Ewan MacKenna

Ewan MacKenna

Business of Sport: Uruguay fuelling their hero's victim complex

Business of Sport: Uruguay fuelling their hero's victim complex

Ewan MacKenna's World Cup Diary from Brazil.

Business of Sport: Spain's dethroning can't hide past glory

Business of Sport: Spain's dethroning can't hide past glory

Ewan MacKenna: World Cup Diary from Brazil.

Business of Sport: A tournament of different worlds

Business of Sport: A tournament of different worlds

Ewan MacKenna: World Cup Diary from Brazil

Business of Sport: More than a game

Business of Sport: More than a game

At the gates of Belo Horizonte’s Estádio Mineirão, the security guards are getting used to Fifa being their new bosses.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Roy Keane was a top-class player, but events have shown he may not have what it takes to be a top-class manager.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Ireland's chronic shortage of good footballers has its roots in a deeply dysfunctional system.

Ewan MacKenna: The continuing imbalance in Gaelic football mean both players and fans are giving up because they feel they haven't a hope of a big win

Ewan MacKenna: The continuing imbalance in Gaelic football mean both players and fans are giving up because they feel they haven't a hope of a big win

There's a flutter of genius buried deep within YouTube that comes to mind at this time of year.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Liverpool may have fallen at the last, but theirs is the story of the season.

Ewan MacKenna: Chelsea's loss to Atletico Madrid last week actually reinforced Jose Mourinho's class

Ewan MacKenna: Chelsea's loss to Atletico Madrid last week actually reinforced Jose Mourinho's class

Chelsea have played three huge games, and have done so with a relatively average squad for a club getting to play such big matches.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: It may not feel like it, but Manchester United are over the worst of it

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Weaker hurling counties need more meaningful tests than they currently get, if they’re ever to climb the ladder.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: What a law-abiding person does in his own time is his own business – even if he happens to excel at Gaelic games

Ewan MacKenna: The GAA is an association of members, not customers – and they've been poorly served by the deal with Sky

Ewan MacKenna: The GAA is an association of members, not customers – and they've been poorly served by the deal with Sky

You've got to hand it to them. There are some damn fine businesspeople walking the corridors of Croke Park.

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Celtic FC might be financially strong, but all the sense of drama is long gone from Scottish football

Business of Sport

Business of Sport

Ewan MacKenna: Ireland may have united behind the rugby team, but the game remains a preserve of the well-off.