Europe’s finest coaches have swarmed on the Premier League, but will the clubs make the most of it?Read More Elite Managers are making their mark in England, but how sustainable is it?
Past master tactician, Helenio Herrera, and modern-day great, José Mourinho, were doppelgängers in all but looks.Read More Helenio Herrera & José Mourinho: Both cut from the same cloth
Football, a funny old game. Over the course of the year, your team suffers highs and lows. Here we cherry-pick our most iconic moments for 2017.Read More Highs and lows of 2017
Despite regularly portraying football fans as individuals intent on disrespect, disobedience and disorder, the UK Government’s football-related arrest figures for 2016-17 paints a different picture.Read More Football related arrests fall in UK
As a football manager, time often calls on you take necessary risks in order to win matches. Sometimes these risks pay off, other times they’ll blow up in your face..Read More The art of substitutions
We look at the moral issues surrounding Paul Pogba’s world record transfer from Juventus to Manchester United. First published in Red News, issue 235, 08/08/16.Read More Bad money dies, I love the scene
Celtic upped the safe-standing antes in the UK with their lively Celtic Park section. Surely it’s a matter of when, not if, the English Premier League follows suit? We look at the possibilities.Read More Celtic Introduce New Safe-Standing Section
Family connections within football are few and far between. But there are a few obvious examples, and some obscurely interesting ones, if you delve deep enough..Read More Football Family Connections
Randy Lerner’s decade at the Villa Park helm began with optimism, only to quickly turn into a ghoulish nightmare.Read More The Randy Lerner Era
Chris Weir talks about Edu, the former Brazil and Arsenal midfielder, and gives his view that the Brazilian was an essential part of Arsenal’s ‘invincibles’ side.Read More Graça e Classe: An Appreciation of Arsenal’s Edu
Chris Weir provides an intriguing spin on the ‘sleeping giant’ myth that haunts the likes of Aston Villa and Newcastle United amongst others.Read More Why It’s Time We Put the Sleeping Giants Myth to Bed
We look into whether Louis van Gaal’s apparent faith in youth at Manchester United has been out of necessity, rather than choice.Read More What might have been, Louis
Ed Wade takes an in-depth look into what a Great Britain outside the European Union might mean for British Football.Read More Brexit: What does it mean for football?
As Leicester City continue their march towards the Premier League title, Ed Wade looks into footballing underdogs of the past.Read More The remarkable story of Football’s underdogs
Here is Ed Wade with his summary of the most influential Football fan protests.Read More Football Protests: Do they work?
We look into the structure troubles currently engulfing Old Trafford. This piece was first published in Manchester United’s Red News fanzine on 28/02/2016.Read More M.U Reform Required
Tommie Collins gives us some brief insight into José Mourinho’s second spell as Chelsea manager.Read More Champ to Chump In Seven Months
Chris Smalling has enjoyed a rise in stature since Louis van Gaal arrived in Manchester. Here we look at the improvements he’s made.Read More The Smalling Wall
Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea have struggled so far this term. Tommie Collins (@CymroPort) gives his opinion on the matter.Read More Chelsea In Crisis, They Say.
Memphis Depay hasn’t been at his best of late. Here, we look at the the reasons behind his form.Read More More is Expected, Memphis.