Taking a look back at the under 17 World Cup winning side, featuring some of the Premier League’s hottest prospects.
Warm-up games against Austria and Romania were the first two England games in which spectators were allowed back inside stadiums since the third national lockdown prohibited it. What should’ve been a joyous occasion was disappointingly overshadowed by the group of ‘fans’- if you can even call them that- whose boos could be heard when theContinue reading “Dear Football fans, stop booing the knee: An inside look at ‘the knee’ and the ongoing battle against racial injustice”
At such a young age, Bellingham continues to defy the odds- smashing each record as it comes at him. After a magnificent season with Dortmund, he will be pushing to start at Euro 2020.
As the season draws to a close, Gareth Southgate will soon have to select his Euro 2020 squad. UEFA’s recent comes as a blessing for the England manager, allowing him to make full use of his star-studded squad.
(written by Jack Bibb) Low-cut socks, slicked-back hair and calves the size of tree stumps. Jack Grealish was a maverick the day he stepped foot into the Premier League and is arguably the most gifted player England have had the pleasure of witnessing since the 1990s when Paul Gascoigne donned the Three Lions shirt. ThreatenedContinue reading “Jack Grealish: England’s best playmaker since Gazza”
(Guest writer: Elias Berg) I can still remember the weirdly special feeling of someone calling me a “mate” for the first time. In a cab from the airport to the hotel in central Liverpool at one in the morning, in the most scouse accent I`ve ever heard. The first game I ever attended in EnglandContinue reading “The Premier League: An Outsider’s Perspective”
(written by Ross Daggett) On the 29th of December 2019, David Moyes was announced as the manager of West Ham United for the second time, taking over from former Premier League winning manager Manuel Pellegrini. The Hammers were in 17th position, just one point above the relegation zone. A little over a year on, MoyesContinue reading “How David Moyes has transformed West Ham”
(written by Jack Bibb) A cagey affair, to begin with, Leicester swiftly took control and asserted their dominance on proceedings. Wilfried Ndidi put the home side ahead early on, firing home with a left-footed volley from the edge of the box after mopping up Harvey Barnes’ miscued strike. The Foxes continued to hunt in packsContinue reading “Leicester 2-0 Chelsea: Maddison-led Foxes hunt down Lampard’s job”