Pavan Mano considers why David Moyes has found himself firmly in the harsh glare of the spotlight this past month.
Pavan Mano charts the fictional narrative of Dar as-sina’ah – a company that had it all, and then went on to lose it all; or, a metaphorical account of one football club’s tumble from the top.
Why the obsession with finding something wrong in someone who seems so right, asks Pavan Mano.
Pavan Mano’s personal tribute to, and memories of, Sir Alex following his decision to call it quits after 26 years in charge of the world’s biggest football club.
Pavan Mano puts himself in Arsene Wenger’s shoes, and pens a song to his former Gunner, Robin van Persie.
After Luis Suarez bizarrely attempted to chew part of Branislav Ivanovic’s arm off last night, Pavan Mano reflects on the striker’s latest transgression and what it means in the context of his future and Liverpool’s.
Pavan Mano takes a lighthearted look at what Paolo di Canio must have been thinking during the Tyne-Wear derby as his side fired three goals past Newcastle.
Pavan Mano reflects on City’s victory in the Manchester derby last night and the effect it will have in seasons to come.
Pavan Mano wonders if FIFA will at long last take a firm stance against racism as it threatens to rear its ugly head once more.
Pavan Mano asks why we naively continue to expect loyalty from professional footballers despite having been let down countless times before.