Tom Gaunt takes a look at the lack of patience in the Premier League and why it has to change.
Archive for May, 2011
Blackpool may have made a swift return to the Championship but, according to Robert Nevitt, they have made a lasting impression on the top flight.
In the aftermath of Survival Sunday, Willie Gannon believes that those who went down got exactly what they deserved.
Join BPF co-editor Neil Sherwin as the battle to avoid the drop takes centre stage on the final say of the 2010/11 Premier League season.
The times they are a changing at Juventus, and Adam Digby brings us news of the possible return of a former favourite.
It’s the final weekend of the Premier League season and with all the most important action taking place at the wrong end of the table, Ollie Jackson gives his thoughts on who’s going down.
Domm Norris is back with another tale from Russia, this time looking at the extraordinary lengths Luch-Energiya Vladivostok goes to in order to fulfill its fixture commitments.
With the majority of focus on the Premier League this weekend, we drop down the leagues a little bit to hear how Chesterfield are enjoying a resurgence and a promotion.
League of Ireland columnist Niall Farrell returns and asks whether there are simply too many games for the top teams to play.
Less than a decade after their club became the victim of football franchising, supporters of the new look AFC Wimbledon could be set for a return to league action.