Julian Assange has escaped justice – but whose fault?

Well now, the bulk of the UK’s population probably don’t even recognise the name of Julian Assange, or even if they do, they nevertheless still wouldn’t know what he might or might not have done wrong, would they? To start with, it is important to be acquainted with the reason this man has come into […]

‘TOMORROW’S MAN’ at Arsenal Football Club – ‘STILL’ Arsène Wenger?

As many who follow football will know, a football Manager’s job is unbelievably ’unsafe’ – they ALL end-up getting sacked, you see? Now sometimes that is even within a timescale counted in days from appointment, though of course that is quite unusual, though NOT unique! Terminations happen at EVERY bleeding club, BIG or SMALL, whatever […]

Arsenal Manager Arsène Wenger – on the way out? UPDATED

Updated 27 April Arsenal are in the FA Cup Final AGAIN, and will face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium in just a month’s time. Of course, Arsenal have won before what has become the most iconic of all football competitions, which is the oldest recognised football tournament in the world. It will be their third final […]

Ex-International Wales Footballer ‘Ched Evans’ is found ‘NOT GUILTY’ of Rape– is the case an example of rape ‘miscarriage of justice’?

  Well, many of us were not surprised, even if still shocked, last month by the latest verdict concerning Ched Evans’ disgusting sexual exploitation of a vulnerable woman [reportedly blind drunk (possibly drink spiked), who had no recollection of her mistreatment] at the invitation of one of his footballer mates, weren’t we? The situation behind […]

England Football Team played Slovakia again – another shambles?

England football players Well, well, well, the Football Association precipitously appointed a new manager to take over a failed team, so what did Sam Allardyce do in his first game in charge, eh? He played the same bunch of losers with exactly the same captain that disgraced this Country’s major sport at Euro 2016 France […]

The disgraceful state of Association Football in England – the incompetent Football Association’s name in the frame?

Some month ago a post here identified where the FA had to go to resuscitate English football and questioned if it would actually happen this time. Well the answer is that it won’t. [see ‘WHERE THE FA HAVE TO GO TO RESUSCITATE ENGLISH FOOTBALL – BUT WILL IT HAPPEN THIS TIME?’] Now, the Football Association […]

WHERE THE FA HAVE TO GO TO RESUSCITATE ENGLISH FOOTBALL – BUT WILL IT HAPPEN THIS TIME?

This is a follow-on blog from the previously published “The Football Association now admits that the England International team is at crisis point – how comes they have only just noticed?] The Football Association, the governing body of football, are running about like headless chickens now to find a manager to head up the England […]

The Football Association now admits that the England International team is at crisis point – how comes they have only just noticed?

     England flag Anyone who knows anything ‘whatsoever’ about English football appreciates that it has been in the cacky for not one or two, but numerous decades, wouldn’t you say? England’s team at this summer’s Euro Finals in France were a bloody shameful shower, and ALL their performances were dire. Their appearance at this tournament […]

England play in the knockout stage in France at Euro’s – was it a big disappointment?

  euro mascot        England flag [Quarter Finals (8 teams): Poland v Portugal, Wales v Belgium, Germany v Italy, France, v Iceland]. The stuttering Holders Spain are OUT – defeated by reinvigorated Italy earlier today   England Starting team : Hart, Cahill, Smalling, Walker, Dier, Rose, Rooney, Alli, Sturridge, Kane, Sterling Subs: [3 allowed]         Forster, Clyne, […]

England march on in France at Euro’s and into the knockout stage – surely they must reach the quarter finals at least now?

  euro mascot        England flag Final 16 teams: Germany, France, Italy, Hungry, Wales, Croatia; Belgium, Spain, England, Switzerland, Poland, Iceland; Portugal, Slovakia, Northern I, Rep Ireland There can be no doubt that England manager Roy Hodgson was riding his luck with his bizarre team selection this last week against Slovakia which included unfathomable wholesale changes – […]