Mikhail Shklover examines what has gone wrong for Cristiano Ronaldo, and after his controversial interview, what may be next for the footballing superstar.
The new Premier League season is well underway and Oliver Rickwood, Sport Editor, has taken a detailed look at what to expect, team by team.
Stanley Murphy-Johns assesses the two primary managerial candidates for Manchester United and their potential to bring the club’s interminable nightmare to an end.
Gillian Allison Gracias reports on the recent news of the sanctioning of Chelsea FC owner Roman Abramovich by the UK government, detailing the implications it will have for the club.
Oliver Rickwood analyses how the newly recruited Steven Gerrard can improve performance and salvage the rest of the season for Aston Villa.
Athletes and Anti-Vaxx: What’s Going On? Online Sports Editor Henry Hood delves into the lack of vaccinations in the sporting world. Sixty-eight percent of the UK have received two doses of the coronavirus vaccine. The same percentage of Premier League footballers have been vaccinated. This does not seem like a discrepancy until you start digging a bit deeper. Gov.uk […]
Rob Worthington discusses the ramifications of Newcastle United’s new Saudi investors on the Premier League and football as a whole.
Stanley Murphy-Johns gives his take on this summer’s football transfer window.
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 […]