England Job Would Suit Arsene Wenger

Sam Allardyce left the England manager’s role after just one game in charge due to a sting by British newspaper The Telegraph. That means that the FA are once again on the lookout for a new boss. Under-21 manager Gareth Southgate will take charge for the next four games as those in charge at the […]

Mark Warburton Needs To Start Changing Things At Rangers

Ok let’s start by saying Rangers were probably the better team against Aberdeen yesterday. Plus the free-kick that led to the Don’s winner shouldn’t have been given. But it’s very telling that Rangers can dominate a game but not get a result from it. Now if it just happened the one time then that would […]

Conte’s Defensive Crisis At Chelsea

Antonio Conte’s successes with Juventus and Italy were built on solid defensive foundations. He could rely on legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and with the battling trio of Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Andrea Barzagli playing just in front of him. So it was understandable to see the Italian coach pulling his hair-out during his sides 3-0 […]

Where Are They Now? Celtic’s Three Amigos

In 1996/97, Rangers would go on and secure their ninth title in a row. But in a lot of people’s minds Celtic were actually the better team on the eye and often more entertaining to watch. The Hoops would finish the season only five points behind the eventual champions. Celtic manager Tommy Burns had fashioned […]

Inter Hope Gabigol Can Be Clubs Next South American Superstar

This week Internazionale paraded their late summer signing Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa, also known as ‘Gabigol’. Inter Milan have a rich history of South American striking heroes with Jair, Ruben Sosa, Ivan Zamorano, Ronaldo, Alvaro Recoba, Adriano and Diego Milito all starring for ‘I Nerazzurri’. The current main man for Inter at the moment is Argentine forward […]

Where Are They Now? The 2012 Rangers Division Three Side

So we all know about the financial meltdown of 2012 that saw Rangers in administration, then the company was liquidated and the new company had to start life in Scotland’s old Division Three.  The date was the 11th of August 2012 and a hastily arranged Gers squad, which still had a few old faces, went […]

Hot-Head Costa Needs To Maintain Early Season Form

When it was announced that Antonio Conte was taking up the reigns at Chelsea, I stated that one of his first orders of business should be persuading Diego Costa to stay at Stamford Bridge. It’s fair to say that Diego didn’t enjoy the best of seasons last term, but then again who did for the […]

Enhanced Odds Vs Free Bets, which is better?

The world of online gambling is constantly evolving but no area of it has changed more profoundly as ‘new customer offers’ which have undergone a major transformation since the arrival of Enhanced Odds. Like free bets, Enhanced Odds are a great ‘something for nothing’ offer. But they seemingly attain more headline attention than the traditional […]

Celebrating Emile Heskey!

Sometimes it’s easy to go with the crowd and sneer at certain players because everyone else does it. Throughout his career Emile Ivanhoe Heskey had his detractors, but I think his style and his ability was often under-appreciated. The forward made his debut as a seventeen year old for his hometown club Leicester City, although […]

Mourinho Needs To Drop Fellaini And Rooney To Kick Start Season

One of the biggest differences between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho so far during their stints in Manchester has been Pep’s ruthlessness when dealing with his sides more established players. The Spaniard has dumped Yaya Toure out of his team and he’s sent former number one Joe Hart out on loan to Torino. Both of these […]