Where are the in ‘Wenger we trust’ idiots now?

April 21, 2016

I wrote this blog back in 2013, its amazing how nothing has changed since. Ok, so we did eventually sign a few so called world class players and won two FA Cups. But the same issues are still here for everyone except Wenger to see. You could put Messi, Kompany & Pogba in that side […] […]

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Why Arsenal need Karl Pilkington on the board

April 20, 2016

As a very frustrated Arsenal fan, I no longer get excited about my team. Every year it’s the same, end the season in disappointment, big stars wanting to leave, the annual scrap for 4th, celebrated like a Premier League title, the board and the manager boast about how much money the club have and who […] […]

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Get behind Non-League Finals Day

April 6, 2016

I would like to call upon all football followers to support Non-League Finals Day at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, May 22 2016 writes Tony Incenzo I passionately believe that this is a major step forward in how the FA Trophy and FA Vase Finals are marketed. It should be possible to bring the whole Non-League […] […]

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Sherwood: The Poster Boy for British Managers

November 18, 2015

When Tim Sherwood swaggered into Villa Park in February 2015, it’s fair to say he divided opinion amongst fans. Many were won over by his overtly positive approach and welcomed him as a breath of fresh air in stark and welcome contrast to the stale regimes presided over by Paul Lambert and Alex McLeish in […] […]

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Do we need FIFA to have a world cup?

October 20, 2015

‘World League’ Set to Pit Continent against Continent in Thrilling New Soccer Competition The most beloved sport in the world is about to get even bigger, with a dazzling new concept which is about to become the planet’s most exciting sporting competition. Introducing the World League – also known as ‘The Battle of the Continents’ [ […]

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Sports – A time and motion study

October 8, 2015

Sports – A time and motion study Watching sport takes up a lot of our lives. But have you ever wondered how much ‘sport’ you actually watch compared to the number of adverts and breaks? Or considered what the players you are watching manage to fit into those minutes of actual in-play time. We did, […] […]

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The future of watching football is here!

September 29, 2015

Matchday vr live poised to provide unheard-of level of detail to football fans as new web service/app Unique, advanced system gearing up for Kickstarter campaign utilizes analytics and data to display jaw-dropping images of on-the-ball action. Bristol, United Kingdom – September 29, 2015 – MatchDay VR Live (MatchDay-Live.co.uk), backed by a […]

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The truth behind Manchester Uniteds transfer balls up

September 2, 2015

Leading sports lawyer responds to De Gea’s transfer saga James King, Sports Lawyer and member of Mishcon de Reya Sports Group, says: It seems that the transfer details were not registered on FIFA’s online transfer management system (TMS) in time for the authorities at La Liga. As well as registering in time, in order for […] […]

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Why do English players rarely reach their potential?

September 2, 2015

For what it’s worth, here is my brief take on what has annoyed and frustrated me in the world of football since the end of last season. As an Everton fan, the John Stones saga (although it seems to have ended, at the time of writing – albeit before the transfer deadline has arrived) is […] […]

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Arsenal linked with Patrick Blah Blah

September 1, 2015

Arsenal’s summer took an unexpected twist yesterday when French starlet Patrick Blah Blah sensationally confessed his love for the Gunners and in particular Arsène Wenger. Arsenal reportedly have a transfer kitty of over 900m and are looking to make key signings before the window closes.  Having already been linked with everyone in Europe &a […]

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The day that Arsene Wenger should have resigned

August 26, 2015

23rd February 2008,  Birmingham City 2 Arsenal 2, the day Arsenal blew yet another title challenge, defensive mistakes, missed chances, not enough leaders in the side to grind out a result. Sounds familiar doesn’t it? It’s groundhog day, after groundhog day. That match report reads like most over the last 7 years. Simply replace the […]

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Will Arsenal ever be title contenders under Wenger?

August 25, 2015

It is true to say, that Arsenal have the biggest collection of Victor Meldrew fans in the country, we moan, we moan, and by Jove we moan. The thing is, we know how very, very close we are to greatness. It’s obvious that if you miss out on winning the biggest prize in football, you […] […]

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