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Tag Archives: Sheffield United

A Lively Start To Championship Life For Leeds United – But A Hard Month Ahead

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Before I start I would like to give my condolences to the family of Eric Altshule, as the EPL talk writer sadly passed away recently. I often read Eric’s work and even if you didn’t agree with his side of … Continue reading

Welsh Dragons Bellamy and Speed Look To Shake Up The Championship

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s a good week for Welsh football, as not only has one of the greatest ever Welsh players produced become manager of Sheffield United, but a Welsh striker of top Premier League quality has joined the Bluebirds. Gary Speed is … Continue reading

And Back To Domestic Football – Championship News

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It’s almost as if international football is all that exists when the World Cup is on, La Liga, The Premiership, Serie A and The Bundesliga don’t even get commonly mentioned too much due to the importance and focus on the … Continue reading

Oh, Did We Forget About You Sheffield?

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Well I got a bit of a surprise today. Yesterday, looking on sky bet at fixtures, I saw the steel city derby, Sheffield Wednesday V Sheffield United, was a Sunday early kick-off. I know this commonly happens for big derbies … Continue reading

Football Footage From 1901-1905 Including First Film Of Man United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s incredible to think that this following collection of vintage videos, which were shot over 100 years ago at football grounds across England, would be added to YouTube and we’d be viewing on a computer via this thing called the … Continue reading

Are The Cracks Showing For Blackwell Once More?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

It is probably against all the rules of a blog to direct the reader away in the first paragraph, but I think it’s worth it. Before you read this little ramble, have a listen to the BBC interview with Kevin … Continue reading

Legends Of English Football: #9 Fatty Foulkes

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In the annals of English Football, goalkeepers have always held a certain mystique throughout its history. When you think of great English goalkeepers, the names of Gordon Banks, Peter Shilton and Ray Clemence come to mind. Generally, the modern opinion … Continue reading

The Premiership Will Hold No Fear For Burnley Fans

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So less than 24 hours after Promotion to the Premiership and the usual round of tired cliches and articles about “brave little Burnley” are beginning to pop up on-line and in the press. Do they never learn, Do they know … Continue reading

Sunderland’s Defeat Sets Up Sensational Sunday Showdown

Posted on by Paul Bestall

All they needed was a win to make sure they were free of being dragged in to the final day relegation battle against a side guaranteed Premiership Football for next season but Portsmouth proved a bridge too far for Sunderland. … Continue reading

The Run-In For Automatic Promotion

Posted on by Chris Walker

Well it’s here yet again, that time of the season where supporters of clubs at both ends of the table are suffering ‘twitchy-backside’ syndrome (a genuine medical term). Naturally a popular subject of conversation now is ‘who is going up’. … Continue reading

Crazy Keepers: Is Paddy Kenny The Last Of A Dying Breed?

Posted on by Dan Trelfer

Back in the day, commentators, football writers and outfield players all used to laugh at goalkeepers. They were sometimes described as ‘a breed apart’ but mostly they were bluntly referred to as ‘mad’. Keepers were allowed to have rushes of … Continue reading

Tevez Saga Is Finally Over

Posted on by Christopher Walker

Finally nearly two years later, this matter has come to a close. As a Sheffield United fan i found the behaviour of my own club at times to be embarrassing.  The blame though has to be laid at the Premier Leagues … Continue reading

Arsenal Finances Paint Positive Picture While FIFA Wins Round One of the Six Plus Five Battle

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

So Arsenal’s half-year finances are out and in all fairness, for being in a recession, they did pretty damn good. When you generate more match day revenue (an increase of 3.3 million to 44.4 million pounds), more television revenue (an … Continue reading

Possible Upsets In the FA Cup?

Posted on by Shakira Graham

The 5th round of the FA Cup gets underway this Saturday and Sunday and the question is will there be any upsets or will it be business as usual? Watford v Chelsea – Vicarage Road Just last week I would … Continue reading

Wigan Begin To Rebuild But Can Mido Help Or Hinder?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When the season began, few people would have given Wigan Athletic a snowball’s chance in hell of finishing in the top ten, never mind pushing on the brink of European Football as January almost comes to a close. After a … Continue reading

West Ham Should Fear The Worst

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Who would have guessed that the slowly turning wheels of the Premier League and FA’s disciplinary panels would finally get round to re-opening their botched enquiry into the Carlos Tevez affair. I mean it’s only been 4 months since Lord … Continue reading

Sheffield United Players Should Sue West Ham United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After a Football Association appointed arbitration hearing ruled in the favor of Sheffield United earlier this week, lawyers in England must have smelled blood because now up to 12 Sheffield United players who were relegated at the end of the … Continue reading

Closer Look At Arsenal's Youngsters That Thrashed Sheff Utd

Posted on by Christopher Harris

What does it say about Arsenal when their reserve team last night beat Sheffield United 6-0 in the Carling Cup? Maybe the tournament should be renamed the Arsenal Youngsters Cup? Here are some of the impressive young starlets who played … Continue reading