Almost two decades after he first arrived in England, Nobby Solano remains beloved of Newcastle fans and trumpet aficionados everywhere.
It seems that not a week goes by without an argument over a footballer’s ‘world class’ status. Here, we call out that frame of reference for being completely fucking pointless.
In 1995, Blackburn Rovers were crowned Premier League champions. That success was financed by industrialist owner Jack Walker, who was in many ways the last of his kind.
Chris Sutton, Britain's most brutal football pundit, is mad as hell, and he's not going to take it anymore.
In our first Premier League Preview of the week, we discuss the declining standards of banter on the nation’s favourite football highlights programme.
With Alan Shearer’s new statue at Newcastle being widely compared to Dale Winton, we have decided to rate football’s most famous sculptures on artistic merit alone.
After Roy Hodgson's inevitable resignation last night, England are looking for a new manager. Unfortunately there is a major dearth of candidates for the role.
Our latest inductee to The Cult is an England goalscoring legend who was never more alive than during that sun-drenched summer of '96. Say what you like about Big Al, he knew how to bang.
With the sound of Baddiel and Skinner ringing in our ears, we almost witnessed the England team achieve greatness. Ultimately, though, the tournament ended in heartbreak.
Battered and bruised from their 1995-96 title heartbreak, Newcastle United must have felt stricken. Then a superstar was introduced to the fold. Ladies and gentlemen... Alan Shearer.
There are things about life you can only learn when you've been scythed to the ground by a Johnny Vegas lookalike in neon pink boots.