In 1960 a Liverpool based promoter named Allan Williams arranged a residency in Hamburg for a little know Rock n’ Roll band called The Beatles, it was here that John, … Continue Reading The Exodus to the Bundesliga Continues
Such is The Premier League merry-go-round that no sooner had a pair of ‘solid football men’ (media speak for uninspiring and limited) reappeared at Everton and West Brom another departed … Continue Reading Spark out in Stoke: Hughes has finally gone
On Friday and 4 months late Ross Barkley finally joined Chelsea. At his unveiling Chelsea Director Marina Granovskaia beamed a huge smile as Barkley put pen to paper and with … Continue Reading Barkley’s big chance
It was to no great surprise this week when West Brom called time on Tony Pulis’ 3 year reign at The Hawthorns. West Brom have been plummeting since they peaked … Continue Reading Pulis Sacking Unsurprising, Allardyce Rumours uninspiring.
Most of us have a club for whom we have a soft spot; that’s to say a team you don’t support but like so long as they’re playing someone else. … Continue Reading Bilic sacking sympthomatic of a club lost
Imagine my annoyance on Tuesday afternoon when I was finishing off an article on the Premier League sack race and before publishing it Leicester City beat me to the punch, … Continue Reading Shakespeare sacking no surprise
Winners: Harry Kane He’s so good Pep Guadiola reckons he’s an entire team… sort of. 5 goals in 4 days with A whole range of different finishes on display, Kane’s … Continue Reading England’s Premier League winners & losers
The blocked pathway- How the Premier League is failing young players, England and its own Champions League ambitions
This week in the Premier League only 65 English players started games that’s 29.5% last week it was 64. It’s a shocking yet predictable statistic. It gets worse- those numbers … Continue Reading The blocked pathway- How the Premier League is failing young players, England and its own Champions League ambitions
4 Games & 77 Days! That’s how long Frank De Boer lasted at Crystal Palace. De Boer was brought in to oversee the transition of Palace from a kick and … Continue Reading De Boer sacking an act of Premier League madness- but it might just work.
Just how bad are things at Arsenal? There’s been a lot of hyperbole around the Gunners demise and it’s hard to argue they’ll do better than 7th this season, with … Continue Reading Arsenal- Worrying lessons from the past
Here’s my exhaustive list of 2017/18 season predictions; Domestic Premier League Champions- Tottenham CL Qualifiers- Man City, Chelsea, Man Utd FA Cup- Liverpool League Cup- Man City Relegation- Huddersfield, Burnley, … Continue Reading New Season predictions
The new season is almost here, but all is not necessarily well in the beautiful game so I’ve come up with 5 rule changes that should happen; Loan players can … Continue Reading 7 Premier League Rule Changes that should happen