Alan Stubbs lasted just 13 games in charge of Rotherham United before he was relieved of his duties at the New York Stadium, with the club languishing at the bottom of the English Championship. In my opinion, Stubbs should have … Continue reading OPINION: Why Stubbs’ sacking felt inevitable
By @Kyle_Gunn97 Less than five months after replacing Neil Warnock at Rotherham United, Alan Stubbs has lost his job. The man who guided Hibs to Scottish Cup glory last season, with a 3-2 win over Rangers in the final, becoming … Continue reading Millers sack Stubbs
Jackie McNamara’s disastrous spell in charge of York City looks to soon be over after his side slumped to a 6-1 defeat to Guiseley, who were sitting bottom of the National League and without a win before last night’s game. … Continue reading Lights out for McNamara?
While the margin of defeat was perhaps wider than expected, the result was fairly inevitable and there’s not a lot we can say we learned about either side that we didn’t already know, in truth. 1. MSN are unstoppable When … Continue reading 7 Things We DIDN’T Learn From Barcelona v Celtic
“The English Premier League – The best league in the world”. We hear it all the time. For entertainment? Possibly. For quality? Certainly not. Yet for many in this country, it seems that if a player has ever graced the … Continue reading Barton and Kranjcar struggles exposing myth about Premier League has-beens?
For some time now, English Premiership football has been teetering on the edge of becoming something sour and vulgar. And with Paul Pogba’s £89 million signing from Juventus to Man United finally complete, English football has slipped over the edge … Continue reading OPINION: Pogba fee nothing short of revolting!
If this isn’t the accolade to take all accolades, then football may as well just stop now! World renowned footy mag, FourFourTwo, have ranked Aberdeen’s new away top (their new black and red trim cracker) as the fourth best on the … Continue reading Dons away strip ‘fourth best’ in world