It’s that awkward summer slot where we cover an eclectic range of topics that we didn’t have time to mention during the football season, although we have been spoiled with an excellent summer of sport, the England football team excluded obviously. We invite Liverpool fan Joe Curran to talk about the Klopp revolution and what […]
As Euro 2016 begins, my mind is taken back to the summer of 2000. This summer was to be my first, and only, experience of a major football tournament as I, along with a mate, decided to apply for tickets in the ballot for Euro 2000 in Holland and Belgium and see where it got […]
Wednesday May 4 1949. A date unfamiliar to many football fans outside of Italy. A day that changed the course of Italian football forever and had a monumental effect on one team in particular.
Castel di Sangro is a tiny town situated in the Abruzzo region of Italy, and has a population of around 6,000 people. In the mid 1990’s, the townsfolk and supporters of A.S.D Castel di Sangro Calcio experienced a journey which saw them come within touching distance of what was – during that period – the […]
Seventy years ago today, n the 9th of March, 1946, 33 people died in an overcrowded Burnden Park. Here, Tony Topping looks at the tragedy and its effects on football On the morning of Saturday the 9th of March 1946, Bill Hughes left his home at 28, Byrom St, Poolstock to attend a football match. […]
I’ve done it, the one thing I have avoided to do for so long. No it’s not cooking or hoovering, I’ve looked at the Division 3 table (League One) and now the torment has started. When Wigan Athletic were plodding around in the backwaters of mid table I was carefree and running through the slag […]
There’s been a storm brewing for some time over WN5 and it’s not the sort which regularly floods that roundabout by Asda. It is a tale of somebody trying to do the right thing and solve a difficult problem, only for them to receive hate filled bile and contempt back in their direction from ungracious […]
So sang Gabrielle in the 1990’s, and they could come true for Leicester City this season in the ‘EPL’ as they sit pretty at the top of the table. It would be the biggest shock since Blackburn 20 years ago but you have to go back even further to witness this feat in Italy.
Okay the first 2 parts of the Title are factually correct, the 3rd & probably the most important is an assumption using basic Math. Both Rotherham & Brighton are on 34 points having played 32 games. So if I remember what Mrs Satisfield taught me at Holy Family School, New Springs, using basic statistics, they […]