How Much Time Should Be Given To Ole Gunnar Solskjaer At Man United?

The main question everyone is asking right now is if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the right man to lead Manchester United and how much time should be given for him to prove his case. The Norwegian impressed as the interim manager after Jose Mourinho was sacked, but the end of the season run-in was horrendous, […]

Vincent Kompany – Manchester City’s Greatest Premier League Star

Now calling Vincent Kompany Manchester City’s greatest Premier League player is going to be subjective. People will have their own opinion. Some will state that it’s David Silva, others will point out Sergio Aguero’s goals and then there will be those that will be adamant that it’s Yaya Toure. To be fair, I think those […]

Assessing Steven Gerrard’s First Year At Rangers – Not Great, Not Terrible!

  Steven Gerrard’s Rangers team trudged off Rugby Park this afternoon having lost their last game of his maiden year as a manager. The Gers boss will now understand just how tough life in Glasgow is because some will slate his debut year and call it unsuccessful. Others will try and say that Steven has […]

Mauricio Pochettino Would Make An Ideal Juventus Manager

It could be a huge summer for Mauricio Pochettino. Before the Argentine gets to go on holiday the coach has the chance to create history and become the first manager to guide Tottenham Hotspur to a Champions League title. Win, lose or draw in Madrid, Pochettino will probably have a big decision to make. Can he […]

Celtic Boss Neil Lennon Is Wrong About The Celtic Fanbase

Current Celtic manager Neil Lennon has come out and backed himself to get the job on a full-time basis, as it stands his contract runs out in the summer. Speaking to the media yesterday Lennon hit back at critics that didn’t want to see him getting the gig (Source The Scotsman): “It’s the new age, […]

Liverpool Have Great Champions League Consolation Prize To Aim For

For much of this season, you wouldn’t have bet against Liverpool winning the Premier League. The Reds have looked great at the back, have top-class full-backs that provided lots of assists, possess a strong midfield and a fluid free-scoring front three. In total Jurgen Klopp’s men lost just one league game all season, yet that […]

Who Would You Bet On To Lift The Champions League?

After completing successful comebacks in the second legs of the Champions League semi finals, both Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are now set to face each other in Madrid. In what is going to be the first all-English Champions League final since Chelsea vs. Manchester United in 2008, the two sides are now looking to end […]

Kamara And Katic Have Big Say As Rangers Beat Champions Celtic

Rangers made it two home wins out of two against Scottish Premiership champions Celtic this season, beating their bitter rivals 2-0 today. In those fixtures; Steven Gerrard has got his tactics spot on against first Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic and then Neil Lennon’s Hoops team. The Gers outplayed and outfought Celtic in every department this afternoon, […]

Blog Video – Looking At Football Life On The Isle Of Skye With Kyleakin FC

  I recently took a trip to the Isle of Skye and I managed to catch the big derby game between local rivals Kyleakin FC and Kyle FC. Which I filmed for Club Development Scotland. The game was good and plenty turned up to watch Kyleakin win 6-2. Before the match I caught up with […]

The Redemption Of Chelsea’s David Luiz

It doesn’t seem to matter how many times we count David Luiz out, the Chelsea defender seems to dust himself down and comeback with some scintillating performances. Don’t get me wrong, he still has a clanger in him but he doesn’t shy away from it either. People discounted him this season when Chelsea started to […]