Alan Moore discusses group think and how it leads to a lack of integrity when it comes to reporting on the stories that should matter most in sport.
Posts Tagged ‘Man City’
They never miss a trick those boys. .@bayer04fussball fans in town for the @championsleague can take advantage of 2 for 1 Tuesdays on the Etihad Stadium tour tomorrow! #mcfc — Manchester City FC (@MCFC) September 16, 2013
Emmanuel Adebayor wants a £1million Spurs payoff after being banished to reserves.
Alex Richards believes Manchester City will be there or thereabouts under new boss Manuel Pellegrini.
James Kilpatrick discusses the next planned phase of development in Major League Soccer.
There’s massive game at the bottom of the Premier League this weekend and the Bet Adviser believes that your money should go on the Royals.
Richard Nash talks tactics, focusing on three of Europe’s big spenders.
The Champions League has exposed Manchester City’s weaknesses under an increasingly bewildered Roberto Mancini, writes Paul Little.
A quick glance at Tony Fernandes’s twitter bio sees the internationally renowned entrepreneur and Queens Park Rangers chairman describe himself as a dreamer. Scroll a little further down and you will find him once again urging QPR supporters for patience; the message: “keep calm, we will come good.” It will seem all too familiar to […]
Back Page Football’s Ger McCarthy looks ahead to another week of Champions League action and has five questions to be answered as the race to qualify for the knockout stage intensifies