Innovation at its finest: The Watney Cup

When filling the gap between the football seasons held marginally less excitement than this summer did - But innovation took centre stage. As Manchester United...

Ronaldo’s Move Set To Make Him The Undisputed GOAT

Adios Mi Amigos  Cristiano Ronaldo’s nine years at Real Madrid came to an end yesterday and with it the end of an era, as the...
Terry Venables

Football’s Common Myths Debunked

Memories or Myths?  As football supporters we are not commonly known for our impartiality nor for our ability to analyse, or even remember, events accurately,...

David Smallman: Everton & Wales – What might have been

David Smallman: Everton & Wales What might have been I remember being excited as a 13-year-old when I heard about Everton's latest acquisition, 22-year-old David Smallman....

Justin Kluivert: Roma’s New Son of a Gun

Roma have not messed about this transfer window. With 99.9% of the football-loving population entering their third week of ‘sick days’ spent helplessly glued...

The Golden Vision: A Personal Memory

I started watching Everton in the glorious championship season of 1969/70, the Everton side that featured the incomparable midfield trio of Colin Harvey, Howard...

The Pool, The Keeper and His Teammate’s Wife

You will probably have worked out by now the 1982 World Cup is my favourite of the eleven tournaments I have witnessed so far....
Everton 1972

Everton 1972: It Pays To Be Honest…

March 1972, Everton are away to Manchester United, the result was a scoreless draw – I can sense you're already asking, what on earth...
Jack Charlton

The Charlton Years Part 4: How Big Jack’s Old School Methods Took Ireland To...

This is the concluding piece in a four-part series. For those reading this series for the first time, here are Parts 1, 2 and...

Belgium’s Maiden World Cup Voyage

Let me take you on a journey to a time before dabbing was a thing, before changing room selfies plagued our Twitter feeds and...