On what would have been his 70th birthday, we remember the Celtic legend Jimmy Johnstone.
Liverpool and Everton face off in the Merseyside Derby tomorrow and both need to improve their league showings dramatically.
Neil Sherwin is joined by Ger McCarthy and Paul Little to discuss the Premier League, the Capitol One Cup, and the news that Euro 2020 is heading to Ireland.
A look at some of the transfers that got the juices flowing this year.
Some good business in the transfer market means Manchester United could represent some value for the Premier League title this season.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little welcome the return of the Champions League and discuss the major talking points from the first gameweek.
Liverpool’s performance at Anfield was a less than convincing affair as ‘The Reds’ could only scrape a win against Bulgarian minnows Ludogorets with an injury time penalty. However one major positive will be Mario Balotelli opening his account since his £16m move from Milan.
Scotland’s football sparks controversy among calls for independence.
Liverpool’s performance this evening against Aston Villa would have been reason enough for most home fans to give up early and ‘beat the traffic’. But one punter left earlier than others after being confronted with this view from his seat that he paid over £50 for. The punter in question quite rightfully buggered off to […]
A bad start to the afternoon for the Chelsea captain resulted in much jubilation for non-blues supporting fans as the defender inexplicably diverted the Swansea cross into his own net. Bonus Fact: 2 of Chelsea’s last 9 conceded goals have come via a John Terry own goal.