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Pressure For ‘Rooney Rule’ Mounts On English Football


English football is in a time warp. While the first black player to play for the full national team was Viv Anderson in the late 70’s, almost 40 years on can we really imagine a black man managing our national team, or even any of our top club sides? Recent years have seen this issue questioned several times but still ... Read More »

Tom Cleverley Takes Part In A Twitter Q&A – It Ends As You Would Expect


One thing football clubs and the Premier League do so well is organising a Twitter Question and Answer session for players or managers, however these become are ripe for abuse very quickly! In the past we’ve seen the likes of Harry Redknapp hilarious #AskHarry debacle and Jose Mourinho was trolled by football fans from rival clubs when he did his ... Read More »

Premier League Transfer Update

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With the Premier League kick-off just over a week away, Jack Kitson provides his breakdown of the Summer’s transfer activity so far and how it will impact on the chances of the 20 top flight teams. Read More »

Championship Preview 2014/15 – Who Will Make The Leap To The Premier League And Who Is League One Bound?


The 2014 World Cup in Brazil may have occupied most of our time and interest this summer, but it’s back to the important business of the Football League season on the 9th August as 24 teams battle to reach the Premier League or avoid League One, Jack Critchley previews the upcoming season. Read More »

City Taken to End Arsenal’s Title Chances Whilst Boosting Their Own Bid for Premier League Glory


Manchester City can significantly boost their Premier League title chances, and consequently all but end Arsenal’s respective hopes, when the two sides lock horns at the Emirates on Saturday evening in what is a crunch clash at the top of the table. Four wins on the spin puts the ball back in City’s court to regain the title they last ... Read More »

England Now Resemble Three Whimpering Lions


As an international entity, England have begun a gradual and alarming slide away from being within the World’s best to nothing more than an ugly show pony staggering from game to game.  The current story of international football in our country is a sad one with no happy ending in sight, but who and what are to blame? The most ... Read More »

Swansea City Can Cause Premier League Opening Weekend Shock Against Manchester United


Swansea City breezed through their Europa League qualification tie against Malmo last week with ease and Michael Laudrup’s side looked well equipped to be every bit a potential surprise package in the European competition this term but in the mean time, the Swans can kick off their Premier League quest on Saturday evening by causing a shock against reigning champions ... Read More »

Life Outside The Premier League – What Do Fans In The Lower Leagues Have To Look Forward To?


It is that time as a football fan that we all dread, it happens every year that ends in an odd number. Luckily we had the Confederations Cup to get us through but now what? If you follow a big Premier League club then you are spending your days contemplating your new strike force “how is Negredo going to work ... Read More »

The Rise And The Return Of “The Special One”


Jose Mourinho put an end to a turbulent spell in charge of Real Madrid by confirming that he is finally returning back to his “home” in England as the Portuguese manager returned to Chelsea. Many had suspected that Mourinho’s next job in England would have been with Manchester United. But with United appointing David Moyes as Sir Alex Fergusons successor, ... Read More »

Julio Cesar set to sign for Arsenal?


With Arsenal set to lose goalkeeper Vito Mannone to Sunderland, Sean Gibson takes a look at one of the players available to Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as he looks to strengthen his goal keeping options. Read More »

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Luis Suarez


The man, the footballer, the role model. Luis Suarez is never short of attention at dinner tables across the United Kingdom, though perhaps his ugliest move yet may surprise you, Ollie Curzon takes a look at the latest Suarez controversy. Read More »

The Crazy World Of Football Management Illustrates The Redefinition Of Success In The Game

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Inspiration for this article comes courtesy of thesackrace.com who produced this article looking at the sheer volume of managerial changes that have occurred in English football over the past 12 months. Before the end of the 2012/2013 season, no fewer than 55 clubs had changed managers since the conclusion of the previous season, that’s 60% of all 92 teams, a ... Read More »

Villa, Bolton and Bournemouth Fancied In Weekend Treble


There is a cracking set of fixtures for punters to look forward to this weekend with the season now hurtling towards a swift conclusion. Every game is vital at this stage and once again I have been pouring over the fixture list to find you a good value treble to take advantage of this weekend.  With games from the Premier ... Read More »

Sing When You’re Winning – Exciting Weekend Treble On The Cards


There is a full list of Premier and Football League fixtures for punters to sink their teeth into this weekend and we have picked out a potentially lucrative treble to take advantage of. There is plenty of value around as always and a £10 stake on all three winning returns a very impressive £130.92 with Ladbrokes which would be very ... Read More »

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