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The inevitable rumours with the summer transfer window looming

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As much as there are still a few finals to get through over the coming weeks; the journalists have sharpened their pencils and are ready to scribble some transfer rumours with wholly unreliable sources fuelling their fires. We’ve already been treated to a few stinkers and here’s a few more that will inevitably adorn the back pages; probably before the ... Read More »

Remade by injuries, how Eddie became a football manager

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is one of the hot topics in Premier League currently. Bournemouth is sitting at 9th position on the table and fans are even discussing if the young manager will succeed Arsene Wenger in Arsenal. Read More »

Does Pep Guardiola secretly fancy being the next Harry Redknapp?

Perhaps the first thing to go when big money enters the picture in any competition is the league’s collective sense of fun. Any athlete with a personality tends to be criticized for not taking the game seriously. Coaches who smile and laugh are labeled as lacking intensity. They quickly find their future prospects limited when they don’t win, whereas the more ... Read More »

Redknapp’s Arrival Provides More Questions Than Answers For Desperate Derby.

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It was announced on Thursday that Harry Redknapp had joined Derby County in the role of football advisor. A statement from the club read that Redknapp has joined the Rams until the end of the season, in order to assist rookie head coach Darren Wassall with first team affairs. Read More »

Can November Pick Up Where October Left Off On The Sack Race?

October is traditionally the month during which English football witnesses a precipitous increase in managerial casualties, as tetchy chairmen wield the axe following insufficient, or even disastrous, starts to the season. October 2014 has proved to be no different after 10 changes were inflicted throughout the top-four tiers, including a league high five departures in the murky managerial waters of ... Read More »

Wigan Athletic and Queens Park Rangers looking to return to the Premier League

Having suffered relegation for the first time in the club’s history while lifting the FA Cup in the same season, last year was anything but dull for Latics fans. Following the departures of Roberto Martinez and Owen Coyle, Wigan Athletic have battled their way into the play-off positions under the guidance of the calculated Uwe Rosler. They now the most ... Read More »

A Win for QPR and Draws at Burnley and Brentford Are The Makeup Of The Weekend Treble

We have scrutinised this weekend’s football fixtures in search of some great value bets. In doing so we have plucked out three cracking picks, two of which are from the Championship, while the third is from League One. First off we are backing QPR to return to form with a win at Charlton, while we predict a draw between promotion ... Read More »

After ‘Arry Will it be Progression or Regression for Spurs?

You’d forgive Harry Redknapp for looking back over the last four months and thinking, ‘What just happened?’ Back in February, having just been cleared of tax fraud, establishing a 10 point cushion in third place and with Fabio Capello’s P45 tucked under his arm as he headed back to Italy, it seemed he’d be leading Spurs back into the Champions ... Read More »

Why Hodgson, Not Redknapp, Is The Right Choice For England

When it was announced that Roy Hodgson would be named by the FA as the England manager for the upcoming European Championships and the foreseeable future, the footballing world was, for some reason, united in outrage. Now, it can’t just be me wondering exactly what Hodgson has done wrong in his 36 year managerial career to be so widely and ... Read More »

Roy Will Need Time

Its looking more and more likely that Roy Hodgson will be given the England job, and some of his doubters have to look at his record. Liverpool aside, Hodgson has done a good job everywhere he’s been and I’m still convinced that given more time at Anfield, he would have turned it around. Add to that his international experience with ... Read More »

Match Report: Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Blackburn Rovers (Blackburn Fan’s Perspective)

Blackburn Rovers took a step closer to the end of their 11 year Premier League stay at White Hart Lane today, losing 2-0 to Tottenham Hotspur without putting up a fight whatsoever. On the outside of it, a 2-0 loss to a club sat in fourth when the opponents are down in 19th in the league doesn’t sound that bad. ... Read More »

How to end England’s 46 years of hurt: Scotland or Northern Ireland might have the answer

When Fabio Capello left his post as England manager, a sudden frenzy of players, journalists and fans began calling for Harry Redknapp to take the job. the Tottenham manager will, in all likelihood, be appointed. It could prove to be the right choice, especially considering his popularity with a group of players who often found Capelli somewhat cold and robotic. ... Read More »

Match Report: Everton 1-0 Tottenham Hotspur (Everton Fan’s Perspective)

David Moyes celebrates 10 years in charge at Everton this week, with arguably one of the most challenging weeks of his Everton career looming ahead of him. What better way to start it than claiming 3 points from another ‘Top 4’ side at Goodison Park. It may not have been the most classic of games at Goodison Park, especially in ... Read More »

The Strange Case Of Arsene And ‘Arry

Three weeks; a short time in reality, but a lifetime in football. Yet it is this timespan that serves to demonstrate the absurdity of the managerial merry-go-round in football and the hysteria of fans that accompanies it. Having just crashed to a comprehensive 4-0 defeat to Italian league leaders AC Milan, the murmur of dissenting voices calling for the head ... Read More »

England Going Forward

After the resignation of Fabio Capello, it seems that yet again England will enter a major tournament in complete disarray. As of yet no permanent manager has been put in charge, with the team currently temporarily managed by Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce. The public attention is on Harry Redknapp of Tottenham, the bookies’ and fans’ favourite to get the job ... Read More »

Redknapp Not The Right Man For The Job

  Harry Redknapp may be a top club manager, but he does not have what it takes to be a successful coach at international level for England. This is not some knee-jerk reaction based on what happened at the Emirates on Sunday, it is something I have been thinking about since Harry’s name was immediately mentioned as the top man for the ... Read More »

What If Harry Says No To The England Job?

It would appear that the entire country wants Harry Redknapp to become the next England manager and rightly so. What if Harry turns down the job though? He has said on many occasions what a privilege it would be to manage his country (there used to be a similar joke about the Queen Mother) but a number of factors could ... Read More »

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