Book Review: Bring The Noise

Klopp: Bring The Noise by Raphael Honigstein Sometimes it can be difficult for a biography to work without too much of a contribution from the main subject (Jurgen Klopp in this instance). Yet when the author is a fine sports journalist like Raphael Honigstein then you get a well rounded story and you still manage […]

Celtic Should Replace Neil Lennon Now

Neil Lennon has decided that he can’t continue as Celtic manager with the club announcing early today that he had resigned with immediate effect (Source BBC Sport). He leaves with The Hoops sitting second place in the Scottish Premiership but a full eighteen points behind leaders Rangers. It’s now possible for the Ibrox side to […]

Book Review: 250 Days

250 Days by Daniel Storey I’ve been a Premier League fan since it’s inception and for me Eric Cantona has been the best foreign player to play in England’s top flight. I think he was the catalyst that lead to better tactics and to an influx of better players. The moment he kung-fu kicked a […]

Three Main Issues Liverpool Have Had To Endure This Season

If you look at Jurgen Klopp’s record as a coach you’ll notice that at his previous clubs, Mainz O5 and Borussia Dortmund, the German’s sides have always suffered from dips in form at some point. I think it’s fair to say that he’s now suffering from yet another dip in form at current employers Liverpool. […]

Book Review: Quiet Leadership

Quiet Leadership by Carlo Ancelotti (with Chris Brady & Mike Forde) I feel so many people could learn from this book and not just those interested in football. It’s almost a business academic book. I honestly think many retail, hospitality and business managers/students could learn from the experienced Italian boss and his teachings within these […]

Edinson Cavani Is Manchester United’s Most Natural Number Nine

The famous number seven jersey may sit on the back of Edinson Cavani’s shirt at Manchester United but he’s a forward more in the ilk of a Denis Law rather than that of a flamboyant wide player like a George Best. Essentially the Uruguayan is more of a number nine, a central striker, In fairness […]

Superb Summer Signing Ruben Dias Has Given Man City Defensive Consistency

Manchester City have long been in search of a Vincent Kompany replacement, even during the Belgian defender’s last few seasons at City they were on the lookout for someone who could consistently fill the void he’d leave behind. Quite a few central defensive names have arrived at The Etihad and most have them have been […]

Big Six Could Possibly Try & Raid Leeds For Raphinha In The Summer

Leeds United’s troubles over the last decade and a half have been well documented. Multiple relegations and administration have been the cause of great distress to a city obsessed with football. As much as the fans did everything to keep the Leeds flag flying during some of the most depressing years, by packing away ends […]

What Liverpool Can Expect From Potential Defensive Recruits Ben Davies & Ozan Kabak

As the transfer deadline shuts later on tonight, Premier League champions Liverpool are trying desperately to sign up one or two central defenders to help shore things up as they look to retain their title. The Reds are in need of new defensive recruits due to significant injuries to key centre-backs Virgil van Dijk, Joel […]