****
Six Things to look out for this weekend

Six Things to look out for this weekend

1)The closest Title race in Premier League history.       Four different teams could technically be top of the league as 2013 walks off into that good night and 2014 dawns. Only...

Manchester City vs. Liverpool: A Tactical Analysis

Manchester City vs. Liverpool: A Tactical Analysis

Many pundits have labeled this game as the one that is going to decide the Premier League title. Even though it is premature to make such claims in December, it is a fact that Manchester City...

City v Liverpool - A Boxing Day Bonanza?

The most mouth-watering festive fixture for a while is set to grace us with its presence this Boxing Day, as the Premier League’s top scorers take on, after the Arsenal Chelsea snore-draw last...

Many pundits have labeled this game as the one that is going to decide the Premier League title. Even though it is premature to make such claims in December, it is a fact that Manchester City and Liverpool have been it outstanding form in recent weeks. They have been scoring for fun, while defeating their close rivals in emphatic fashion. It is fair to say that this was a game between two genuine title contenders.

Read more...

  1. Malky Mackay’s last game.

    Vincent Tan continued his quest to become the second incarnation of Venky’s this week when in arguably one of the most tactful and considered moves ever, he sent an email to current manager Malky Mackay, telling him to resign or he’ll be sacked. Looking past the ignorance of this move, if Mackay knows his time is up either way, why would he resign and sacrifice a huge pay-off?

Read more...

The most mouth-watering festive fixture for a while is set to grace us with its presence this Boxing Day, as the Premier League’s top scorers take on, after the Arsenal Chelsea snore-draw last night, the Premier League’s top club.

Read more...

1)The closest Title race in Premier League history.

      Four different teams could technically be top of the league as 2013 walks off into that good night and 2014 dawns. Only eight points separate Arsenal in 1st and Spurs in 8th place, only six between 1st and Newcastle in 6th, and only three from 1st to Liverpool in 4th. This isn’t the first couple of weeks either; this is half way through the season.

Read more...

Wednesday's edition of the League Cup not only saw Spurs lose at home again but also David Moyes managed to win a game without Wayne Rooney - is this an early sign of the changing fortunes at Manchester United?

Tottenham 1 - 2 West Ham

Read more...

It was around this time two years ago that things were looking so rosy for Reading Football Club. After a slow start to their Championship campaign, perhaps understandably after suffering playoff heartbreak at Wembley, they eventually stormed to the league title.

Read more...

NewsNow...

Facebook...

Twitter...

Tweets by @Ballsybanter

 

Ballsy Banter © 2014. All Rights Reserved.