Has the pendulum ever swung so drastically in the North East as it has the past five years? After Sunderland’s relegation in 2006, they gained promotion as champions a year later whilst neighbours Newcastle sacked Glenn Roeder, finishing 13th. One year on, United had sacked Sam Allardyce and re-appointed Kevin Keegan, yet finished above a […]
Samuel Luckhurst speaks about the recent managerial changes at the San Siro, as Claudio Ranieri takes over what may have become the poison chalice of Italian football.
Samuel Luckhurst gives his thoughts on what was another hectic transfer window.
Samuel Luckhurst previews Manchester United’s season. After a busy start to the summer transfer window, they’ll be looking to drive on a successfully defend their Premier League title.
Samuel Luckhurst speaks about the 2007 U21 European Champions Holland, a team which has failed to make any sort of impact individually since their success on home turf.
Samuel Luckhurst shares his thoughts on last night’s Barcelona and Real Madrid games which took place minus a certain Portuguese manager.
Manchester City return to Wembley on Saturday for the first time since their epic Division 2 Playoff win over Gillingham in 1999, and Samuel Luckhurst takes us on a trip down memory lane.
Samuel Luckhurst takes a look at Belgium who could be on the cusp of great things with their very own ‘Golden Generation’.
The debate around terracing at football matches has come up again this week, and Samuel Luckhurst has all the details on he push for change.
The popular One 2 Watch series returns with a look at the latest great hope for Manchester United.