Arsenal’s Transfer Activity Confuses Me!

Today, Arsenal confirmed a record deal to bring in attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund. That adds to the signing of Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who arrived in a swap deal from Manchester United with Alexis Sanchez going in the opposite direction. When I say the recent Gunners transfer dealings have me confused, I do’t necessarily mean […]

Name The Better Striker: Gers Alfredo Morelos Or Celtic’s Moussa Dembele?

Now let me start off by apologising for the clickbait headline, the truth is I’m not a huge fan of comparing players and many will no doubt leave this article unfulfilled by my conclusion. Football fans love debating who was better Pele or Maradona? Or who is the best ever Ronaldo or Messi? People will […]

Alexis Sanchez Has To Embrace Man United’s Number Seven Jersey

The boss is pleased with #MUFC‘s new no.7…#Alexis7 — Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 23, 2018 Some shirts at certain football clubs stand-out and at Manchester United the number seven is the one that carries the fondest of memories. George Best was a wizard in it, Bryan Robson was a machine in it, Eric Cantona […]

Edin Dzeko Seems Best Option Available To Chelsea In This Window

Chelsea have been linked with a host of big strikers with Premier League experience during this transfer window. Names such as Ashely Barnes, Peter Crouch, Andy Carroll and Islam Slimani have all been mentioned in the gossip columns and it’s fair to say that those particular players have been met with apathy amongst the Chelsea […]

Can Man United Secure Alexis Sanchez Signature?

According to various reports Arsenal’s squad have become increasingly annoyed by the Alexis Sanchez situation and many of them probably wouldn’t shed a tear if he leaves the Emirates this month. The Gunners board and manager Arsene Wenger might be willing to cash in on the want away star, instead of getting zilch for the […]

It’s Great To See Andrew Robertson Finally Shining At Liverpool

I wasn’t overly surprised that Liverpool managed to be the first team to beat Manchester City in the Premier League this season. Jurgen Klopp’s side have a fast, flowing game that can unsettle any side, it’s worked in the past against other teams in the top six. The main thing that pleased me with the Reds […]

Why Rangers Bids Aren’t Particularly Derisory Or Unsettling

Various media reports are suggesting that Rangers have made moves for Greg Docherty and Jordan Jones from fellow Scottish Premiership sides Hamilton Accies and Kilmarnock. Supposedly the bids were between £300k and £350k each for the duo and both bids were knocked back. The offers have been called low and derisory by some, with former […]

Are Celtic Coasting Or Coming Back Stronger?

Celtic ended 2017 in somewhat humdrum style with a 0-0 draw against Glasgow rivals Rangers. They also dropped points against Hibs and lost to Anderlecht in December. Without doubt the biggest result was the Hoops 4-0 loss to Hearts in the Scottish Premiership, their first domestic defeat since Brendan Rodgers became the club’s manager in […]

Partnership With Scottish Supporters Network

This week I started a new collaboration with the Scottish Supporters Network in conjunction with Supporters Direct Scotland. The project will include both written and video work. It’ll be concentrating on Scottish football and more socially responsible content regarding our game. I’m looking forward to the new debates and the issues that will create them. My first […]

Could Liverpool End Transfer Window Stronger Even Without Coutinho?

If the grapevine’s true then Philippe Coutinho could be leaving Liverpool in a £142m move to FC Barcelona. The Brazilian is without doubt a world class talent but he was angling after this switch all summer and he seems to have picked up another ‘injury’ just in time for the transfer window reopening. Liverpool boss […]