The Celtic Duo That Could Be Vying For Player Of The Year Honours

Celtic have had an impressive campaign so far this term and it could all end with them as treble winners come May. So obviously when discussing player of the year nominations a few Celtic players will come to mind. John Guidetti made an instant impact but has tailed off recently. Virgil van Dijk has once […]

Louis Van Gaal Finally Has His Manchester United Masterpiece

After Manchester United’s impressive win over Tottenham, people still stated that Louis van Gaal’s men needed to do more to convince them that the tide had definitely turned at Old Trafford. Well those doubters would have certainly been more convinced after Man United went to Anfield a week later and have stopped an inform Liverpool […]

Chelsea’s Hazard Would Be My Player Of The Year Pick

Last year, Luis Suarez deservedly ran away with the Player of the Year title. His form couldn’t be matched. This season has been quite different. Plenty of players have had great seasons without one having a standout year, compared to the rest. So I’ve decided to let you know who I’d pick and why. Plus the […]

Sensational Sterling Could Be Liverpool’s Derby Difference Maker

Liverpool’s ace up their sleeve for the game against bitter rivals Manchester United could very well be twenty-one year old sensation Raheem Sterling. The England man has had a terrific season so far this term. Along with Jordan Henderson, Martin Skrtel and Philippe Coutinho, Sterling has been a catalyst in pushing Liverpool up the Premier […]

Key Man Carrick Needs To Keep Manchester United Ticking Against Liverpool

When Manchester United announced that vice-captain Michael Carrick had agreed to sign a new one year extension, you could almost hear a sigh of relief come out of Old Trafford. The midfielder bridges a gap between the successful Sir Alex Ferguson days to this new transitional era. His experience within the squad is vital. Carrick’s […]

Ronny Deila: Celtic’s Manager Will Become A Legend At Club

    When Celtic appointed Ronny Deila, I said that the appointment was a bold one and could become a masterstroke. After eight months in charge, I think the Norwegian is well on his way to establishing a fine legacy at Parkhead. The thirty-nine year old has had his fair share of blips. The club […]

Missing Jelavic Will Hurt Hull But Shouldn’t Be Seen As Fatal

Hull City manager Steve Bruce has came out this afternoon and said that his striker Nikica Jelavic could miss the rest of the season due to a recurring knee injury. Bruce stated… “We hope he’ll do his best to try and play a part but if we’re going to be realistic, it could force him […]

It’s Not Science… Looking At Why English Teams Took An Early European Exit

  Everyone and their auntie are stating that English football is in a crisis, as that must be the only reason why all their teams have tumbled out of Europe before the quarter-final stage. I don’t think it’s an English thing to be honest, I tend to think it has a lot to do with the […]

Scottish Parliament Backs Plans To Allow Scots To Buy Their Clubs

  Supporters Direct Scotland (SDS) today gave its support to the decision to approve amendments to the Community Empowerment Bill, extending the act to allow football fans the opportunity to buy their clubs. The amendments were unanimously agreed by Holyrood’s Local Government Committee after proposals were tabled by Greens MSP Alison Johnstone, a long-term proponent […]

Is It Time For Man City To Say Ta-Ta To Yaya Toure?

I think people are going a bit over the top criticising Manchester City after Barcelona knocked them out of the Champions League. That was an extremely tough draw as Barca are more than capable of knocking any team out on their day! But City’s season as a whole has raised a few questions about their […]