It is finally back! After seemingly decades of watching friendly after friendly, the Premier League returns to our screens this weekend. The first taste of competitive top flight football we have had for months kicks off with a cracking weekend of action. Here I preview all the games, with my predictions and short analysis added… Read More Premier League week one preview
England are 2-1 up in the Ashes series and people are just about starting to get their hopes up. Not only at England winning another Ashes series after some previous horrendous performances, but the fact that England might win anything in any sport, and any time at all. Many who turned on Sky Sports Ashes… Read More Can England win the Ashes?
As the new football season inches closer and closer, it is about time that people started getting their predictions in for the Premier League – and I am no different. From the champions to the beaten, I am going to round up what I think will happen this season. Champions We start at the top,… Read More Premier League predictions
St Andrews is due to host it’s 29th Open Championship starting tomorrow, and we are looking at a tournament that could be one of the closest run things yet. 156 players will start the event on Thursday, but only one can go to sleep on Sunday night as the champion. The Course The Old Course… Read More Looking forward to The Open Championship
My first attempt at writing about Football Manager will be about my exploits with the might Newcastle United FC. For this save, I will be trying to get European football in the first season, and to obtain Champions League status within five seasons. To do this, I need to buy young and nurture. As well… Read More FM15: Newcastle United – Chapter One
The greatest tennis tournament is just around the corner and starts on Monday. As always, the pre-tournament media hype is all on Britain’s only hope, Andy Murray. But, don’t get your hopes up, he won’t win it. Murray is currently ranked third in the world and won easily in the traditional warm-up event at Queens… Read More Sunday Column: Don’t get your hopes up, Andy Murray won’t win Wimbledon
Liverpool have confirmed that they have signed 23-year old Roberto Firmino from Hoffenheim for a fee of £29m. But, with his style of play similar to that of Raheem Sterling, where does that leave the English forward? Sterling has long been wanting a transfer away from Anfield, and Manchester City have put in two bids… Read More Firmino in, Sterling out?