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Daniel Mohammed

Former media staffer with Llandundo FC and Altrincham FC ladies. Current mathematics student at University of Glasgow. Eligible for the Kiribati national team and still hoping for a call up. Used to work in catering at a football stadium, so I do know who ate all the pies. Love football but love sleeping more. 


Total articles: 16

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Non League
Jersey Bulls pick up the Invincible standard from Liverpool
13:01 Saturday 7th March 2020

Who’s that club flying high at the top of their table, unbeaten and destined for a league title? No, it’s not Liverpool (I did say unbeaten, after all) it’s Jersey Bulls! The newly formed club is distinguished in two ways;…

Managerial News
8 managers who were in the sack by lunchtime
17:01 Friday 24th January 2020

With the managerial revolving door perpetually spinning, a football manager's job isn’t one for the long term. across the world and around the leagues, new appointments arrive on their first morning in a flurry of hope, filled…

Scotland
Can Ayr win promotion to the Scottish Premiership?
19:00 Wednesday 22nd January 2020

For the second season on the run, it seemed Ayr United could pull off the unimaginable; promotion to the Scottish Premiership. For a little club like Ayr, playing in a small seaside town in a stadium with a mere 1,600 seats, top-flight football…

Rest Of The World
Is Tristan Borges set for great things?
17:01 Thursday 16th January 2020

The Canadian Premier League’s inaugural season kicked off last year. The seven teams attracted reasonable crowds, established a decent standard of play and set solid foundations for the fledgeling domestic league. Professionals from around…

League One
Has Duncan Watmore finally left the treatment table behind?
17:01 Tuesday 7th January 2020

Five years ago Duncan Watmore seemed to have a bright future ahead of him. His flaming ginger hair burned as brightly as the fiery talent he possessed in abundance. After being released from the Manchester United academy system in…

Netherlands
Should Myron Boadu depart AZ Alkmaar?
15:00 Sunday 5th January 2020

It’s possible you haven’t heard of Myron Boadu. After all, he’s just an 18-year-old playing for AZ Alkmaar. No big deal. But look closer and you’ll see this forward has the makings of an international superstar. The…

Non League
Can Ethan Walker live up to his reputation?
19:00 Wednesday 25th December 2019

Ethan Walker was 16 years and 156 days old when he made his league debut for Preston North End. While his peers were busy revising for their GCSEs or settling into their first year at college, Walker was running out onto the Deepdale turf to…

International
What next for Eritrea after historic cup campaign?
17:01 Monday 23rd December 2019

When one thinks of African international football, it’s unlikely that Eritrea would be the first name on the list. The war-torn state is better known for its perpetual instability than its footballing prowess. But this year’s edition…

France
Stade Rennais are the team to watch in France
19:01 Friday 20th December 2019

When Stade Rennes won the Coupe de France last season, mild shockwaves rippled around French football. Rennes are a middling club, the French equivalent of Wolves or Granada. While they are twice Ligue 2 champions, the Brittany-based club…

Netherlands
Is Joey Veerdam the Eredivisie's next star?
12:00 Saturday 14th December 2019

The Netherlands are bristling with youth prospects. The country’s academies are churning them out at an astonishing rate, benefitting from a focus on development and high standards of coaching. But unless these starlets happen to be on…

Netherlands
Can AZ Alkmaar challenge Ajax?
17:00 Thursday 12th December 2019

Like many top European leagues, the Eredivisie is largely dominated by a handful of teams. Success breeds success and in the Netherlands, it is Ajax and PSV Eindhoven who hold a monopoly on the title. Still, Holland’s top-flight isn’t…

Netherlands
Is Dick Advocaat the right man to rescue Feyenoord?
12:00 Thursday 12th December 2019

Jaap Stam was always going to be a risky appointment for Feyenoord. True, he’s a legend in the Netherlands, fondly remembered for his stellar career at home and abroad. But his ability as manager is somewhat less established. He demonstrated…

Rest Of The World
What's in store for Hienghene Sport at the Club World Cup?
19:00 Friday 29th November 2019

Remember in 2013, when Tahiti went to the Confederations Cup? The tiny Polynesian island nation travelled to Brazil thanks to their victory in the 2012 OFC Nations Cup. Within a few months, Tahiti had gone from games against Vanuata and Samoa…

Netherlands
Is Crysencio Summerville Feyenoord's next top prospect?
19:00 Wednesday 27th November 2019

It’s safe to say Feyenoord’s academy had produced some good players. Robin van Persie, Giovanni van Bronkhurst, Stefan de Vrij and Georginio Winjaldum are just a few names which graduated from its hallowed fields. The academy…

Rest Of The World
Will Pyramids FC upset the Egyptian status quo?
19:01 Tuesday 26th November 2019

All over the world, football leagues are dominated by pairs of indestructible football behemoths. Celtic and Rangers in Scotland, Barcelona and Real Madrid in Spain, Juventus and Internazionale in Italy. Egypt is another; a nation commanded by…