HIAFKI; sounds like an obscure form of Martial Arts, but really it is an acronym (admittedly made up by the author of this piece) for what is arguably the most rudimentary way of playing football. It is outlined by Neil Warnock in his autobiography as to how he’s asked his Read More
I saw on the news today that the Aston Villa manager Dean Smith’s father sadly passed away yesterday after contracting Covid 19. Football rivalries should be set aside for things like this, and all at Joys and Sorrows send our condolences to Dean and his family and friends.
Championship clubs tend to be linked with a plethora of players throughout the course of the season and there are always plenty of rumours flying around St. Andrews, particularly during the summer months. Over the years, fans have understandably become excited by some of the names who have been linked Read More
It’s been a while since we posted something, actually Bazza’s View from the South blog here. We’re going to try and post stuff, and starting today with a blog from an old J&S friend – Nat Peters. ———————————————————————— Right now there are bigger things we have to worry about in Read More
I normally go by train to Blues as many of my regular readers will know and that was my intention right up to Friday but logistics were proving difficult. I had been in contact with my mate Tim and we were looking to meet on the train. I had the Read More