Somewhere in London right now, a cabbie is shouting at TalkSport because of the injustice of it all. “Bloody Chelsea,..
Following the death of one of football’s most enduring characters last Friday, the most refreshing aspect of the weekend’s fixtures..
Apologies for the weak pun but the temptation to indulge in Bond-style headlines has been too great given recent events;..
The tedium of the international break was worth enduring given what England served up last Saturday evening. Somehow I doubt..
There is nothing worse than a rude awakening. There I was, quietly browsing the morning papers with both tabloids and..
After a relatively gloomy week by our standards, the entertaining if slightly nervy win over Blackburn was a welcome boost..
If a week is a long time in politics then the equivalent period in football could be measured in dog..
They say that every dog has its day and frankly, Sepp Blatter has had his and is long overdue a..
Having spent last week grinning like Cheshire cats after an easy win against Liverpool, the momentum gathered after eight successive..
So, the pattern of tense, tight games decided by a solitary goal, or a referee’s indecision, has been broken. I..
“When he was good he was very very good, but when he was bad he was horrid.” I’d speculate that..
Predictably, some fickle Chelsea fans have began playing into the hands of the opposition just because we had an away..
Champions League match day two. I presumed that I would wake up this morning with nerves jangling, great expectations and..
As autumn arrives and the Premier League finds its stride, a quick look at last weekend’s games suggests that despite..
Taken from this evening’s Fiver, Guardian Unlimited‘s tea-time take on the world of football. The Fiver is not in the..
The latest media-driven criticism aimed at Chelsea is that Roman Abramovich’s millions have turned a competitive league into a procession...
There are many ways of looking at this. In the interests of clarity I’ll avoid the more metaphysical and philosophical..
Planting your boots on the Premiership peak used to bring on a sense of vertigo. The gritty 2003 champions Manchester..
The Sunday Telegraph reports on a study which shows the change in ‘competitive balance’ in the Premeirship in recent years...
Jose Mourinho has warned Joe Cole, Arjen Robben and Damien Duff that they face a fight for selection in Chelsea’s..
The Independent on Sunday carries three articles worth reading for their entertainment and scaremongering value. The first two focus on..
Don’t you just love Fixture List Publication Day? It should be declared a public holiday. Really, it should. If you’re..
The Fiver, Guardian Unlimited’s tea-time take on the world of football, writes irreverently about the lack of gratitude shown by..