WHEN someone describes themselves as a “wee sh*te from Northern Ireland”, it’s fair to assume he isn’t a big time […]
NEWPORT COUNTY 1979-80: FOURTH DIVISION PROMOTION AND WELSH CUP DOUBLE GARY PLUMLEY says Newport County’s first line of defence was […]
ALBERT ADOMAH – The Middlesbrough winger chooses his favourite XI, made up from players he has played with or against […]
The Charlton midfielder takes us through his pet hates that he wants thrown into the infamous Room 101 SLOW-WALKING TOURISTS […]
EVANSVILLE, Indiana. If you haven’t heard of it, don’t worry. It isn’t famous for much. The last time the city […]
Everybody in the world of football has expressed a view on the ‘answer’ that Greg Dyke is seeking to find. […]
WHAT a surprise to see Blackpool going so well. With their budget and such a thin squad, nobody would have […]
The Latics may have lost James McCarthy but with £14m in the bank and Powell on the pitch, they’ve emerged from the window in far better shape than they entered it.
WITH Swindon playing Olé! football and results coming thick and fast, it’s easy to forget that the last time Mark […]
Where Are They Now: Birmingham City: 1979-80 Third Place Division Two ALAN AINSCOW says that Blues players were almost too […]
GOALKEEPER Stephen Henderson – West Ham United One of the best shot stoppers I’ve ever seen, he claims everything from […]
The Tranmere and former Rochdale goalkeeper takes us through his pet hates that he wants thrown into the infamous Room […]
YOU COULD forgive Chelsea youngster Patrick Bamford for feeling the pressure of his dream move to Stamford Bridge – but […]
After experiencing extra time this week when we lost 2-1 at Everton, I have to say that I wonder whether […]
FOR most footballers, the golf course is a place you go to knock off, loosen the shoulders and have a […]
WATCHING the crazy scenes at Yeovil on Tuesday was like an action replay for me – and not a very […]
YOU can understand why Lee Clark was enraged by Yeovil’s late equaliser on Tuesday night. Having punted the ball into […]
MOST people think it was Sam Allardyce who inspired Phil Brown to take his first steps into coaching. Yet while […]
PHIL Parkinson was never the silkiest player, nor the most gifted. He often saw the impossible pass, but that didn’t mean he could play it.
WHILE the futures of some of the biggest names in the Premier League are played out across the back pages it is refreshing to hear one former top-flight marksman admit money isn’t everything.