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World Cup 2014: Group B preview

Without a shadow of a doubt, Group B is poised to be packed with thrilling matches considering the quality of the teams included.

With both Spain and Netherlands set to battle it out to finish first in the group. (more…)


Will Manchester United successfully rectify past mistakes?

Last season is certainly one to forget for all Manchester United fans.

The David Moyes era didn’t inspire much confidence even from the very first press-conference that the Scotsman attended. (more…)


An interesting summer ahead at Derby County

The events of Wembley at the weekend are still sore.

But I’m sure all Rams fans will agree that we can be optimistic about the coming season. (more…)


Is Ronaldo truly better than Messi?

The Ballon d’Or is meant to settle the argument as to who is the best in the world.

In recent years Lionel Messi had dominated and he was widely regarded as the best player on the planet. (more…)


World Cup 2014: Group A preview

With the much-anticipated Brazil World Cup 2014 fast approaching, it is time to predict and preview the fixtures.

The competition will begin on the 12th of June when Brazil host Croatia at the Arena de São Paulo. (more…)


La Liga signings that would make Arsenal a serious contender

So in the end you would have to say overall that we had a successful season.

Although a topsy-turvy one at that! (more…)


How to spend Arsenal’s £100 million war chest

After a brilliant FA Cup triumph, attention at Arsenal turns to next season and using the Cup win as a springboard onto better things.

With a reported £100 million in the bank and fresh recruits needed, a big Summer is predicted at The Emirates. So here’s a look at who Arsene should be blowing his £100 million war chest on.. (more…)


How has Big Sam kept his job?

Like many West Ham supporters this year, I’ve been disillusioned with the football on show at Upton Park.

The football has been underwhelming, unoriginal and generally uninteresting. (more…)


One day in May – Sky Blue glory of ’87

Even walking through Coventry towards the train station on Cup Final morning brought a tear to the eye.

It seemed every house, every car, was displaying Sky Blue. (more…)

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A Premier League season for the ages comes to a conclusion

And that is it.

Another Premier League season has passed us by, enthralling all with the unpredictably and intrigue that only the top flight of English football can provide. (more…)


Arsenal’s 2013/14 season according to Arsene Wenger

I am sure there are plenty of TV pundits and people in the media..

Who will be keen to point out the negatives for Arsenal at the end of another season, especially if we fluff our lines again and fail to win the FA Cup. (more…)


Coventry City: A season in exile

Its the end of the domestic football league season, time for stats and reviews.

A staggering statistic emerges from Coventry City that must be a World first. (more…)


Hull City: From Boothferry to Wembley

To be honest the last month of the season has been an anti-climax for Hull City.

Since beating Swansea at home at the start of April, a result that meant City had 36 points, the supporters and evidently the players, have willed the Premier League to come to an end to enable us to concentrate on the club’s first ever FA Cup final. (more…)


The future’s bright, the future’s foreign

The standard of English football has dropped severely in the last twenty years,

and this once-great footballing nation has no chance of breaking their 47-year-wait for a trophy anytime soon. (more…)


Premier League managers: Reality vs expectations

All football fans have to weigh up their expectations and their realism in regards to their football team

.. and to an even greater degree so do the owners of said football clubs. (more…)