Catch 22 For Southampton/Schneiderlin

So it looks like Southampton and Morgan Schneiderlin are far from being on the same page. This week saw French internationalist Schneiderlin linked with a probable switch to Spurs, only for Saints chairman Ralph Krueger to come out and state that the club had no intentions of selling the midfielder. The twenty-four year old has […]

Why I Still Blog…

Back in 2011, I wrote a piece about why I blogged. It was titled ‘Why I Blog‘. That particular article got the biggest ever response, in terms of comments. Now almost three years on, the piece becomes a bit relevant again as does the question ‘why do I blog’? This week Iain King announced that […]

Looking At Russia 2018… Too Early?

So as the dust settles on Brazil 2014 and Germany well and truly partied out after their triumph, it’s probably a bit too soon too look forward to Russia 2018. But hey, we football fanatics don’t know the meaning of too soon and it looks like agrees, as they already have odds for the […]

Can Saints Bring the Great Wall Forster To Southampton?

For those of us with an interest in Scottish football it’s easy to see why teams on the continent and English Premier League sides would be interested in England international goalkeeper Fraser Forster. Southampton have been linked with the shot-stopper and have already had a bid turned down for the Northumberland born goalie. The six […]

Why London Has An Edge Over Manchester For The 2014/15 Title

With only a month between now and the last day of the transfer window, we have a better idea on how the teams will shape up for the 2014/15 season. While passing time waiting in suspense for the new season to start, many are playing Royal Vegas Canada games to get their betting skills refreshed […]

The Case For A New Man United Defence

Manchester United have been linked with a lot of creative midfield talent this summer. It is understandable as its been obvious for a few seasons now that the Old Trafford club have been weak in that area. But surely after the departures of Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Alexander Buttner, and Nemanja Vidic the defence needs […]

Good Luck Glasgow With The Commonwealth Games

Glasgow showed the world that they can throw a party as they launched the 2014 Commonwealth games in the city. Here is a fantastic shot of Celtic Park. The image belongs to HD Warrior.

Picture Blog: Cathkin Park

Today I took a jaunt down to Cathkin Park as it’s only a few miles away from my flat.  I have always been intrigued by the former home of the now extinct Third Lanark AC. It is only a stones throw away from Hampden Park home of Scotland and Queens Park. At its peak the […]

Monaco Moving For Fernando Torres Shows lack Of Intent

  This time last year AS Monaco had already spent over €100m on new and exciting talent. This summer has seen the Principality club sell the likes of James Rodriguez, Emmanuel Riviere and Eric Abidal. In return they have still to sign anyone of note. As time marches on this summer, the Ligue 1 runners up […]

Why Barkley Should Stick With The Toffees

Manchester City have been heavily linked with a huge bid for Everton’s gifted youngster Ross Barkley. According to The Guardian, mega-rich City could be willing to pay £50m for the English darling. Now obviously if that bid materialises it would be tempting for both Everton and Barkley, as that kind of money is life changing. […]