Manchester City picked up their third win in a row over Chelsea on Saturday, and Callum Tyler looks at where Roberto Mancini’s side need to go from here.
Archive for September, 2010
As more and more football blogs continue to crop up and become mainstream media outlets for fans the world over, Back Page Football takes you into the minds of some of the people who have crossed the divide into the 2010 football blogosphere. Today, we begin with Jeff Livingstone who concoted his uniquely titled blog In Bed With Maradona.
The first of a new series on Back Page Football looking back on the week’s action from around Europe, eyeing a couple of select leagues, the heroes and villains, some of the best goals, most entertaining games and other similar nonsense.
The lads have hauled themselves out of bed for less than ten grand to get stuck into another edition of Hold the BackPage, this week featuring Pacos De Ferreira star Padraig Amond and a fantastic competition courtesy of Paddy Power.
It was a night of shocks in the League Cup and Neil Sherwin looks at the games that saw the big guns get the boot.
Eliot Prince makes his BackPageFootball debut with a look at the often mused over topic of certain players’ ages.
In the wake of Sunday’s defeat to Manchester United, Ashley Escobar ponders Liverpool’s start to the season.
BackPageFootball looks at another up and coming young gun who is currently setting the Bundesliga alight.
Another week, another sack-load of action. So much in fact that your usual ration of five talking points is increased by 20%. I spoil you guys.
The Newcastle Jets have struggled both on and off the field this season, but a former Premier League star finally gave the club cause for celebration.