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Mozza’s top tips – Cheltenham Trials Day washout but can Doncaster produce a 100/1 winner?

It’s a case of rip it up and start again as my four sure fire winning tips for Cheltenham on Saturday bit the dust on Friday morning. Given the huge amount of rain and snow that has fallen across the country recently it is no surprise, but still disappointing, especially with such a great lineContinue reading “Mozza’s top tips – Cheltenham Trials Day washout but can Doncaster produce a 100/1 winner?”

Access to social media means platforms like Twitter can be ten times worse than the old terraces when it comes to racial abuse – companies have to act no matter what the cost

We take one step forward and about ten back when it comes to racial abuse in football. We have all the brilliant initiatives of kick it out and other campaigns, but then we have a few mindless, worthless, scumbags who open up the laptop or turn on their phone and then it brings all thatContinue reading “Access to social media means platforms like Twitter can be ten times worse than the old terraces when it comes to racial abuse – companies have to act no matter what the cost”

Hopefully we’ll finally see what the Martin Odegaard hype is all about

A Premier League signing rarely excites me. The last January signing that excited me was when West Brom signed Daniel Sturridge, and look how that one worked out. But when Martin Odegaard penned a loan deal with Arsenal this week, it was a signing that genuinely excited me. Since bursting onto the scene at NorwegianContinue reading “Hopefully we’ll finally see what the Martin Odegaard hype is all about”

Why English football is too insular and governing bodies should be taking advice from their NFL counterparts

To the uneducated person NFL is just big blokes in pads running into each other and cheerleaders putting on a half time performance. Physically, as a sport it is much more than that. And off the pitch it is much more than that, so much so that according to some England’s beautiful game, football, shouldContinue reading “Why English football is too insular and governing bodies should be taking advice from their NFL counterparts”

Beckham can dress up Neville’s appointment as Inter Miami boss any way he likes – it’s jobs for the boys

If you were the owner of a newly formed MLS club, with a big war chest of cash behind you then I doubt the first managerial candidate that would come to mind would be Phil Neville. No offence to the former Manchester United full back, but he’s hardly the hottest property in management right now.Continue reading “Beckham can dress up Neville’s appointment as Inter Miami boss any way he likes – it’s jobs for the boys”

PL Preview: Can West Brom stop shipping goals and can Odegaard shine in the Premier League

A sacking and an action packed midweek fixture list was what Premier League fans were treated to this week. Oh and another five goals scored by the away side at The Hawthorns, but that is par for the course these days. The VAR drama didn’t live up to that of the previous week so doesContinue reading “PL Preview: Can West Brom stop shipping goals and can Odegaard shine in the Premier League”

“Maybe I was too arrogant at times, but if you change that you change as a player” – Marc Lloyd-Williams on his career and how he became the most prolific domestic goal scorer Wales has even seen

When you say the words journeyman footballer, many people think of an average player who bounced from club to club. Marc Lloyd-Williams has played for over 15 clubs in his career. But the stocky striker from Llanberis isn’t your archetypal journeyman. He is far from it. He may have had 20 stints at different footballContinue reading ““Maybe I was too arrogant at times, but if you change that you change as a player” – Marc Lloyd-Williams on his career and how he became the most prolific domestic goal scorer Wales has even seen”


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