The Enduring Significance of Walter Tull To English Football
As well as serving with distinction in the First World War, Tull was one of the first black footballers to grace the top tier of English football. Though his life was cut short, his legacy is alive and well.
Trying To Get Our Heads Around Mark Bosnich’s Nazi Salute At White Hart Lane
While most people remember Bosnich as the cherubic goalkeeper with the stonking cocaine habit, his most controversial moment in football is often overlooked or ignored.
Gary Lineker at Barcelona: When Leicester’s Favourite Son Went Overseas
Having made his name with Leicester and Everton, the mid eighties saw Gary Lineker snapped up by ‘El Tel’ at Barca. Together, they would stir a slumbering Catalan giant, and restore glory to the club once more.
Dimitar Berbatov: Artist. Genius. Failure?
How will football remember Dimitar Berbatov: as an artist, a genius, or a failure? Perhaps all three descriptions are required to sum up the brilliant, blasé Bulgarian.
The Other Guys: Previewing Manchester United vs. Tottenham
In the second of this week’s Premier League Previews, we look at which of the predicted top-four also-rans will come out best at Old Trafford this weekend.