A player that i’m sure will be talked about a lot over the summer is the current England number one Joe Hart. A few seasons ago Hart was considered one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League. He won the League twice with Manchester City and won the League’s Golden Glove Award four times.… Continue reading What’s Next for Joe Hart?
The English Premier League has been known for great strikers over the years with the likes of Shearer, Henry, Bergkamp, Drogba and Suarez all having great careers in England’s top division. The current crop isn’t bad either as four of them scored at least 20 premier league goals in the recent 2016/2017 season. While two… Continue reading Who is the Best Striker in the Premier League?
After a unanimous vote at a FIFA summit in Zurich this morning, 48 teams will battle it out for the greatest prize in world football. In 2026, nearly a quarter of all footballing nations will compete in what will be the largest and most diverse tournament in history. But for football’s world governing body, does… Continue reading Things Can Only Get Bigger: The Pros and Cons of the New Expanded World Cup
Newly appointed England manager Gareth Southgate has assured England fans that they will be “excited” in his first official press conference in charge. However, the air of youthful enthusiasm that he projected is unlikely to immediately alter the mindsets of the more churlish supporters that travel home and away to watch lacklustre performances. You… Continue reading Gareth Southgate and the England Complex
The latest rounds of the league cup took place this week, with the Third Round being played in England and the Quarter Finals in Scotland. A few more minnows have been defeated in their heroic cup runs, and now it is mainly the top teams fighting for a place in the upcoming rounds over the… Continue reading League Cup Draws Very Interesting Indeed!
Since Sam Allardyce was announced as Roy Hogsdon’s successor as England manager, many have wondered which players he would pick for his first national selection. Calls for experimentation have been sounded as more than a few have pointed to the star clad list of failed England squads from the past 10 years. Allardyce may have… Continue reading Sam Allardyce, England, and its Striker Crisis
The FA have today appointed Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce as the new England manager. The 61-year-old succeeds Roy Hodgson who quit after England’s Euro 2016 elimination at the hands of Iceland. “It is no secret that this is the role I have always wanted. For me, it is absolutely the best job in English football,”… Continue reading Sam Allardyce named England manager
If a weeks a long time in politics, it’s even longer football. With Madrid, United and the European championships at the feet of 23 year old French midfielder Paul Pogba, he was above reproach. But Footballs a fickle game, and after a no show in the defeat to Portugal in UEFAs showpiece, what was once a… Continue reading MATA BETTER THAN POGBA
Can Sam Allardyce lead England to international glory? Let’s take a look at some of his finest quotes to gauge whether or not he is the right man for the job. “There are scientists who will tell you that spirit – because it can’t be measured – doesn’t exist. Bollocks. It does exist.” If Euro… Continue reading Next England Boss? Sam Allardyce in Quotes
This article looks at 5 managers who the F.A. should focus their attention on if they want England to be rebuilt as a fully functional and effective team. Roy Hodgson gave multiple promising players their debuts, so there is a lot of potential for the next manager to use, but it is obvious that a… Continue reading 5 Contenders for the England Job