American football in Russia
|Tasha Poduska: I dislike people people who are unwilling to try new things
Head Coach of Khabarovsk Cobras Tasha Poduska talks about her work on the Far East, flying to Moscow, Mexican food restaurants and her attitude to new President of the United States.
|Igor Olshansky: My Coaches Never Played a Defensive Line
Former defensive linemen for the San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins, the one and only NFL starter from the ex-USSR gave an exclusive interview to Russia based internet media.
|Moscow Spartans took a timeout on russian national championship game in the memory of Buddy Ryan
Russian american football team started the game with minute of silence paying respects to coach Ryan.
|Tracey Gere: «The biggest key to our wins is that somehow we developed culture»
Head coach of Carlstad Crusaders — six-time Swedish Champions — Tracey Gere told First & Goal during his visit to Saint-Petersburg about seven lost finals, coaching in american High School and the advantage of having an NFL-caliber kicker.
|How much do Russian and CIS teams travel? Infographics
In 2016 regular season Russian, Ukrainian and Central Asian teams will play 6 games in average. Half of those will be away games. First & Goal decided to count how much distance teams will cover and find main travellers.
|Brett Morgan: «The biggest jump football in Europe can make is finding a way to pay non-imports»
Brett Morgan, head coach of sensational «Istanbul Koc Rams» team told First & Goal about his work in Brasil, Turkey and Canada, the role of General Manager and his passion about quarterbacks.
|Ogedai Tarakci: «When I learned about the results of the draw, I was pleasantly surprised»
Former player of «Griffins» and «Koc Rams» shares for First & Goal his expectations from the upcoming matchup of these two teams in the Champions League.
|The Football Journey of Vladimir Emilien
Interview with Vladimir Emilien, former NCAA football player and Bejing Iron Brothers head coach.
|Interview with Jacoby Brisset
First & Goal talked to NC State quarterback Jacoby Brisset about his last NCAA season and NFL intentions.