Big Six Could Possibly Try & Raid Leeds For Raphinha In The Summer

Leeds United’s troubles over the last decade and a half have been well documented. Multiple relegations and administration have been the cause of great distress to a city obsessed with football. As much as the fans did everything to keep the Leeds flag flying during some of the most depressing years, by packing away ends […]

What Liverpool Can Expect From Potential Defensive Recruits Ben Davies & Ozan Kabak

As the transfer deadline shuts later on tonight, Premier League champions Liverpool are trying desperately to sign up one or two central defenders to help shore things up as they look to retain their title. The Reds are in need of new defensive recruits due to significant injuries to key centre-backs Virgil van Dijk, Joel […]

Book Review: Fast Forward

Fast Forward by Andrew Cole I remember watching Andrew (He doesn’t mention the debate regarding his first name in this memoir but it’s clear that he’s an Andrew not Andy) burst onto the Premier League with Newcastle United in 1993. He became a star during the glorious early years of the Premier League, moving to […]

Folly From Celtic Boss Neil Lennon To Throw Vasilis Barkas Under The Bus

Celtic have chop and changed their goalkeeper all season. New signing Vasilis Barkas hasn’t come in and commanded things straight away. Scott Bain has plenty of experience in the Scottish Premiership and while decent, he isn’t a standout keeper. Even young third choice Connor Hazard has had a shot in between the sticks but he […]

Book Review: In Search Of Duncan Ferguson

In Search of Duncan Ferguson by Alan Pattullo I wasn’t expecting to read a book about footballing legend (or is it myth?) Duncan Ferguson and actually get the feeling I was reading about a determined sleuth taking up a cold case and hunting for a missing person. Yet that’s the vibe I got from this […]

A Dembele Loan Deal Could Bring Man United Closer To Premier League Title

Manchester United have been continually linked with French international wide-man Ousmane Dembele in recent transfer windows. Football365 have once again reported that United are interested in the international winger this January. I think if the Old Trafford club can thrash out a loan deal, with an option to buy, then they could be in a […]

Lampard Needs Win Over Foxes, Could Be A Brendan Rodgers Chelsea Audition

No one will know just how ruthless Roman Abramovich can be when Chelsea’s managers struggle to get positive results as much as current incumbent Frank Lampard. Given Chelsea’s recent run of form and their seventh position in the Premier League, the Blues boss must be looking over his should with a wee bit of dread […]

Book Review: Danish Dynamite

Danish Dynamite by Rob Smyth, Lars Eriksen and Luke Gibbons. Books can be a wonderful tool to take you back in time and help you learn about an era that you didn’t really know existed. As a kid born in the eighties, I became interested in football domestically in 1989. In 1990 I watched my […]

Brazilian Duo Alisson & Fabinho Currently Carrying Liverpool’s Title Hopes

Much has been made of Liverpool’s fantastic front three in recent years. Yet The Reds defence was just as significant as they claimed their first Premier League title last term. This campaign hasn’t gone just as swimmingly for the front three and that has meant that more pressure has been shifted onto the team’s backline. […]

Book Review – Ronaldo! King Of The World

Ronaldo! King Of The World by Wensley Clarkson This book reminds me why I like autobiographies compared to a writer analysing a subject. If you want to know more about Ronaldo’s early years and relive his struggles from the World Cup 1998 then this could be for you. Getting into the book I became instantly […]