Our resident betting tipster Nick Higgins takes us through some of his top tips this weekend, including our Tip Off competition between Everton and Liverpool.
Archive for October, 2010
NO. 12 – In Episode twelve of Hold The Back Page, Ciarán and Neil talk about Ireland’s disappointing round of Euro 2012 qualifiers as well as some home views on the nail biting finish to the Airtricity League. QPR’s head of Youth Development Steve Gallen is on the phone to talk about Ireland’s talented young forward Hogan Ephraim amongst others. Miguel Delaney of the Sunday Tribune is on the phone to talk about Sunday’s Merseyside Derby – while Chris McWilliams calls in to the studio to take us through this week’s Tip Off! Competition.
It’s been a difficult few days for the Republic of Ireland with just one point to show from two games, and Neil Sherwin looks at some of Giovanni Trapattoni’s puzzling squad selections.
There was late drama in the League of Ireland clash between Sporting Fingal and Shamrock Rovers, allowing Bohemians to claim top spot with just two games of the season remaining.
Round 9 of the A-League season saw Melbourne’s two clubs meet for the first time, while Adelaide United and Brisbane Roar continued their great starts to the campaign.
David Beckham’s Los Angeles Galaxy extended their record as the best team in the MLS, San Jose Earthquakes guaranteed their qualification for the play offs against DC United and Eastern Conference leaders New York drop points, as Michael Orr reports.
In the second of our Cult Heroes series, Robbie Deighan sings the praise of Bill Shankly, the man who turned Liverpool from Second Division strugglers into a ‘Bastion of Invincibility’.
In a new series on Back Page Football, Tim Hill outlines two of his tactical observations from the previous weekend of football. This week, he glances over Chelsea v Arsenal, Manchester Utd v Sunderland and Mainz v Hoffenheim.
Bohemians’ 1-0 midweek win over Shamrock Rovers has blown the League of Ireland title race wide open with just three games to go in the season.
Irealnd head into tomorrow night’s massive European Championship qualifier with Russia looking for a win but, as Ed Diggins explains, the Boys in Green will need to overcome a poor record against quality opposition to claim all three points.