Liverpool Pay the Cost for Benitez Being Too Keane
Liverpool Pay the Cost for Benitez Being Too Keane

On February 2nd 2009 there was a massive outcry in the media, from Liverpool fans and football fans in general at the return of one Robbie Keane to Spurs. This move was maybe not a surprise given the apparent unprofessional way that Rafa dealt with Keane. Benching him for key […]

Gazzas Good
Gazzas Good

This Sunday, Paul Gascoigne appeared on Match of the Day 2 as a pundit/guest. This was part of a triumvirate of televisual appearances. One in which perhaps we have seen a refreshing look a man we have all been seriously worried about, a man all who love football deeply care […]

The “Power Of Scotland”
The “Power Of Scotland”

Reaching the FA Cup final was a long overdue reward for Everton manager David Moyes.  As the Premierships’ third longest serving manager, Moyes has brought consistent performances for a low budget club.  It is worth considering that at Everton he has been subject to budgetary constraints that perhaps much of […]

Football’s Kitwalk
Football’s Kitwalk

It is around 3.45pm on April 13th 1996 on the South Coast at the Dell. Southampton are hosting Manchester United, the hosts are 3-0 up. The Man Utd squad clad in grey enter the changing room to an apparent furious Alex Ferguson. The fiery Scot is annoyed and in one […]

Newcastle United: When Magpies Fall Out of the Sky
Newcastle United: When Magpies Fall Out of the Sky

Leeds, Charlton, Southampton, Watford etc. The list is continuous, the list of clubs that in recent years have fallen from the Premiership and now battle relegation at the bottom of the championship. Or in the case of Leeds, Leicester, and come Saturday Charlton have dropped into League One. This is […]

United They Stand As Champions, United They Could Fall
United They Stand As Champions, United They Could Fall

In the 1996 movie Independence Day, upon finding out the best way to tackle the alien mother ships, the general orders “Get on the wire, tell them how to bring those sons of b*****s down..” In the film they had spent countless hours searching for the strategy to bring down […]

Pompey Play Up To Realism
Pompey Play Up To Realism

Saturday, February 7 2009 may well have been the most significant day in the modern history of Portsmouth FC when the Portsmouth of Tony Adams had succumbed to a 3-2 defeat at home to Liverpool despite having taken the lead twice. This was the lowest point and the final straw […]