Eamonn Power discusses the news that rocked more than just the Irish football community.
Eamonn Power takes a look at how today’s supporters have gotten to where they are and whether the way in which the beautiful game is now covered and followed is for better or for worse.
New owners. New manager. New start? Its make or bust at Anfield and Eamonn Power looks at Liverpool Football Club’s latest managerial appointment as they strive to save themselves from their current crisis and the looming threat of mediocrity.
With the country seemingly going down the pan, and one politician worse than the other maybe there are other answers out there.
Eamonn Power looks to the footballing world for inspiration as to how we could freshen up some of our top political posts and bring back the good times.
Five days, twenty games and plenty of talking points (five of which are featured here). The final whistle had hardly stopped echoing around Anfield last Sunday when it was time to kick off another round of action it seemed. How good is midweek football that’s not the Champion’s Leaague group stages by the way?
Well, it’s been a while since the first episode of Premier League XIs…. but like any Premier League prostitute worth her salt, it’s hard to keep us out of the spotlight (not nearly as many super injunctions involved either). This time around we’re having a look at the less lovable characters of the game, the players who turned their backs on the club who made them who they are and gave a big two-fingered salute to its’ fans in the process – the characters known best as “Judas”.
A look over some of some of the more interesting talking points resulting from this weekend’s Premier League action.
A particularly short and to the point look back this week readers, suppose it’s time to wheel out the old “quality not quantity” line then……
Chelsea cruise on, United and Liverpool stop their respective rots and Arsenal finally topple a big club… more inside.
Slip ups up top and actual football being played in Liverpool. Another week of surprises…. and that’s even before the mouth watering clash of Blackburn and Sunderland tomorrow….
The fixture list for next years Nations Cup, set to be held in the Aviva Stadium has been released today. The opening game of the tournament sees Giovanni Trapattoni’s side face up against Wales on the 8th of February with Northern Ireland facing Scotland just a day later. The proceeding games will then be played out over a four […]