After eight games, Sunderland fans are probably worried already. Sunderland have started this season the same way as they do with any manager – terribly. For years now, the club has been in a horrible malaise that sees the club lurch to disaster before somehow finding their way out. This summer, the club lost their
At the weekend, as we usually do, we watched various shows to try and gather news and views from across the beautiful game. One interaction that we came across, though, was absolutely exceptional. Tim Sherwood, arguably the most ‘Football Man’ of all the Football Men out there, ripped to pieces Antonio Conte. Following the 3-0
And just like that, months of frustration was lifted. As Jordan Henderson hit a shot that looked like another Henderson classic – into the stands – it flew into the top corner. Courtois was beaten, and would have had next to no chance to save the goal anyway. Liverpool were 2-0 up at Stamford Bridge,
When you take even a cursorary glance at the table, it might be a shock to see Stoke City bottom of the table. Perennially a sound and safe club, the description of boredom and solidity, the Potters are seeing a bit of excitement this time around. Sadly, it’s not the good kind of excitement –
Although not yet played, the last team of the weekend to play could also be the worst. Sunderland are a club who seem to perenialyl live in the bottom few positions, and the addition of David Moyes has done nothing to dispel that thinking. Somehow packaged as a big name, successful manager despite never winning
After months of waiting and years of planning, Anfield finally has been improved. With 8,000 new seats, Liverpool Football Club can finally point to Anfield with pride once again. The new stand adds a modern look to a classical but dated looking stadium, and brings it right into touch with the nicest in the country.