In our first Premier League review of 2018, angry dads are raging about female commentators and Arsenal fans aren’t going to take it any more.
In the latest round of association football, David Luiz presented us with a quandary, Rooney returned to Old Trafford and Roy Hodgson finally succumbed to his crushing sense of ennui.
On this day, 16 years ago, England lost their last ever match at the old Wembley Stadium. What ensued was both hilarious and poignant, in the way that only Kevin Keegan could be.
With Big Sam in the shit after an undercover sting by The Telegraph, we explore the biggest question thrown up by the investigation: seriously, is he drinking a pint of fucking wine?
When Molson Coors won the sponsorship of the League Cup in 2003, it was the start of something special. Even today, Carling is synonymous with the competition.
Once champions of England, Blackburn Rovers have fallen on hard times since their purchase by the deeply unpopular Venky's Group. An increasingly empty Ewood Park tells a sad story – fans of the club are gradually falling out of love with their team.
With Euro 2016 complete, we can now look back at who overachieved, who let the side down, and who the hell thought Harry Kane should take corners.
How to resign like a career politician (or Roy Hodgson) (or Chris Evans).
Roy Hodgson's record at major tournaments demonstrates that a man who convinces himself defeat is unavoidable will encounter it quickly, brutally and very, very often.
In the most perfect, farcical circumstances of all, England have bombed out of Euro 2016. It was tragic, but also inevitable, and somehow Steve McClaren’s fault.
How can Roy free his side from the shackles of failure? We asked three VICE writers for their informed opinions.
In our first preview of the Round of 16, Jonathan Wilson anticipates England's gameplan against Iceland, and asks whether Roy Hodgson's men can finally fulfil their abundant potential.