Posts made in 2010

The Premier League & Sky TV vs Karen Murphy

By on Oct 4, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 8 comments

Never mind yesterday’s match between Chelsea and Arsenal or any other match that any English club will play in this season. Quite possibly the most important match that English football – or at least one part of it – will be played out at the European Court of Justice  in Luxembourg this week as the Premier League and Sky Television go head to head...

Read More

Which Way Now For Liverpool?

By on Oct 3, 2010 in English League Football, Finance, Latest | 14 comments

It has now gone far enough to stop even being amusing to the neutral. Supporters of Manchester United and Everton may seek to disagree, but there was something sombre about Liverpool’s home defeat at the hands of Blackpool this afternoon. We are some way from reading the last rites of the club, but there is something in the air at Anfield. That familiar stench...

Read More

Light At The End Of The Tunnel At Bournemouth

By on Oct 2, 2010 in English League Football, Latest | 1 comment

Even I’m getting bored with my cynicism these days, so I can only apologise to you. The moment I saw the ice being applied to Wayne Rooney’s “injured” ankle at Bolton last weekend, I was applying those inverted commas in my head. I was not a jot surprised when Man Yoo’s BBC spokesperson Michael Phelan said that Giggs was the main doubt for the Valencia. Even when...

Read More

The Twohundredpercent FIFA 11 Review

By on Oct 1, 2010 in Latest, Opinion | 3 comments

Football games on consoles. FIFA vs Pro Evolution Soccer. There was a time when it was all so much easier than it is now. EA Sports had spent all of the money for FIFA on the licences and seemed to have very little left over for the game itself. Konami, on the other hand, knew that with Pro Evolution Soccer, if you wanted something that felt like the real thing, you...

Read More