• Lallana Rolled The Allar-dice

    Sam Allardyce’s first game for England wouldn’t have been the most relaxing waiting until the 95th minute for Adam Lallana to score his first goal in 27 England games and giving...

  • Rooney Keeps The Armband

    Despite much controversy and talk that Wayne Rooney could be dropped from the England team or that John Terry could make his return, Rooney has been named as Sam Allardyce’s captain ahead...

  • Seb’s Premier League Team of The Week

    Week one of the 2016/2017 English Premier League gave what we could have or couldn’t have expected. High score-lines, debut goals and a reasonable amount of draws. Goalkeeper: Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea City)...

  • Ligue 1 Has Begun

    The French top flight is back for the 2016-2017 season introducing newly promoted Nancy, Dijon and Metz. There have also been changes at the top with newly appointed PSG, Unai Emery,...

  • European Football’s Value For Money

    In the recent transfer window the valuation of Pogba, the transfer of Higuain or even a team like Crystal Palace placing a £30m bid on one player makes us all consider...

  • Is Moyes The Right Man For Sunderland?

    Not long after taking the reigns of Allardyce at Sunderland, Moyes and just about everyone else realise that he has a big job on his hands to save Sunderland as it...

  • Who Could Win The Premier League?

    Just 17 days to go until the English Premier League is back and it most likely won’t stir up as much of a shock as last year when Leicester defied the...

  • Higuain Completes Juventus Move

    Gonzalo Higuain becomes the third most expensive player after Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale in a deal worth £75.3m after triggering the release clause in his contract making the move to...

  • Tuesday’s Champions League Matches

    BATE (Belarus) vs Dundalk (Ireland) A rematch of last year’s second round qualifier sees the Belarusian champions take on the the Irish champions. The Irish unfortunately missed out last year due...

  • Chris Froome Makes History

    Winning the 2016 edition and his third Tour de France, Chris Froome puts himself in the history books as the first British rider to win three times after his previous victories...

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