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.
Archive for May, 2011
With just over a year left on his contract with the FA, Fabio Capello’s tenure as England boss gets the treatment from Ollie Jackson.
It might not have been the most explosive of European finals, but we learned some things nonetheless.
Tom returns from his Master Chef audition nice and refreshed for this week’s pod, joining Neil and Ger to talk about the week’s events, while Andrew Gibney of the excellent Gib Football Show is on to chat about Ligue 1.
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.
Alex Hess joins the BPF team and starts with some thoughts about what constitutes good football these days.
Radio One DJ Annie Mac and chart topping band Toploader will headline an exciting festival this weekend which will also feature the FA Cup trophy on site as well as the Soccer AM crew.
Dublin welcomes the Europa League Final tonight and Neil O’Hara previews the clash between FC Porto and SC Braga.
Robert Nevitt refuses to buy into the hype of the Premier League and believes he knows where the most exciting football is really at.
As Walter Smith gets set to end a hugely successful association with Rangers, Martin Campbell looks at his latest title win in the SPL.