Rangers And The Sad Truth

You could spot the warning signs a mile off. Rangers were purchased by Charles Green and his cohorts back in the summer of 2012. The club/company would be liquidated and were sent to division three. The majority of the teams stars left and the new board had to rebuild. Rangers returned from the ashes but […]

Why Hitzlsperger Coming Out Shouldn’t Be Newsworthy

Last week former German international Thomas Hitzlsperger announced he was gay. The story was huge news in the football world and it made mainstream media headlines. I was unsure if I should touch the subject. It generates so much opinion and views. Then I remembered it was my blog, the ideal platform to tell the […]

A Hitlist For Arsenal Boss Wenger

Even before it was revealed that Theo Walcott was going to miss the rest of the season, most Arsenal fans were aware they needed new striking options at the Emirates. At the moment the enigma Niklas Bendtner is out injured and summer signing Yaya Sanogo has hardly been seen due to constant niggles. That leaves […]

Assessing Mourinho’s Return At Chelsea

Jose Mourinho returned home when he took over again at Chelsea. Six months on and the return of the ‘Special One’ has been a bit underwhelming. A lot has changed since he departed six years ago. The squad isn’t quite as good, there is a new challenger in the shape of Manchester City and the […]

Why Celtic Won’t Splash Out

This transfer window started with Neil Lennon telling the press that Celtic wouldn’t find it a problem spending £6m on one player. In his own words he said this… “Could we afford to spend £6m for one player? Yes, we could.” Now look at what he actually says. Yes Celtic could afford to take the […]

More Moyes Misery

So its January the 6th 2014. So far its not been a happy new year for Manchester United. Out of the FA Cup in the third round and after losing to Spurs on new years day they sit seventh in the table. They are 11 points adrift of leaders Arsenal and have five points fewer […]

Why The FA Cup Really Doesn’t Matter

Paul Lambert said what a lot of people have been thinking for years. The FA Cup is more of a distraction than a dream. The FA Cup is still huge in England for the fans and for some of the players especially from the lower leagues. For them the romance of the FA Cup is […]