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 →

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 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 →

What are the f-ck are Tottenham playing at?

Danny Rose had a point. When Tottenham started last season with no new signings, he called for Spurs to improve the type of players they were signing and look to bring in players who you didn’t have to Google. Well… Continue Reading →

Zidane leaves as a master of how to manage the dressing room

Three European Cups in a row in your first managerial position. Not bad, huh? There were rumblings that Zinedine Zidane was on the brink of the sack earlier in the season with Madrid finishing behind Tottenham Hotspur in their Champions… Continue Reading →

Alexis Sanchez could have won Man United the League

One of the biggest January transfers in Premier League history has finally concluded with Alexis Sanchez moving from Arsenal to Manchester City United. Sanchez stalled on a new contract at the Emirates for months as he weighed up his options with a move… Continue Reading →

This is a tough but dream draw for Tottenham

Whilst Spurs face one of the toughest draws coming up against Real Madrid, Dortmund and APOEL in Group H, this must be the draw some fans have been waiting for. Pochettino’s first European match in charge of Tottenham came away… Continue Reading →

Does he play outside of the Premier League? Never heard of him mate

Ray Wilkins was on Sky Sports this week speaking about Manchester United’s new signing, Benfica defender Victor Lindelöf. Instead of talking up an exciting new prospect, signed by his former club, he chose to highlight how English players like Michael Keane… Continue Reading →

It’s hard to think of a worse managerial reign than Zola at Birmingham

After his Birmingham City side fell to their 13th defeat in 24 games, Gianfranco Zola had no option. With his side 20th in the table, he resigned following a home defeat to Burton Albion. Harry Redknapp will now take charge… Continue Reading →

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