At the end of a truly historic week in British football, saturday's coverage was dominated with the will they/won't they "saga" revolving around 2 men shaking hands which then span off into a tangent with the question of scrapping the handshake altogether. The media created the storm in a teacup and then debated smashing the teacup up so it will never happen…Continue
Posted on September 16, 2012 at 6:57
My granddad played for Hendon F.C before the war and, by all accounts, was a pretty handy striker. So much so that he was offered a profession contract with Aston Villa - which he promptly turned down. The main reason being that he would actually earn less than what he currently was as technician for B.T.
This kind of example shines a light on why Jimmy…Continue
Posted on September 7, 2012 at 7:02
"I am delighted that the FA has secured this new wide-ranging and comprehensive partnership with Nike"
Those the words of Alex Horne, the General Secretary of The F.A, on Monday where he was in-front of the cameras with Nike executives at the St.Georges park centre of excellence.
"I would also like to place on record our gratitude to Umbro and their…Continue
Posted on September 6, 2012 at 5:35
Many a furrowed brow has been beaten in the run up to the London games...some of which could be considered legitmate concerns - costs spiralling out of control, masses of steel & concrete left abandonned at the end of the ceremonies etc...and a lot that could be put down to chin wagging tut-tuting bo**cks such as more people on trains & a…Continue
Posted on June 25, 2012 at 8:30