Atalanta B.C, a club at the heart of the Bergamo region of Italy, has taken Italian and European football by storm in recent years. Only in 2011 were they promoted from Serie B, but in more recent times, Il Bocia and the rest of the… Read More »Il Bocia: Inspiring Atalanta Ultras since ’98
Unlike other platforms that construe nonsense for ‘news’ – these are actually the things that we should all be paying attention to …
On a weekend which will go down in the annuls of history as an influential one for women’s football in the UK, a player making all the headlines beforehand captured them throughout! Vivianne Miedema is a goal scorer. Her record speaks for itself, 83 goals… Read More »Introducing The Wicked WSL Record-Breaker, Vivianne Miedema!
On one of his famous ‘dog walks’ through the park, Sky Sports treated us with a very intriguing and revealing insight into Roy Keane’s world over the past couple of weeks. Roy Keane believes he has unfinished business in the management game, stating on Gary Neville’s… Read More »Will Roy Keane Ever Return to Management?
Coming off the back of a tough transitional period in their history, United needed something desperately in order to change the course of their sinking ship for the seasons ahead. For this, they chose to change tact completely, beginning with the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo,… Read More »Cristiano Ronaldo’s Explosive First Debut for Manchester United v Bolton (2003)
With all this talk about (literally) big strikers being bandied about various transfer stories in the world, let’s take a step back and look at some of those who don’t get much attention … Originally unearthed closer to hope with Partizan, Dusan Vlahovic’s eventual five-year… Read More »Backed by Fiorentina, Inspired by Haaland, Who is Dušan Vlahović?
It’s a sight we never thought we’d see, but probably one that was practically inevitable when you peel back the curtain at the Camp Nou. Since his Barcelona debut in 2004, Lionel Messi has worked darn hard to form an impenetrable legacy for the Blaugrana.… Read More »Why Lionel Messi Was Forced to Leave Barcelona in 2021
To some, Neil Warnock is … a relic. A merchant of sh*thousery long past his expiry date. But what he’s achieved in football, and more importantly what he stands for, perfectly captures the essence of the beautiful game. In the summer of 2020, the once-decent… Read More »A Love Letter to Neil Warnock
From the lowest of lows to the highest of highs, it’s been quite the journey for the entire Danish team at this summer’s European Championships. Coming into the tournaments as relative underdogs, players like Mikkel Damsgaard were relative unknown quantities to watch. Nevertheless, given their… Read More »A Tragic Job Well Done for Mikkel Damsgaard at Euro ’20
The life of a Three Lions supporter hasn’t been the easiest since the famous World Cup triumph of 1966, but certain things need to be said following this summer’s European Championship campaign. Ever since a somewhat surprising World Cup semi-final outing in 2018, England fans… Read More »An Open, Honest Letter to England Fans …
Ever since Cristiano Ronaldo won the Euro 2016 Championships with Portugal, the conversation between the two has slipped in favour of the Juve star. But come this Sunday, the seesaw could be realigned … An opportunity many see as Lionel Messi’s ultimate chance to silence… Read More »Lionel Messi & His Huge Copa America (2021) Task