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Book Review - What we think about when we think about football
03:07 Friday 24th November 2017

Football, the self-proclaimed beautiful game. A game that can touch the soul. It is a deeply emotive sport, a depth of feeling that Simon Critchley manages to capture superbly in his book ‘What we think about when we think about football’.…

Book Review: strange bOUnce -- sport fiction
08:30 Monday 20th November 2017

Quantum physics, mind travel, Sherlock Holmes…this is by no means your average sportsbook! Martin Palazzotto’s excellent collection of tales, ‘strange bOUnce’, offers a fresh and unique way of looking at sport.…

Review - Pro Evolution Soccer 2018
13:30 Thursday 5th October 2017

It is that time of year again when the two giants of football video gaming go head-to-head, but three weeks after Pro Evolution Soccer 2018's release or (PES as it's known by fans), how is the game shaping up? 10 years ago PES was the purist's…

Book Review - If Only, An Alternative History of the Beautiful Game
23:21 Thursday 27th July 2017

Scotland wins the inaugural World Cup, England wins their 2nd World Cup at Italia '90, Derby County and Leeds United are crowned champions of Europe. The history of football is defined by small margins, a missed penalty, a shot hitting the…

Book Review - Grandad - What was football like in the 1970's?
12:38 Sunday 23rd July 2017

The Grandad in question is author Richard Crooks. Crooks is a Sheffield Wednesday fan, a passion passed down from generation to generation. His Grandson, Charlie, 8, is the latest in this line of 'Wednesdayites', despite, being Surrey based,…

Book Review: The Odd Man Out: The Fascinating Story of Ron Saunders' Reign at Aston Villa
13:26 Wednesday 28th June 2017

The great and good of football management have earned monikers such as 'The Special One', 'Old Big 'Ead' and 'The Normal One'. They have all been lauded for their success but one of Aston Villa's most successful managers, Ron Saunders, remains…

Football Manager Touch, does it stand up to the PC game?
14:15 Monday 12th June 2017

I've played football manager for years. Endless nights when I should have been studying, replaced with lengthy sessions managing virtual football squads. Can the new ‘Touch' edition stand up to the fully-fledged PC game? My earliest memories…

Book Review - It's Only Banter - The Autobiography of Leroy Rosenior
13:26 Monday 3rd April 2017

By his own admission, the football career of Leroy Rosenior wasn't the most glorious or trophy-laden. The central theme of his compelling story, however, goes way beyond his achievements on the pitch and in the dug-out. It is the story of being…

Book Review - The Illustrated History of Football
16:40 Thursday 30th March 2017

You might not instantly recognise the name.  However, the work of David Squires will be instantly recognisable to football fans around the world as his weekly comic strips have adorned the Guardian newspaper for several years now. His spot…

Film Review - Iron Men - The story of West Ham United leaving Upton Park
13:18 Monday 27th February 2017

“This ain't a football club; this is a family” are the opening words of Iron Men: a line taken from Mark Noble's moving speech delivered after the last match at Upton Park. The line is indicative of the Iron Men's overall tone, seeking to pull…

Book Review - Saints and Sinners - Southampton's Hard Men
20:06 Monday 13th February 2017

Every team has one and fans love them, the player that intimidates the opposition with full-blooded tackles and a ferocious will to win. The player is a leader, a warrior, and above all a true hard man. Over the years Southampton Football club…

Book Review: Tony Collins: Football Master Spy
13:30 Thursday 2nd February 2017

Tony Collins is a well-respected former player, manager, assistant coach, and chief scout. In this book - Tony Collins: Football Master Spy, which was released six months ago, it provides a detailed account of his career in the game he holds…

Book Review - Of Fossils & Foxes – The Official, Definitive History of Leicester City Football Club
21:35 Sunday 15th January 2017

In 2016 Leicester City became champions of England, Premier League winners and debutants in Europe's glamorous Champions League.  It hasn't always been like this as the 2015-16 triumph represented the pinnacle in the club's 132 years of existence.…

Book Review - Coventry City: A Club Without A Home
13:14 Wednesday 21st December 2016

Coventry City famously left their Highfield Road home in 2005 to play at the purpose built Ricoh Arena, but for a dark period of 18 months they moved out of nirvana to play at Sixfields Stadium, this is the full story behind what happened to…

Book Review - Tunnel of Love - Football, Fighting and Failure: Newcastle United after the Entertainers
17:07 Sunday 18th December 2016

Kevin Keegan's Newcastle United were a joy to watch. With an intoxicating brand of high scoring and free flowing football, they had become the neutrals favourite, the nation's 2nd team, one that was surely on an unstoppable march to success,…

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