April 5, 2013 in Premier League
The short answer to this question is No.
The long answer is Noooooooo.
And here’s why… Read the rest of this entry →
December 18, 2012 in Awards
We are on day two of the Roll of Honour 2012, and this brings a brand new category – Moment of the Year. Football is all about moments, those scenes that will last long in the memory – be it moments of joy, sorrow or complete mayhem. Let’s see what the panel picked.
November 28, 2012 in Premier League
Well, I had thought before the match that Sky Sports might just have regretted not choosing the Sunderland vs Queens Park Rangers for their Tuesday night game. How wrong I could be, and that was with the other game being, by all accounts, a dire 1-0 home win for Aston Villa against Reading. At least for there to have been a goal in that game, there must have been a clear cut chance. In this game there were none.
November 13, 2012 in Features
On Remembrance Sunday, a photo popped up on my Facebook feed of Sir John Madejski laying a wreath at the Madejski Stadium before Reading’s 0-0 draw with Norwich City on Saturday. This photograph really struck a chord with me; there has been so much hate and negativity in football at the moment that it was refreshing to see this sign of respect from such a great man. I decided to share this sentiment with my fellow writers and actually discovered some of them did not share my views and went so far as to say politics doesn’t have a place in football.
November 12, 2012 in Premier League
Another dramatic week in the Premier League draws to a close and it is certainly one to remember on Remembrance weekend for Manchester United, whose epic comeback, courtesy of super-sub Javier Hernandez, could provide to be vital later on in their quest to claw the Premier League trophy back to Old Trafford.