The greatest manager in the history of the game – just check his record if you don’t believe him – tells about its greatest players.
Yearly Archive: 2013
Because there has been no slide in quality within the England youth set-up in recent years. Dear me no.
Perhaps the biggest surprise about non-league football isn’t the number of clubs in financial bother, but the number of clubs that aren’t.
Something is a-stirring at one of London’s oldest football clubs, as Mike Bayly finds out.
The Football League enjoyed an extraordinary season last time around, but such a trick is going to prove to be difficult to repeat.
All is calm, all is quiet, but the Premier League heads into the new season with its normally unshakeable confidence, well, shaken.
There are obvious ways that the Premier League could cut down on the success of illegal streaming sites, and pursuing a game of “whack-a-mole” with websites seems unlikely to be a successful one.
Even Mark Murphy, a serial stalker of low-to-middle-ranking international football tournaments on British Eurosport, was caught unawares by this year’s Under-20s World Cup.
It’s true to say that supporters didn’t do enough when the youngest and the lowest earners amongst us were priced out of the game, but the mistakes of the past cannot be undone and it doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be making our voices heard now.
Joe Kinnear is a throwback in many senses of the phrase, and Newcastle United supporters are right to be furious with his reappointment.
After several years of success the likes of which the club hadn’t seen for three decades or so, it has been a difficult couple of months for all involved with Brighton & Hove Albion.