News around the creation of a European Super League (ESL) surfaced late on Sunday 18th April. Initial murmurings suggested that it would be a competition that ran alongside the domestic season, giving a more lucrative competition for Europe’s ‘elite’ clubs to play in and earn from. However, in a week that saw George Floyd’s murderer found guilty, the ESL went from creation to destruction in just over 48 hours.
With the new English squad being announced just days ago, the number of Black players picked has dramatically increased from years ago. Out of the 30-man squad, 11 of the footballers are classed as ‘BAME’, a figure which would essentially make up a starting line-up.
Image Credit- Liverpool FC When Christian Pulisic skipped past Benjamin Mendy and slotted the ball into the Manchester City net on Thursday evening, anticipation in Liverpool, already palpable on the city’s streets, began to swell. […]
Image Credit- The Guardian English football is finally back. Exactly 100 days after Leicester City’s 4-0 drubbing of Aston Villa, Premier League football will return to our screens on the 17 th June with a […]
Coronavirus is a big deal. Wuhan has been devastated, and over 80,000 people in China are infected. Italy has already been totally quarantined, and there is genuine talk that some UK cities might follow suit. […]
Image Credit- Sporting Life Liverpool’s recent 2-1 victory away to Wolves, sealed by a Roberto Firmino strike, marks the 40th consecutive game in which the Reds have remained unbeaten in the league. During this run, […]
Image Credit: Evening Standard Very rarely does a programme have 52 million viewers, let alone 90% of the British population tuning in. However, London 2012 Olympics proved that not only is the Olympics a fantastic […]
Image Credit- Evening Standard With Liverpool dominating the Premier League this season so far, it came as a surprise that Harry Kane scored for Tottenham only 48 seconds into the match. Spurs have won only […]
Two sides playing back to back, like Spurs and Manchester City have, is the footballing equivalent saying goodbye to a friend, that you end up going the same way as; both have run out of […]
Image Credit [BBC] Leicester City have appointed Brendan Rodgers as their new manager following the sacking of Claude Puel after their 4-1 home loss against Crystal Palace. The Northern Irishman – who has left Celtic […]
Image Credit [Reuters] After Mourinho’s sacking, Manchester United have turned their season around under the new caretaker boss. Following a shameful defeat at Anfield where United were out-classed by Jurgen Klopp’s title chasers, the newly […]
16:45 Unfortunately, I must check out from Gryphon HQ now. It’s been great fun, and if we get a Dan James sized update, I will rush back to satisfy your Leeds United transfer needs. I […]