Steve Sidwell’s experience moving to Chelsea should be a somewhat cautionary tale for Charlie Adam, writes James Dixon.
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Charlie Adam is a good signing in theory, but is he a good signing for Liverpool at this moment in time? Sammy Lee doesn’t believe so.
New contributor Samuel Luckhurst debuts with a discussion on the eccentric Ian Holloway, and how painting his squad as a one-man side risks dismantling their feel-good factor.
Recent seasons have told us to expect a big drop off in performance from the side promoted through the playoffs and it normally starts about now, writes James Dixon.
The man largely responsible for Blackpool’s aesthetically pleasing football is becoming a much sought after property in the Premier League, and Robbie Deighan looks at a possible move on the horizon for Charlie Adam.
We are already four days into the January transfer window, but who will be going for who this month? The Premier League table has been closer then ever before, so the right movement in the next four weeks might give your team an edge. Today, it is Arsenal through to Blackpool as Ian of Good Old Football breaks down the window.
Barry McEvoy is here with some betting tips for the few surviving Premier League games this weekend.
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.
It’s the weekend. It’s the Premier League, and it’s time for Back Page Football’s new Tip Off! competition. If you haven’t already made your selections, simply go to the comments section under the most recent episode of the Hold The BackPage podcast, or follow the link on the right hand side of the homepage. In […]
We’ve seen this all before, a team promoted from the Championship who surprise everyone and are for the first few weeks of the season, flutter and cajole with the Sky-styled ‘big boys’ of the league? This time it’s not the disagreeable Phil Brown leading an orange-kitted team but the infinitely more likeable Ian Holloway. Hull […]