Rob Worthington discusses the ramifications of Newcastle United’s new Saudi investors on the Premier League and football as a whole.
Football’s Last Dance: Messi vs Ronaldo in 2021 With Ronaldo and Messi entering the true twilight years of their careers, Harry Richards discusses the infamous rivals’ chances of success this season. It is still early days for the two greatest footballers of this generation at their new clubs. Both have already shown their quality: Cristiano […]
From the verge of promotion to oblivion: Derby County in administration Oliver Rickwood discusses Derby County, who have officially entered administration and have been deducted 12 points by the English Football League, sending them to the bottom of the Championship table. Manager Wayne Rooney has promised to stay and “fight” for the club, despite revealing […]
Robert Worthington examines Marcos Alonso’s decision to stop taking the knee.
Stanley Murphy-Johns gives his take on this summer’s football transfer window.
Racists Running Amok – But Football Will Fight Back Rhys Wallis discusses the recent scrutiny on racist abuse in football, and what needs to change. Racism and abuse is, unfortunately, nothing new in football, but this summer saw it well and truly rear its ugly head once more. After a year and a bit with […]
After another disappointing loss on penalties for England, Stanley Murphy-Johns takes a closer look at the psychology behind penalty shootouts.
Harry Richards takes an in-depth look into the true value a goalkeeper holds in a team
Stanley Murphy-Johns expands on a recent article by The Athletic detailing the causes that led to France’s unexpected exit from Euro 2020.
With Tottenham Hotspur’s search for a new manager going disastrously wrong, Harry Richards looks into the potential options Daniel Levy could consider as chairman of the club.