Current Man City Crisis Proves They Aren’t A European Elite Side

Like Roberto Mancini did before him, Manuel Pellegrini has found out that it’s easier to win your first league title in England than it is to clinch your second. The Chilean boss has also seen that his squad aren’t quite at the level they need to be at to challenge the likes of Real Madrid, […]

Scotland’s Strachan Should Be Applauded For Lewis Macleod Inclusion

Gordon Strachan has called up Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod for Scotland’s national squad to face Ireland and England, later on this month. The twenty-year olds inclusion has certainly raised a few eyebrows, with certain members of the media and fans questioning the motives and merits in calling up a Scottish Championship player. But for me, […]

Man United Should Feel Encouraged

  Sunday’s Manchester Derby saw Manchester City take care of business at the Etihad, defeating Manchester United 1-0 on the strength of a goal from Sergio Aguero. Fans didn’t quite see the high scoring affair many were anticipating between these two sides. It was still a closely contested game, though, and one that both teams […]

Ciao Signor Lippi

Legendary Italian manager Marcello Lippi has announced that he’s retiring from football. The sixty-six year old stated… “I don’t want to coach anymore, I’m too old,” He quits on a high, which is apt after such an illustrious career, after guiding¬†Guangzhou Evergrande to their third Chinese league title in a row. The great boss also […]

Silly Smalling Needs To Buck Up Ideas

Back in 2010 and 2011, Chris Smalling good do little wrong. His ¬£12m transfer to Manchester United looked to be a bargain as he was composed both on the ball and in the tackle. His early United performances seen him called up for the England senior squad and he was capped in September 2011. It […]