Football's fine line between love, hate and sarcasm.

Undoubtedly, times have been dark for the Toon during 2014. Having won just five Premier League games under the tutelage of Alan Pardew this year, Newcastle fans have been baying for his blood recently; no more so than after the 4-0 loss to Southampton a couple of weeks ago. It was the second time this year that Newcastle had been beaten by that deficit at the hands of the Saints.

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If you're a bloke reading this, the chances are that you've bought a football shirt at some point in your life. And if you have you would have had lots of options where to buy, whether it's directly from your club, online, or from a local sports shop. You've probably even found yourself buying a shirt towards the end of the season when clubs sell replica kits at heavily discounted prices in order to get rid of stock ready for the new ones.

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Roll your minds back to August and think about everyone’s 14/15 Premier League predictions. They were more or less all the same, of course; Chelsea to win it at a canter (insert your own suitably equine-based pun here), a van Gaal-inspired United to surge up the table, and Liverpool to struggle fighting on four fronts with their newly defanged attack. As for who would go down, well - the options seemed endless.

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Farewell Felix, it’s been horrific.

Last weekend saw the albatross around Fulham’s neck finally get his marching orders after not only relegating the club after a decade-plus long stay in the Premier League, but guiding us to an impressive (not in a good way) run of no wins since the start of the season, leading us to be bottom of the Championship and the worst form team in all 92 clubs in the English league system. I am now going to detail why he was not only the worst manager to ever ply his trade in English football, but how he is also the most deluded man in English football history. This is going to be fun.

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