In the Blog returns with another new kid on the block as we speak to Karl Matchett of Eighteen and Five, a blog discussing Liverpool amongst other things.
Archive for February, 2011
Your average local derby is a guaranteed way to ignite the passion in football fans but Guy Gorman believes it’s all a bit of fuss over nothing.
Twente slipped up against NEC after an epic midweek trip, allowing PSV to stretch their lead and Ajax to gain ground. Den Haag kept up their unbeaten run against kamikaze Feyenoord, and Willem II continued playing as they have done most of the season – badly. The Eredivisie Roundup for week 24.
As Claudio Ranieri leaves Roma this week, Rory Hanna defends the Italian and believes that all he needs is to be given time to succeed.
Last night’s uninspiring Champions League clash between Marseille and Manchester United has Willie Gannon pondering the standard of midfielders in football today.
Ross Dunbar reminisces about Rangers’ European success in 1972, and their defeat of Sporting Lisbon before they face each other tonight in the Europa League.
The Europa League is heading towards the business end of thigns and Jonathan O’Shea is here to preview tonight’s last 32 second legs.
The final games in the Champions League Round of 16 managed to produce just a single goal between them as Manchester United drew a blank away to Marseille and Bayern Munich earned a valuable away win at Inter Milan writes Ger McCarthy.
We’ve got a confession to make. Having spent hours totting up votes and allocating points to players we were certain that every player had been accounted for. Unfortunatley that wasn’t the case as one big name slipped through the cracks. While we won’t be applying for an accreditation at Arsenal any time soon for now let’s talk about Cesc…
Lionel Messi – the greatest player of 2010.