Rhys Wallis looks at the chaotic start to the football season, that has left many questioning the laws of the game Since its inception into the Premier League, VAR has never strayed away from the headlines: after every match, it would seem, one of Alan Shearer, Gary Neville, Chris Sutton or Jamie Cartagher seem to […]
Jack Walton offers his take on the current state of football’s League Cup. A mildly condescending defence of the League Cup, made whenever the competition’s ‘worth’ comes up for debate, is that it offers the so-called ‘small’ clubs a rare opportunity to mix it with the ‘elites’. Press coverage in the build-up gleefully hones in […]
Stephen Ong reviews the action from the Champions League knockout stages, with Bayern Munich securing their sixth European title. This year’s Champions League truly delivered, with favourites Liverpool and Real Madrid knocked out in the round of 16, and underdogs RB Leipzig, Atalanta, and Lyon pushing through to the quarter-finals of the competition playing their […]
30 years of hurt finally over as Liverpool confirmed as Premier League Champions. It has been a matter of when, not if Liverpool would be crowned 2019/20 Premier League Champions, even before lockdown. Wednesday’s 4-0 victory over Crystal Palace at Anfield put Liverpool on the brink, with their position confirmed after Manchester City lost 2-1 […]
Extra-time goal sees Grecians head back to Wembley
Marcus Rashford’s campaign to allow low income families in England to claim free school meal vouchers during the holidays has prompted a government U-turn. Whilst the government does not usually provide free school meals during the holidays, it had provided vouchers for the Easter holidays and half-term, but not during the Summer. After raising around […]
Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, looks at four different approaches major football leagues have taken to their Winter seasons being halted by government Coronavirus measures. In the space of a week in mid-March, 30 European Nations halted their Football leagues with postponements ranging from up to early April to indefinite ones. Of course, no tournaments […]
Print Sport Editor Joel Edwards takes a look at the environmental schemes of each Premier League club and how they would finish in a sustainable league table.
Can Sport survive the financial burden of Coronavirus? COVID-19 has had a profound effect on Sport. Print Sport Editor Nick Powell analyses the financial implications of seasons being cut short on the World of Sport. In late February, as Ireland postponed their Six Nations fixture with Italy, few could have imagined the long list of […]
With the news that the Premier League is set to return on June 17, James Bagby looks at the impact of Covid-19 on the beautiful game and what there is left to play for this season.