With the commemoration of the birth of Our Lord coming up, we have decided to get to the bottom of what Christmas is all about – football clubs selling obscene amounts of merch.
With Boxing Day one of the most important dates in the domestic football calendar, we expect it to produce some serious entertainment. In 1963, expectations were exceeded by an absurd margin.
In the final Premier League Preview of the week, we take an educated guess at which manager will be next for the chop.
In the final portion of our Premier League Review, we look to the future of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez as well as the return of a dormant neuroticism amongst Arsenal fans.
In our second Premier League Preview of the week, we predict that this weekend could be the moment that the London Stadium finally comes into its own.
In the next portion of our Premier League Review, we examine the motivations behind Jose Mourinho’s bottle kicking antics.
In the final serving of this week’s Premier League Review, we discuss the Dickensian naming rituals of the Tottenham academy and West Ham’s chronically ill season.
West Ham's move to the former Olympic Stadium is under the spotlight yet again after crowd trouble marred their League Cup win over Chelsea on Wednesday night.
With struggling Stoke hosting shabby Sunderland this weekend, the first relegation ‘six-pointer’ of the season is on its way. Here, we explore the psychology of the old cliche, and remember some of the best six-pointers in recent memory.
During his short spell as England manager, Big Sam apparently named the in-house WiFi connection ‘BIG SAM’S OFFICE’. This is extremely significant, for more reasons than one.
In the next part of our Premier League Review, we assess Dimitri Payet’s divine form, in sharp contrast to West Ham’s godless start to the season.