Blues Play the Balancing Game

March 12, 2010 2

Here is another article by Dale. You’re Alex McLeish. You have players like Michael, Gardner, Phillips and young Jake Jarvis at your disposal. You have guided your team to premier league safety with ten games still to play. What’s your next move? The man himself has reiterated his desire to push as Read More


McLeish Left Craven for a Win in the Capital

February 22, 2010 0

Here is Dale’s take on yesterday. ——————————————————————————- As the heat is turned up at the business end of the championship, many of the premier league hopefuls should take note of the fine margins between victory and defeat that make the country’s top division such an unforgiving place. A trip to Read More


Mr. Wayne Rooney

February 18, 2010 5

Here is Dale’s latest article. ———————————————————————————————— Growing up in the mean streets of Croxteth, is it no surprise that Wayne Rooney has always had a sharp edge to his character. As a youngster is was football that dragged him away from the avenues of crime and mischief and provided him Read More


Cesc’ Fab but Fragile Arsenal Facing

February 9, 2010 7

Here is Dale’s latest article. ————————————————————————————— Arsenal’s artistic style of football has striking similarities to Van Gough, a genius at what they do but a product of their own downfall. The gunners are yet to see silverware since 2002 and there’s only so many “end of the seasons” that Wenger Read More


No Favours at the Window

February 2, 2010 4

Here is Dale’s latest article, not a surprise that it is about the transfer window! Enjoy. ——————————————————————————————————– Considering we’re constantly being told to spend our way out of a global recession, the January transfer window does anything but contribute to a financial solution. To tell the London stock exchange that Read More

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