Dave Wood looks back on this day in 1992, when a decision to allow Hillsborough victim Tony Bland to die was taken by High Court judges.
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Dave Wood looks back on the events of this day in 1983, when mindless violence marred England’s European Championship qualifier in Luxembourg.
Ireland and England go toe-to-toe on the football field for the first time since 1995, and Charles Pulling takes a look at some memorable moments in this fixture throughout the years.
Tom Rhodes looks back at Everton’s history when it comes to the semi final stage of the FA Cup.
Willie Gannon puts forward his personal method for rating the game’s great and not so great.
Jose Mourinho’s unbeaten home record ends as Sporting Gijon beat Real Madrid in La Liga.
For the best part of three decades Harry Redknapp has been seen by many as king of the transfer market, and Willie Gannon looks closer at the ‘wheeler dealer’.
Charasmatic, fiery and unbelievably talented, Hristo Stoichkov, who turns 45 today, will most likely never be overtaken as the biggest name ever in Bulgarian football. Willy Gannon explains why.
From Adolf Hitler to the birth of the Premier League, here’s what’s been going down this week in football! August 10 Believe it or not, but realtiy TV star Lee Sharpe was once actually a footballer. And a very fine one too, who jostled with Ryan Giggs and John Barnes for the Manchester United and […]
From record breaking transfers to historic penalty shoot-outs, here’s what happened this week in football! August 3 The transfer fee world record was smashed today in 1957 when Juventus signed Leeds United’s John Charles for £65,000. Nicknamed ‘the gentle giant’ Charles became the first British professional to sign for an oversees side, despite being flummoxed […]