Jim Keoghan: How to Run A Football Club

Interview with ‘How To Run A Football Club’ author Jim Keoghan Jim Keoghan is an established football author, who has been writing for 20 years. In 2014, Jim published his first book based around football activism and ownership in English football, followed by books on Everton in the 90s, their ‘Greatest Games’ and a smallerContinue reading “Jim Keoghan: How to Run A Football Club”

Highs And ‘Löw’s

Credit: Thomas Holbach Spain’s 6-0 drubbing of Joachim Löw’s Germany has sent shockwaves around Europe- but to the German fans and media this comes as little surprise. Die Mannschaft needed just a point from their final group game as they travelled to Seville last night, in order to qualify for the Nations League finals. WhatContinue reading “Highs And ‘Löw’s”

Merseyside Blues

Written by Adibir Singh – @adi_sza – Chief European Football Writer With the spotlight on their neighbours across Stanley Park, Everton had little to smile about throughout the 19/20 Premier League campaign. Losing manager Marco Silva- who many had touted to be the spearhead for success in the coming years, was sacked 15 games intoContinue reading “Merseyside Blues”

Naby Keita: The best is yet to come?

By Adibir Singh – @adi_sza The weight of expectation was looming large on Naby Keita from the day he signed for Liverpool in 2017- for a then club record fee of £52 million. Being personally handed the number 8 shirt from its predecessor, and the greatest player to ever don the red of Liverpool- StevenContinue reading “Naby Keita: The best is yet to come?”

So Close, Yet So Far…

By Adibir Singh – @adi_sza With the dust finally settled on the 2019-20 Bundesliga season, we look back at a title race that was one of the most thrilling in recent years. Germany’s two crown princes- Dortmund and Leipzig- were out to dethrone the resident Kings of German football Bayern Munchen. Ultimately coming up short,Continue reading “So Close, Yet So Far…”