Lennon Leaves Celtic In Paradise

Neil Lennon has decided to call time on his Celtic career. He managed the club for the past four years. In that time Celtic won three league championships and two Scottish Cups. Plus last season they managed to reach the last sixteen of the Champions League. It is easy to forget that when Lennon came […]

Man City/Yaya Toure: Bad Agents Give Football A Bad Name

I’m not quite sure what goes on in football agents heads sometimes. Over the past few days Yaya Toure’s agent Dimitri Seluk has came out and suggested that his client is far from happy at Manchester City? Why? Well we are assured its not money related as Yaya earns a reported £220k a week and […]

Fantastic World Cup Cake And Big Surprise

As many of the regular readers will know, I turned thirty this week. Well I had a party on the Saturday night and was presented with this amazing World Cup cake made by my beautiful girlfriend Diane. It tasted as awesome as it looked. Oh and I say girlfriend but I should actually say fiancee, […]

Wenger Should Make FA Cup Final His Swan Song

I am a huge fan of Arsene Wenger and all he has done at Arsenal but I think the time may have arrived for the French manager to say au devoir to Arsenal. The London club owe him a lot. He has brought them huge amounts of cash, trophies and the club is probably one […]

Why I Love Football

Today is quite a big day. Today I turn thirty! To celebrate I thought I’d let you know why I love football so much A Goal: A goal in football is always beautiful in my opinion. Obviously some are better than others, some are more aesthetically pleasing and some are more important. But every goal […]

The EPL Sack Race Doesn’t End Today

  The English Premier League (EPL) has finished for the summer. You would think that that would would mean the EPL’s managers could now head to Brazil for a holiday at the World Cup and start their preparations for next seasons campaign. But this summer seems to be different from most. Chairman and club boards […]

Man City Champions: No Need For Mind Games

Once again Manchester City have become champions of England. Congratulations to them and their manager Manuel Pellegrini, who has secured his first league title in Europe. The Chilean manager has gone about his job with a slight smile to his face, full of concentration and hasn’t needed to resort to mind games. A few times […]

Goodbye Alan Hansen and Thank You

The last Match of the Day (MotD) of the season will see Alan Hansen bowing out of the show. He has decided to retire from the programme after twenty-two years of being one of its main pundits. In my opinion, it’s an end of an era. He was one of the first pundits to really […]

A Poor Plan B From The FA!

By Ian Rands (A United View)  At the end of last year I sat in a near empty stadium that was devoid of atmosphere and watched a football match. It was an odd experience, sat amongst a passive audience that barely showed any passion or interest for what happened on the pitch. A home goal […]

Will PSG Become A Selling Club This Summer?

Paris Saint-Germain have been Europe’s big spenders these past few seasons, ever since they were taken over in 2011 by the Qatari Investment Authority (QIA). But this summer could be a bit different for the Ligue 1 champions. They may need to sell a few players in order to make any new exciting purchases. That […]