When Is A League Not A League?
There is a world outside of football. There are footballs outside of football. It was while watching the final of a different kind of football that a thought crept inside your weary narrator’s mind. When is a league not a league and can football learn a few things from other sports? While glued to the…
Football & Betting – Who Would Have Thought
It’s like rain on your wedding day, a free ride when you’ve already paid. It is of course the weird and ironic relationship football has with the world of betting. A relationship that is not only ironic but extremely unfortunate. Who would have thought … As the dust settles on the revelation that Brentford and…
The Humble Caretaker
The caretaker manager deserves more respect, that much is clear. We as football fans should never underestimate their sacrifice to the sport we love and the clubs we hold dear, as Simon Toye argues.
Welcome to Wrexham – The gang buys a club, and inherits a community
Welcome to Wrexham: Be honest, when two Hollywood icons took over non-league Wrexham, you didn’t expect to actually fall in love with the story did you? As Jack Wills explains, expect the unexpected.
Should You Ever Go Back To The Future?
Show me a tribe of supporters calling for the manager’s head and I’ll show you the same tribe wishing they could turn the clock back and reappoint the coach they hounded out. Although, they’ll swear blind that they never slagged them off in the first place and it was all the other so-called fans. But…
A Tale of Two Illegal Streamers
We live in a time where all the information about everything that has ever happened is available at a second’s notice from your pocket…there are two types of people who stream sports illegally.
A tribute to John ‘Motty’ Motson
John ‘Motty’ Motson has a lifetime of memories that shouldn’t ever be forgotten.
Champion’s League pregame show – Thank you for the music!
Music and football, the two are so intrinsically linked…Life is short, let’s make it a bit more fun!
Transfer Deadline Day: Bottlenecked excitement, or a sickening indictment of football’s greed?
After the record-breaking madness of Transfer Deadline Day, what role does the carnival of carnage serve in football’s spiralling financial landscape? As Andrew Flint argues, perhaps it is merely the innocent messenger of football’s more sinister message.
Wales. Golf. Retirement: An ode to Gareth Bale
Lampard, Gerrard, Rooney, Scholes, Beckham, Terry, Ferdinand, Ashley Cole… For a period in the mid 2000s it felt like the English media were incapable of seeing a good English player without anointing them as the greatest player in the world, with all of this culminating in the now gag-inducing phrase “Golden Generation”. This was all…