As football continues to go down the road of players diving and feigning injury, Ian Mahon welcomes the return of a group who will give them something to really cry about.
Archive for the ‘Cult Heroes’ Category
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.
Willie Gannon puts forward his personal method for rating the game’s great and not so great.
Willie Gannon looks at the interesting ‘what could’ve been’ tale of former Reading and Cardiff cult hero Robin Friday.
Jose Mourinho’s unbeaten home record ends as Sporting Gijon beat Real Madrid in La Liga.
For the best part of three decades Harry Redknapp has been seen by many as king of the transfer market, and Willie Gannon looks closer at the ‘wheeler dealer’.
It’s Monday morning and we’ve got some brain stimulation for you as Willie Gannon looks at the correlation between an award winning movie and the Premier League.
Charasmatic, fiery and unbelievably talented, Hristo Stoichkov, who turns 45 today, will most likely never be overtaken as the biggest name ever in Bulgarian football. Willy Gannon explains why.
In the latest instalment of Cult Heroes, Robbie Deighan looks at a man who enjoyed a solid if rather controversial career in both Scotland and England.
In number three of ‘Cult Heroes’, Robbie Deighan celebrates the best (and worst) times of one of the most gifted footballers to ever grace the Premier League – Eric Cantona.