Ciaran Kelly looks at the weird and wonderful career of former Lazio and England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Posts Tagged ‘Kenny Dalglish’
Andy Carroll finally found the net against Everton after a barren spell, and Ciaran Kelly believes this is the biggest season yet for England’s potential number 9.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Ciaran Kelly pays homage to the greatest striker to have graced the SPL over the past few decades.
Liverpool have spent big this summer but Nicholas Godden isn’t overly impressed with their transfer strategy.
In his first article for BPF, Jack Wells looks at Liverpool’s youth setup and the solid foundations laid during the Benitez era.
After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
The news that Kenny Dalglish is to remain at the Liverpool for the next three years was met with understandable joy from supporters of the Anfield club, and Ian Mahon is as excited as anyone.
As both teams gear up for this weekend’s show down and a probable place in next season’s Europa League, Thomas Gaunt takes a look at the pro’s and con’s of winning this match and the glory or burden it could bestow upon the victor.
One must understand the term “Inglorious Basterd” to grasp this article. Yeah, if you have watched the Quentin Tarantino flick then maybe you know half of it, but I will try to simplify it in order to bridge a “common ground”—and to make one comprehend of what sense I take this term for. Inglorious: Not [...]