Why the Rooney Rule won’t work in the Premier League

Calls for the Rooney Rue to be implemented in the Premier League are growing more and more and once you see the numbers its not hard to see why. A recent report revealed that of the 482 leading coaching roles… Continue Reading →

Just when you thought UEFA couldn’t stoop any lower

“Everyone should be able to enjoy football. No matter who you are, where you’re from or how you play”. That’s the mantra of UEFA’s Equal Game campaign. They might need to look at that again. Arsenal player Henrikh Mkhitaryan has… Continue Reading →

It would send the wrong message to allow Adam Johnson back into football

After serving three years in prison, former Sunderland and England winger Adam Johnson has been released. Still only 31, Johnson may still be able to return to play football but the moral argument remains over whether he should be allowed… Continue Reading →

Premier League rights- the game is changing

The TV rights in England are set for a big change. The Premier League is looking to launch a Netflix-style service for all top flight football making every single game live and available to watch online.The move would see the… Continue Reading →

Without the fans Sunderland are nothing

Netflix’s Sunderland til I die series, following the fall and fall of the Sunderland Football Club, is with doubt the most incredible sports documentary I have seen in some time. After their relegation from the Premier League, we follow Sunderland… Continue Reading →

Five ways to improve the FA Cup

1. Guarantee David v Goliath in the 3rd Rd To spice up the early rounds, every Premier League team must play away from home in the 3rd Rd to a lower league team. Keep the PL teams apart, then we… Continue Reading →

The UEFA Nations League is exactly what England need

Ranked fifth in the world, winning their UEFA Nations Group, gaining sweet sweet revenge on Croatia and beating Spain in their own back yard. Good to see that World Cup fever hasn’t broken. Naysayers wrote of England’s exploits at the… Continue Reading →

The Home of Football should not be for sale

Phew that’s a relief. Shahid Khan has withdrawn his offer to buy Wembley Stadium. The offer was first made six months ago but at no point should the FA have given this offer even a moments thought. £600m for Wembley… Continue Reading →

The away goals rule needs to be scrapped

Following pressure from the best coaches across Europe at the annual Elite Club Coaches Forum, UEFA plans to review the away-goals rule in continental competitions. The rule, used to split teams who are level on aggregate in knockout ties in… Continue Reading →

Pogba v Mourinho : There should only be one winner

A 2-1 win over Leicester City made for a decent start for Manchester United this season but the strained relationship between manager José Mourinho and star player Paul Pogba is now a serious concern. In a interview after the game Pogba said… Continue Reading →

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