Arsene Wenger

The Narrow Pathway

There is a phrase going around in sport at present that it is the best payers who are being selected to play for teams ahead of the best players. Many feel that this is how sport has evolved as a

Going Back To The Beginning – No Thanks

The football team that I support was relegated this season to Division Two, 24 years ago it was celebrating being promoted to England’s top division, the Premier League, for the first time in the club’s history. Players are being released

Time For Some Perspective

It was the late Siggy Kramer who compared Football West’s determination to push through the National Premier Leagues format to a political regime his family fled in Europe. Some thought such a comment was harsh but the control that the

Jones Turns to Football

Eddie Jones will be heading down under next month with his Grand Slam winning England side, and will be looking to inflict defeat on his former employers. Eddie Jones has always been a coach open to new ideas and willing

Chosen To Stay Or Leave?

Chelsea’s tally of four points from a possible 15 means in the Barclay’s Premier League means that Jose Mourinho’s side have made their worst start to a top-flight season since 1986. Last year when Chelsea won the BPL they only

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