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Heskey finally finds his feet under Houllier

September 27, 2010


"Heskey's contribution is misunderstood and heavily underappreciated by fans."

Panic on the streets of London

September 26, 2010


By Tim Harris ARSENAL, Tottenham, and Chelsea completed a trio of big London clubs who fell foul in their Premier League clashes over the weekend. A freak set of results left a black cloud hanging over London, as two of its giants were slain on home soil, and their biggest titan returned from the City of Manchester […]

Calamity Green: as West Ham struggle, Laura Burnip considers the fate of their number one

September 12, 2010


"The dark past of England goalkeeping is full of goalies who never reached their full potential."

The Bale tale – proof of a magic youth academy?

September 9, 2010


By Tim Harris THE OUTSTANDING form shown by Gareth Bale in recent months provides strong evidence that Southampton’s youth system is enchanted. Tottenham and Wales fans alike have discovered a brand new hero in the form of Cardiff born winger Gareth Bale. Bale exhibited some impressive displays on the back end of last season, and finished with […]

Summer transfers – The good, the bad, and the ugly

September 1, 2010


Tim Harris explores the bargain buys and the silly signings of the transfer window. INEVITABLY, every year the transfer window will throw up some shock surprises, impressive coups, and of course, some fully questionable acquisitions. So with the window now firmly shut, and using the wonderful gift of hindsight, we can all sit back and […]

Woeful Wigan – is Martinez too young?

August 28, 2010


By Tim Harris EMBARRASSING defeats for Wigan Athletic in their opening fixtures has provoked the searching question: is Roberto Martinez too undeveloped to manage at the top level? At 37, Martinez is the youngest manager in the Premier League, and following Wigan’s shambolic early displays, questions will be asked about Martinez’s slender managerial experience. The Latics […]

The Sky Sports News blues

August 23, 2010


By Tim Harris SPORTS fans nationwide will mourn the loss of Sky Sports News; following its removal from the freeview television service. After eight years of popular sporting coverage for freeview watchers, Sky Sports News will now only be available by a paying subscription; a sobering reality for thousands on thousands of avid followers. Since its […]