The other morning I saw the interview on TV where Sol Campbell claimed he’d have been England captain for “…10 years had he been white…”. Intriguing. I mentioned this to a Journalist and broadcaster and during our discussion, he alerted me to the Dis... »
Respect: An Ever Decreasing Commodity Ever since the launch of the FA’s coveted respect policy in 2008, it has been an increasing issue within the grass roots football community. Indeed as far as grass roots is concerned respect is a major subject fo... »
Every now and again on The Football Writer’s Facebook page, I have posted a random football fact. So I’ve decided to post all 30 of them I have posted so far as a dedicated article. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, 30 incredibly random f... »
TOP 5 Extremely important targets for LIVERPOOL this summer It’s a World Cup season and too early to talk about ambitious young targets for Liverpool. But REDS scintillating form forces me to pull down my attributes to pile up some unknown rough diam... »
Will they, won’t they? And who is this Green fella that Brendan Rodgers is going to make such a huge bid for? Only the completely clueless would have failed to realise that I’m referring to a quadragenerian blogger and life-long LFC fan. ... »
Soccer Tsar Andrei Kanchelskis by Dr Robin Aaron Bright PhD Manchester United right winger, Andrei Kanchelskis, played for the Soviet Union of Socialist Republics (USSR), known as the Soviet Union before the Russian Federation was brought into being ... »
Praying For A Wing Manchester United have always had a simple playing policy, which is to find the best wingers, like legendary manager, with 13 league titles, Alex Ferguson, found David Beckham (1993-2003) and Ryan Giggs (1990-), to make the forward... »
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