Most Improved Phil Jones Gives Man United Added Balance At The Back

Injuries can ruin careers and set players back a level or two. That seemed to be the case with Phil Jones at Manchester United. In the last two seasons he struggled for game time. As soon as he got back to full fitness and into the Man United first team he’d seem to pick up […]

Interesting Times Ahead With Steve Clarke At Kilmarnock

Kilmarnock FC’s start to the season was iffy to say the least and they decided to let rookie boss Lee McCulloch go and bring in a replacement. The board at Rugby Park have been ambitious in their recruitment and have brought in Steve Clarke. After a trophy laden playing career with Chelsea the Scot has […]

Scotland: Standard Strachan, Predictable SFA & Unwanted Mackay

I thought I’d leave all the Scotland stuff for a week and let the Slovenia result sink in. Obviously a lot has happened since that poor second half performance in Ljubljana. Most notably has been the departure of Scotland manager Gordon Strachan and we aren’t going to the World Cup next summer. Many a fan […]

Jose Mourinho & Man United Will Be Happy With Stalemate At Liverpool

Manchester United didn’t have the best of games at Anfield against Liverpool today but Jose Mourinho will be chuffed that they still managed to secure an away point at such a tough venue. The Portuguese boss knows that his side need to keep their unbeaten run going in the English Premier League as they challenge […]

Guess The Player: Liverpool Or Manchester United?

The derby between Liverpool and Manchester United is just one of the many games that fans can place a bet on the Betfair football odds market over the weekend. Despite hundreds of games being played all across the country, all eyes will be focused on the North-West derby.   Over the years, fans have had […]

A Look At All The Trophies Liverpool And Manchester United Have Won

Manchester United and Liverpool are the two most successful English football clubs and each have enjoyed a prolonged spell of dominance at the top of the English game. It was back in the 1970’s and 80’s when Liverpool enjoyed their best period, while for Manchester United, their most dominant period came in the 1990’s and […]

Goodbye My Old Friend!

Today I unfortunately have to write one of the saddest blog posts I’ll ever have to write. This week my wife’s father, William Murdoch Thomas, passed away at the age of eighty. He was a great man, much loved by his friends and family. Now why am I writing about William or Billy as I […]

Chelsea Sweating Over N’Golo Kante

Chelsea are going to have to deal with the next few games without Frenchman N’Golo Kante in their  midfield. The key holding midfielder was one of the club’s star turns last term as the ‘Blues’ romped home to the Premier League title. But during the international break the ball winning central midfielder suffered from a […]

Can Man United Gazump Man City And Take Alexis Sanchez In January?

In January, Alexis Sanchez will enter the last six months of his Arsenal contract. That means the winter transfer window will be the Gunner’s last opportunity to recoup any cash for their star player. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was adamant in the summer that he wouldn’t sell the Chilean international and while that proved to […]

Ya Dancer! Scotland Keep The World Cup Dream Alive!

Another late winner for Scotland has kept their World Cup dream alive and now we have our fate in our own hands. The Tartan Army support at Hampden roared the team home and in truth the Scots fully deserved the result as they bossed much of the game. Slovakia made their own job difficult with […]