So it’s the final roll of the dice time for Premier League chairmen who see their sides perched perilously close to the relegation zone, lurking close to a slip through the trap door, away from the jewels and riches that come from being in the league of the English football elite. However it’s probably not … Continue reading The Managerial Gamble
One key question that has come out of the Lizzie Armitstead debacle is that of the role of UK Anti-Doping - UKAD. In the shadows of the RUSADA scandal that has sent shockwaves across the world of sport, doping has never been more in the spotlight. It is key to note that Armitstead had not … Continue reading Are UKAD too secretive?
So when is it acceptable to leave an injured player stricken on the ground? Does his leg need to be at right angles, or maybe even lying a yard away from the rest of him before Jose allows his medical staff on to provide treatment. I jest, but there is a serious message here, at … Continue reading Dr Mourinho
Alisher Usmanov became the latest critic of Arsene Wenger's control of Arsenal, after criticising the way that the Frenchman refuses to splash the cash and strengthen the obvious problem areas in his squad. The Billionaire joins the long list of people criticising Wenger, and his stubbornness, and reluctance to change. But don't worry, I am … Continue reading Please help Jack
Chelsea’s mightily impressive win showcased why Mourinho is arguably the most tactically astute manager of his generation, but it also went some way to proving why the FA must swallow some pride and try to convince John Terry to reverse his decision to retire from International football. This Manchester City frontline has wreaked havoc with defences … Continue reading Why England need John Terry