2 words will do the trick here: timing and planning. Manchester United have clearly had a bounce since sacking Jose … Continue reading Manchester United: a lesson in sacking a manager
One of the aspects of international football weeks that many fans complain about is the sudden lack of match time. … Continue reading The first success of the UEFA Nations League: scheduling of matches!
Most football clubs operate a transfer policy that works on basis of being able to buy and sell players in … Continue reading The folly of asymmetrical football transfer windows
You’re a UK football fan, it’s Saturday afternoon and you want to watch Cristiano Ronaldo play for Juventus against Lazio … Continue reading Saturday afternoon football on UK TV: time to come out of dark ages of media restrictions
Sometimes it feels like the world football is like looking at a revolving door. Specifically when managers change, especially if … Continue reading When the best thing about changing manager is the change itself
There is nothing new in the latest instalment of the Pogba/Jose saga. Both have personality traits that are being exaggerated … Continue reading Same old from Pogba and Jose; nothing to see here…