focus in the Eredivisie this season has been on the outstanding group of young players emerging at Ajax, the league champions…
11:32
Football
football
Champions League Final: Sergio Ramos The Pantomime Villain
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
The 2018 Champions League final will be remembered for one magnificent goal from Real Madrid substitute Gareth Bale and two errors from Liverpool goalkeeper Loris…
16:32
Football
football
Champions League Final Preview: Real Madrid v Liverpool
James Nalton
The Sportsman Reporter
Cancelled flights, inflated hotel prices, awkward travel arrangements, and returned tickets. The Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool has got off to a…
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