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 […]
Of course we would ALL like to watch a Ajaxbarcabrazillianesque style of football week in week out but in truth it is the end result that matters the most. Forums, Twitter and phone-ins are awash with angry folk when their team suffers a defeat not with what the style of the 1-0 victory was like. […]
Well we are coming up to a week of the hyperbole that is the madness of January, not the SCS or Next sale but SkySports Transfer Window © with yellow being the “in” colour. Now as you may or may not know “I Love Football” and I am getting sick to death of this moronic coverage of […]
Ah Christmas, my favourite time of the year, dark nights, heating on, lights twinkling in the window, carols from Kings College, tons of chocolate, sacks full of nuts (Oooer Missus!) and of course the presents! Every Christmas present pile since I can remember has contained at least a couple of books. The first thing I […]
The Football Remembers Christmas Truce 1914 memorial has been unveiled in the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. Designed by competition winner, ten-year-old Spencer Turner from Farne Primary in Newcastle, the memorial was unveiled by HRH The Duke of Cambridge. Until now, there has been no memorial on the 150-acre site dedicated to the Christmas Truce […]
Cairo Santos a promising “soccer” player, aged 15 he left his home in San Paulo as a foreign exchange student to stay at St. Joseph’s Academy in St Augustine in Florida for one year to learn English whilst continuing playing the eleven side game. One day he strolled onto the grid iron field with his mates and said […]