There are myths around the fact that footballers think about loyalty, supporters etc when considering transfers. Actually, what they think about is bettering themselves financially and giving themselves the best opportunity for success … JUST LIKE THE THE REST OF US
Another example of inconsistency and utterly risible judgement by the Premier League as Blackpool are fined £ 25,000 for fielding a weakened side – I am quite convinced, but is their any defence for them?
In the wake of the the sacking of Andy Gray and resignation of Richard Keys over sexist comments, I question whether the individual sports are doing enough to progress the women’s game, and equally officials.
During a spring clean, I came across the folder containing all of my Liverpool fan club material from when I was a teenager. Here are some pictures to make all LFC fans nostalgic
What a difference a fortnight makes. Whilst they still have some way to go, the return of Kenny Dalglish has Liverpool supporters purring, especially after a rare away win yesterday.
In the build up to the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, I look back at some of the tournaments of the past, starting with spectacular inaugural showcase in England, in 1975
After the trash talk and the insults, the battle on the field between the Patriots and Jets lived up to its billing. I look at the past weekend and look forward to two intriguing Conference Championships as the Jets visit the Steelers, and the Packers visit Soldier Field to take on the Bears in the last step to Super Bowl XLV
A first hand account of the highs and lows of being an Englishman living in Sydney, as Steve Russell speaks about the 2 very contrasting Ashes experiences he has had at the SCG
If ever proof was needed of the ongoing crisis that has enveloped Anfield, it came in the shape of tonight’s visit to the holiday town of Blackpool. It was hardly a night at the seaside for the travelling support as Liverpool succumbed to a 2-1 defeat, the Tangerines doing the double over the Anfield club. [...]