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…
An ex-Liverpool manager working at Man United. Is it really such a crazy idea? Despite a reasonably convincing first game … Continue reading If Mourinho goes, why not Benítez at Man United?
The sales of Richarlison and Alisson these last few days have yet again reminded us that shrewd recruitment policy and … Continue reading In the transfer market, money does grow on trees
So Roma are about to sell another top player for a massive profit. Alisson Becker was bought two years ago … Continue reading Alisson move from Roma to Liverpool illustrates well the (financial) power of Premier League