Across the top of the screen floated a banner, pulled by a little aeroplane: IN ARSENE WE TRUST.
The FA has ignored the concerns of fans and lower league clubs in favour of the interests of the wealthiest soccer interest – once again showing it’s mostly concerned about serving the already-powerful.
Where will the fans park then?
The novelist and comedian on anti-Semitism in football, a night out in Pocklington and plans for his 50th.
Once Wigan scored, though, it was a different story: the affable familes were suddenly full of hate and fury.
Of all the managers who have been sacked this season in the premier league, David Moyes can have perhaps the fewest complaints.
Football fans have always had a keen sense of the ridiculous.
When I’m making poached eggs, I crack the shells cautiously but this makes me more likely to mess up.
According to Runner's World, a woman needs some pink trainers and a dog if she is to stay safe while jogging.
For years, his teammates and the whole world mocked his silly, high-pitched voice, suggesting he was a bit simple, making endless jokes about his stupidity. Now, he sounds clear and low and serious.
The work of the Liverpool Supporters’ Union, known as Spirit of Shankly, is a much-needed good news story in modern football.
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