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Sander Berge's acquisition shows Sheffield United's ambition
10:02 Sunday 16th February 2020

Sheffield United has suddenly become a household name in the 'threat to the big six' category in the Premier League. They are placed fifth in the table with 39 points, having played one game more than Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur,…

Premier League
Jack Rodwell: A second chance at second chances?
12:00 Thursday 16th January 2020

When Sheffield United signed Ravel Morrison last July, sceptics raked Chris Wilder over the coals. Morrison barely played in previous stints in Mexico, Italy, England and Spain. All were cut short due to the gifted midfielder's propensity…

Jack Rodwell and the Italian bench
09:00 Monday 28th October 2019

In the early 2010s, Jack Rodwell was a name circulating around the Everton camp. Here was a youngster with the potential to help Everton craft themselves into a top club. Just over a hundred games later, J-Rod was a firm favourite…

Jack Rodwell handed major opportunity by Blackburn Rovers despite one-year injury lay-off
17:00 Sunday 26th August 2018

Not too long ago, Jack Rodwell was being touted as England's new hope. As a youngster, the central midfielder was tearing things up for an Everton side led by David Moyes. Then came a big-money move to Manchester City. That's where…

The Transfer Market: The Cost of the Past Part 3
10:30 Monday 13th February 2017

In the last of the Past Transfer pieces; I'll be looking at what some of the best of all time sold for and the players in their positions who have commanded more in recent years. When you consider that the great Andrea Pirlo's combined career…

Jamie Vardy toils vindicate the big club optimistics
11:30 Tuesday 7th February 2017

Jamie Vardy rejected a move to Arsenal and is now toiling away at Leicester, vindicating the many players who move to big clubs without guaranteed game time.

Let’s not try to put too much pressure on Tom Davies, for England’s sake.
18:00 Monday 16th January 2017

Admittedly, a great performance it was by young Tom Davies at the weekend, however, I really hope that the media do not bombard the 18-year old with the old ‘The Next Gerrard' or ‘The English Zidane' typical cliché headlines which overhyped…

Manchester City's Transfer Window So Far
20:26 Wednesday 15th August 2012

It has, so far, been a quiet summer for Manchester City, perhaps the most low-profile since 2006. Back then Stuart Pearce was manager, their chief targets were Dietmar Hamann and Hatem Trabelsi, and the best that City fans could hope for was…

Moyes: An Everton Legend
14:45 Monday 12th March 2012
By Steven

In 2002 David Moyes walked through the doors of Goodison Park as a relatively inexperienced manager. But after several years as manager of Preston North End, Bill Kenwright saw something in Moyes that persuaded him to take a gamble on the 38-year-old…

Wolves vs. Newcastle Match Report
16:27 Monday 3rd October 2011

The term ‘a game of two halves' would be slightly misplaced when reviewing the match at Molineux yesterday. More appropriate perhaps would be to say Newcastle are a team of two halves. First half saw them show the kind of passing ability, clinical…