Martin Ling column: Believe me, I’d be a better boss after depression battle

IT’S two-and-a-half years since I went down with depression. A little less since I came out of the Priory. And, touch wood, I’ve been well ever since. But …

Fawaz and reds are on the ropes, writes Chris Dunlavy

BILLY Conn is a name that reverberates through boxing folklore. Not for what he achieved, but for what he wasted. A tough kid from an Irish working-class …

Profile: Sheffield Wednesday’s manager Carlos Carvalhal

(Photo by Action Images / Ed Sykes) by Chris Dunlavy CARLOS Carvalhal was once asked by a Portuguese website who was better – Carvalhal the player or …

Charlie Austin Can Make The Difference For QPR

I’VE won a play-off both ways. Once where I just missed out on automatic, like Derby. And once where I crept in at the death, like

Barnsley’s Fate Displays The Fatal Flaws

BARNSLEY may have lost their battle to stay in the Championship. But it is the whole Football League that is losing the

Mark Warburton’s Magic Touch Does The Trick For Brentford

WHEN Uwe Rosler left Brentford to join Wigan in December, I’m sure plenty of people shrugged their shoulders and thought ‘That’s them

Sean Dyche Should Stick To His Winning Formula At Burnley

HALF an hour after Burnley lost to Southampton in the FA Cup in January, Sean Dyche strode into the St Mary’s media centre, sat in a plush leather chair and …

Wolves Prove Fans Should Be Ignored

FANS eh – where would foot- ball be without them? Well, a damn sight better off in some cases. That’s flippant, of course. Without the punters, the game …

Let’s Hope Sam Vokes Gets His Premier League Chance

WHEN I interviewed Sam Vokes exactly two years ago, the striker was a million miles from the fearsome goal-machine he is

Neil Warnock: Why I Turned Down Nottingham Forest

WELL what a week that was. One minute I’m at home, a semi-retired football manager. The next I’m nearly in charge of Nottingham