Bojan Krkic looked set to have it all at Barcelona but, as Dylan Fahy points out, it hasn’t exactly gone according to plan for the Catalan side’s youngest ever La Liga player.
Archive for July, 2011
Today we speak to Everton fan and contributor to fanblog Grand Old Team, Dylan DeLoretta.
It has been another typically quiet summer at Goodison Park on the transfer front. At the time of writing, the Toffees have yet to dip their toe into the market – which displays the lack of financial clout they currently possess. Despite this – Everton seem to be in a stable enough position having already […]
Mario Balotelli may be more than a tad crazy but Caleb Cousens believes that the game needs more like him.
After a brief offseason break, Adam Digby returns with his excellent Al Volo column and looks at the legend that is Gaetano Scirea.
Today we speak to Chelsea fan and person behind The Chelsea Blog Denise Hone about life after Ancelotti, what to expect of Andre Villas-Boas and why Chelsea fans are concerned with the lack of transfer activity so far this summer.
Ciaran Kelly previews Chelsea with serious in depth analysis of Andre Villas-Boas’ first season in charge at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool have spent big this summer but Nicholas Godden isn’t overly impressed with their transfer strategy.
Mad Mario has been at it again, but Andrew McCarten wonders whether his latest controversy would have been so bad had it been committed by someone else.
We had a few words with Bolton fan and Back Page Football columnist Chris Glover, grilling him on the season ahead.