Time For Martial And Rashford To Step Up At Manchester United

Jose Mourinho would have wanted a better ending to 2017 for his Manchester United side. They’ve recently lost to rivals Manchester City, they have dropped down to third place in the Premier League behind last season’s league champions Chelsea and now they’ve seen strikers Romelu Lukaku and Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffer from injuries. Belgian hitman Lukaku was […]

Rangers Defence Has A New Yardstick After Celtic Game!

Rangers managed to pick up a second draw from Celtic Park this year as they held the Scottish Premiership leaders to a 0-0 draw. In truth, today’s performance was probably the best showing from Rangers in an Old Firm match since rejoining Scotland’s top flight. It was a very strong team performance and they looked solid […]

Virgil Van Dijk Needs To Be An Instant Star At Liverpool!

It has been announced that Liverpool will finally sign Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk when the January transfer window opens. The deal dragged on during the summer with The Saints unhappy with The Reds over their public pursuit of the Dutch internationalist. Liverpool apologised and withdrew from the bidding and the player was unhappy that his […]

Don’t Expect Manchester City To Go All In For Virgil Van Dijk

As the winter transfer window looms ever closer, reports linking various quality players with the top teams around the continent fill our media pages. Recently Premier League runaway leaders Manchester City have been heavily linked with Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk. You can see why the stories have done the rounds; City have a history […]

Tapping Up Scandal Could See Antoine Griezmann End Up At Man United

It’s looking increasingly likely that Antoine Griezmann’s time at Atletico Madrid is coming to an end and I certainly wouldn’t bet against him leaving next month. Atleti’s transfer ban comes to an end, when January the first comes around, and they already have striker Diego Costa waiting in the wings to make his long awaited […]

The Time’s Right For Rangers To Bring Steven Naismith Back To Ibrox

Football fans can be fickle creatures. A goalscorer leaves their club and he goes from being a hero to villain in the moment he departs. Bring him back and a few might question it but if he returns with goals or committed performances, then all is forgiven. A prime example of this, is Wayne Rooney […]

Why Mobile Phones And Football Don’t Mix!

It’s funny how mobile phones have became such an integral part in our every day lives. At a quick glance we can be in the pub and suddenly find out who’s the oldest player to win a World Cup, it’s Italy’s Dino Zoff by the way (yes I Googled it!). Blind people can use apps on […]

Four Goalkeepers That Could Replace Craig Gordon At Celtic

I think it’s fair to say that Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon hasn’t had the greatest of seasons so far this term. At times he seems to lack the required concentration levels needed in the biggest of games especially in European competition. Even though no one has conceded fewer in the Scottish Premiership, Gordon has still […]

Defeat Certainly Not The Worst Thing For Celtic

Hearts humbled Scottish Premiership champions Celtic 4-0 at Tynecastle earlier. The capital were deserved winners and in finding a win they became the first side in Scotland to record a victory over Celtic in seventy attempts since Brendan Rodgers took charge at Parkhead. That 69 game unbeaten domestic run, which saw the Hoops side collect […]

The Top Five Premier League Summer Signings!

As we approach the January transfer window, I thought I’d take a look back at the summer signings that have made a big impact in the Premier League, so far this season. Obviously fans will disagree with my some of my choices and moan that I’ve left out one of their stars but I’ve decided […]