It felt like Leicester took a key step toward securing the Premier League title at the start of the week when they bounced back from the draw with West Ham to dispatch Swansea 4-0 with an assured display, even in the absence of Jamie Vardy. With Tottenham then dropping two points the following day, it […]
Tranmere Rovers had managed to get themselves relegated out of the Football League for the first time in their history at the end of the 2014/15 season and as a result have spent this season trying to get out of the Vanarama National League. Our Kid and I have a friend from school who is […]
It was always my intention that this Blog would take a broad view of football fandom and encourage different perspectives. With this is mind, this post outlines the experience of that amazing game at Anfield last Thursday from the points of view of two Liverpool supporters; one of whom is exiled in the South of […]
Once Arsenal have completed their traditional annual departure from the Champions League at the Round of 16 Stage, I find I can really enjoy the tournament as it gets serious from the Quarter Final Stage onwards. I have to say I really wasn’t expecting City to get past PSG, however credit where it is due […]
Today marks the 27th anniversary of the day that 96 people went to a football match and never came home. It is a day that I will never forget. My thoughts are with the family and friends of the 96.
The early part of Arsène Wenger’s reign at Arsenal sparked a transformation of the club that was probably completely unexpected to all of us that followed the team in those days. For those of us brought up on the George Graham ‘1-0 to the Arsenal’ days, it was astounding. He removed the drinking culture that […]
Even though I was never fortunate enough to see him play live, Johan Cruyff has become one of my idols. Due to an unfortunate sense of timing, our family left Rotterdam to go and live in New Jersey at almost the precise moment that Cruyff fell out with Ajax and sought revenge by signing for […]