Soccer Blogs And Why 'Good' Doesn't Equal 'Big'
Soccer Blogs And Why 'Good' Doesn't Equal 'Big'

Being a London-based football blogger specialising in English and American soccer and a professional digital-type, The Gaffer’s recent post asking why there aren’t more good soccer blogs from England snagged my interest. It’s a subject which has cropped up many times, from my work on football bloggers’ influence to discussions […]

Crossroads for Portsmouth as opportunity arises from Redknapp departure
Crossroads for Portsmouth as opportunity arises from Redknapp departure

  When Harry Redknapp walked out on Portsmouth for the second time at the end of October, the general consensus was that the immediate future looked bleak at Fratton Park. Redknapp, with the help of Milan Mandaric and whichever Gaydamak is actually pulling the strings, dragged Portsmouth kicking and screaming […]

Why Wigan will avoid relegation under Steve Bruce
Why Wigan will avoid relegation under Steve Bruce

For a town more accustomed to the wing exploits of Martin Offiah, Wigan’s been treated to some great football in the last few years. Since promotion to the top flight in 2005 Wigan Athletic have battled through tough matches, pie jokes and countless accusations of clogging to establish themselves as […]