There are many reasons why football fans are passionate about their sport, but what most of them don’t realise is how many of those reasons football and bingo have in common.
So here is our comprehensive list of why football fans should love bingo! read more »
It has been another busy month in the world of football management, with gaffers up and the down the country beginning to feel the heat as the season’s halfway stage draws closer.
With Christmas now just around the corner, it is a vital time at which teams look to either improve their fortunes to avoid a relegation scrap in the second half of the year, or to maintain their positions towards the top of their respective leagues. read more »
When I was asked if I fancied a trip to London to watch Barnet v Cambridge United as a guest of the league sponsors, Skrill, my first reaction was “is it free?”. As soon as that was established, I booked the date in.
I was informed to wear a suit and tie and to meet in the hospitality lounge at The Hive, Barnet’s new ground. This was to be my first Conference game ever, and more importantly, the first football game I have attended in a suit as part of the prawn sandwich brigade. So, how does it differ from the average football experience? read more »
There were six managerial casualties in October’s Sack Race spanning across all four leagues in English football. The Premier League lost a character in Ian Holloway, while Tony Mowbray’s time at Middlesbrough finally came to an end.
League One experienced three departures with Gillingham, Sheffield United and Notts County all making a change in the dugout, while in League Two, Bury called time on Kevin Blackwell’s tenure at the club. read more »
There was a pouring of outrage, shock, confusion and relief last night as news emerged that Nigel Clough had been sacked as Derby County manager.
Judging by the majority of tweets and phone calls however – along with the thoughts of people such as Robbie Savage – anger and upset edge out happiness and excitement in the emotion stakes. But why? read more »