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Football’s hyperinflation: Is it robbing us of a generation of...

Gareth Bale makes quite a lot of money. Scratch that – Gareth Bale makes a ridiculous amount of money. His most recent...

Football Commentary Must Address Its Skin Colour Bias

Who do you picture if I ask you to think of a footballer who might be described as ‘athletic’ and ‘strong’? And who...

After 30 years Liverpool are Premier League Champions

1990 was an important year for Liverpool fans. Liverpool won their 18th league title and their last one before 2020. The Premier League was...

Family, Football and Palestine: A Story of Solidarity

In the 1870s, Brother Walfrid, an Irish priest from County Sligo, emigrated to Scotland. It was there that in 1887, at a meeting at...

Beyond ‘Project Restart’: The Football League playoffs

The talk of the football world recently has been the return of the Premier League on the 17th June. However, for lower...

Brits abroad: is Sancho’s success the start of a new era?

With the Premier League’s restart scheduled for the 17th June, most English clubs are only just reintroducing contact training. But not all British players...

Why Newcastle won’t be the next Manchester City

The planned acquisition of Newcastle United has generated plenty of interest, partly because of the identities of the old and new ownership and...

Project Restart: A vital conversation

In the midst of a national crisis, and in a news climate dominated by daily updates of infection and mortality rates across...

Oxford United mask distribution praised in parliament

Layla Moran tabled a motion in the House of Commons last week to celebrate the work of Oxford United Football Club in...

Football’s American-style statistical revolution

The 2017-18 Premier League season may go down as one of the most significant in football history. Manchester City, led by legendary manager Pep...