Introducing my latest project - Allsportsforum. It is an online discussion forum for fans of any and all sports to come together and chat about whatever they want to. It was named so that this is what went out to those who have seen it. The link to it is here: http://allsportsforum.freeforums.net/ Please feel free … Continue reading Allsportsforum
Everton have been one of the form teams in the Premier League so far, but they fell short against Southampton at St. Mary's on Sunday. Their performance was very unlike what we have been used to from Carlo Ancelotti's side this season, so why was that? In this article, I will look at the reasons … Continue reading Why were Southampton able to beat Everton?
The final game of the fourth round of the 2020 Six Nations was the first game back in the tournament after lockdown. On paper, it looked like this was going to be a very easy game for Ireland, with Italy likely to be on the end of a thrashing, having failed to win a single … Continue reading Ireland v Italy: Six Nations Round 4
The summer transfer window at the end of without a doubt the oddest Premier League season is now shut, with all clubs having done some business. In this article, I will analyse all 20 Premier League clubs, seeing which players they brought in and which departed, and will give some thoughts and an overall verdict … Continue reading Summer Transfer Window 2020: All Premier League Teams’ Business Analysed
This morning, we heard about the plan put forward by Liverpool and Manchester United to reform the English football pyramid. On the face of it, it looks to be a good deal, with the EFL gaining the £250m they have been asking for from the Premier League as a bail-out. However, if we look deeper, … Continue reading Reaction to Liverpool and Manchester United’s plan to reform English football
The new Championship season is almost here, and three teams have joined the second division from the Premier League. Bournemouth, Watford and Norwich made their departures after all putting up fights to stay in the league, but with varying levels of success. In this article, we will look at how each team could do in … Continue reading Championship 2020/2021: How will the relegated teams do?
The new Premier League season is almost upon us, and we have three new teams who will be gracing our screens this season. Leeds United, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham have all made their returns to the top flight after different lengths of time away, and this article will see how all three of them … Continue reading Premier League 2020/2021: How will the newly promoted teams do?
Football has returned. Formula 1 has returned. Finally, it's the turn of rugby union to come back. Tonight, we will have the first fixture of the Gallagher Premiership since the league was suspended back on the 8th April. The first game back is Harlequins hosting Sale Sharks at the Twickenham Stoop. In this article, I … Continue reading Gallagher Premiership 2019/2020: All clubs analysed ahead of the restart
It has been a week and a half now since the Premier League season was finally brought to a conclusion after the extension due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now that fans have cheered, cried, smiled and sighed, I thought it was a good time to finish off my work on the season, before I start … Continue reading Premier League 2019/2020: Full Roundup
Sunday marks the last day of the Premier League for the 2019/2020 season. Like with the Championship on Wednesday, there is still a lot we need to sort out. There are places in the Champions League to allocate, and, at the other end, the relegation battle is still not sorted after a very tight and … Continue reading Premier League 2019/2020: Champions League and Championship places to be decided
This Wednesday sees the end of the 2019/2020 regular Championship season, with all teams having played all of their matches. Coronavirus saw that the season was protracted until now, virtually the end of July, but it has been worth the wait. We still have a lot to look forward to, and a lot of things … Continue reading Championship 2019/2020: Battles at the top and bottom