Dave Wood laments the abrupt ending of a groundbreaking co-managerial era, that an official club statement has described as “the finest sustained spell of success in [Barrow AFC's] 111-year history”.
Posts Tagged ‘Football’
Richard Nash looks at the poisoned chalice that is the England manager’s job.
The football world is full of players who ooze a “can’t be arsed”, and Mike Hurley has put together a list of the best…or should that be worst?
Steve Sharman believes that the Premier League is becoming more competitive than ever this season.
Kosovo’s most famous footballer has called for FIFA to recognise his homeland, writes Dave Wood.
We head to Africa as Omar Almasri looks at football in Sudan.
Omar Almasri looks at football in one of Africa’s most troubled countries.
It’s international week again and Ireland have their work cut out to qualify with Armenia posing an unlikely threat to their chances.
Tom Wilson looks at The Rooney Rule which could see significant changes in how football clubs go about hiring managers.
In his first article for BPF, Blair Grant desrcibes with great analogy the feeling we all get when watching the beautiful game.