X
Follow It's Round and It's White on Facebook
Danny Glendenning

Passions include reading, sport, and nights out with friends. A football fanatic whose writing career began in May 2016. Now 30 years old, lives in South Yorkshire - local team is Doncaster Rovers, although heart lies with Arsenal. Contributing editor for It's Round And It's White. Current claim to fame is an interview with Ron Atkinson. Always looking for work, either editing or writing. Contact via email: Dannysg1988@outlook.com. Or Twitter: @DannySG1988.

 

 


Total articles: 225

New posts have just been added
Europa League
What’s Arsenal’s best route back to Europe’s top table?
15:00 Thursday 19th September 2019

From 1998 to 2017, under Arsene Wenger’s guidance, Arsenal held Champions League status. Ever since the Gunners have missed out. They have two pathways into Europe’s elite club competition next season: finish in the Premier League…

Italy
Can Roma loan save Mkhitaryan’s career?
19:00 Thursday 12th September 2019

Henrikh Mkhitaryan joined Roma on a season-long loan from Arsenal ten days ago. The misfiring attacker is hoping to put behind his 20-month woe in North London by rediscovering top form in Italy’s capital. Whether he can remains up for…

England National Team
Is it James Maddison’s time to shine for England?
12:00 Saturday 7th September 2019

Gareth Southgate announced his latest England squad nine days ago for upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo. Among the usual suspects, there was a first call-up for defenders Tyrone Mings, Aaron Wan Bissaka. Midfielder Mason…

Premier League
Why Lucas Torreira must be an Arsenal starter
08:00 Wednesday 4th September 2019

Despite losing Aaron Ramsey and more recently Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who’s joined Roma on a season-long loan, Arsenal remain strong in midfield. Unai Emery can choose between Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi, Granit Xhaka, Dani Ceballos,…

Managerial News
Where next for Jose Mourinho?
09:00 Friday 30th August 2019

Jose Mourinho ultimately failed to make Manchester United a force again. The Portuguese hasn’t returned to management since he was sacked eight months ago.  Having brought a little optimism to United supporters with a first-season…

Premier League
Will Tammy Abraham emerge as Chelsea’s main striker?
19:00 Wednesday 28th August 2019

In July, Frank Lampard returned to Chelsea after five years away. The Englishman, whose managerial reputation enhanced in his debut season at Derby County, walked into a difficult situation in which the Blues’ squad required a rebuild…

Premier League
Harry Wilson's war goes to the South Coast
08:01 Sunday 25th August 2019

Having joined Liverpool’s academy as a 15-year-old, Harry Wilson, like many young British players, is yet to receive a real opportunity in the Premier League. The Welsh winger has had loan spells at Crewe Alexandra, Hull City, and Derby…

Spain
How high can Sevilla aim this season?
12:00 Friday 23rd August 2019

Sevilla ranks as one of La Liga’s most consistent teams during the last six seasons. In that period, Los Hispalenses have claimed two fifth-places, one fourth, finished seventh twice, and sixth in 2018/19. Not restricted to performing…

Premier League
Will central defence cost Manchester City the title?
17:00 Tuesday 20th August 2019

Back-to-back Premier League champions, Manchester City secured the title by 19 points in 2017/18 and a narrow one point last season. Pep Guardiola’s team is predominantly built on a free-flowing, devastating attack yet defensive competence…

Premier League
Can James McCarthy resurrect his career at Crystal Palace?
08:01 Sunday 18th August 2019

James McCarthy joined Crystal Palace 11 days ago for £3 million. It brought an end to the central midfielder’s six-year spell at Everton. Having fallen off the Premier League radar in recent times, he now aims to revive his career…

Championship
Can Huddersfield Town waken from their long slumber?
09:00 Friday 16th August 2019

Having suffered Premier League relegation at March’s end, Huddersfield Town target making a return at the first attempt. The Terriers, though, haven’t regained their footing in England’s second tier. Can they manage to…

European Football
Liverpool, Chelsea: What if UEFA throws a party and you have to show up?
12:00 Wednesday 14th August 2019

Liverpool take on Chelsea in tonight’s European Super Cup, hosted at BJK Vodafone Park, Istanbul. It will witness Stephanie Frappart become the first female ever to referee a major men’s UEFA game. The Reds earned their right by…

France
Why recent signings Ander Herrera, Idrissa Gueye can backfire on PSG
12:01 Thursday 8th August 2019

Paris Saint-Germain picked up Ander Herrera on a free transfer at June’s beginning. Les Parisiens then brought in Idrissa Gueye for £29 million nine days ago. Two decent, hard-working central midfielders who add depth. Nonetheless,…

Premier League
2019/20 Arsenal Premier League preview
19:00 Tuesday 6th August 2019

Arsenal showed a little promise last season before faltering in the Premier League run-in to finish fifth, one point behind enemies Tottenham Hotspur. Unai Emery’s 2019/20 target replicates that of 12 months ago: secure a top-four finish.…

Premier League
2019/20 Aston Villa Premier League preview
19:00 Saturday 3rd August 2019

Dean Smith performed a minor miracle to guide Aston Villa from the Championship’s 12th position into fifth. After replacing Steve Bruce in October, the 48-year-old oversaw a ten-game winning streak running from March to April’s…