Arsenal are in a vicious cycle under Arsene Wenger, and the Tottenham performance/result epitomises why it is unlikely to change any time soon.
Archive for the ‘Columnists’ Category
Niall Noonan looks at the shift of poor in European football as Serie A has slid down the ladder in the last decade.
Matt Gault argues that Garry Monk faces the toughest task of his fledgeling managerial career in the wake of Wilfried Bony’s departure from Swansea City.
Matt Gault looks at why Valencia man Nicolas Otamendi is perfect for Old Trafford.
After the dust of another predicatable Ballon d’Or settles, Matt Gault argues that Paul Pogba is the finest successor to the Messi-Ronaldo duopoly.
The myth of the Crazy Gang is an entertaining one, but the truth is an even better story, albeit one with a tragic ending, writes Dave Donnelly.
The All-Ireland Rugby World Cup bid underlines how poor a legacy has been left by the Irish soccer boom, writes Dave Donnelly.
The only thing remarkable about Adu is that people thought he was remarkable at age 13, writes Phil Pyle Jr.
Thierry Henry has retired. For many admirers, his jaw-dropping deception in Paris leaves a smudge on an otherwise stellar legacy.
With four teams still in with a shout of winning the Danske Bank Premiership, Matt Gault looks an exciting title race.