Everton’s season – and potentially their Premier League future – has been tossed into turmoil by the revelation that the Toffees have been deducted 10 league points. The stunning development comes on foot an investigation having found the Goodison Park Club to be in breach of financial regulations. What’s bound to anger blues boss Sean… Read More Dyche’s men plunged into a ditch
It appears delusional Tottenham Hotspur supporters will have to wind their necks in and, more than likely, be made to look very silly. With almost pompous arrogance, fans of the underwhelming North London club were bleating that Ange Postecoglou wasn’t “good enough” to manage their club and that they “deserved better”. Who do they think… Read More Spurs appear to have Post delivered
Many years ago, I made the naive mistake of riling up a Glasgow Celtic supporter. Not in a remotely sectarian way. Just regarding the merits – or lack thereof as was the viewpoint here – of Aiden McGeady remaining with the hoops rather than going to a ‘better’ club. You can dress it up any… Read More There are none so blind as those who do not wish to see
Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhinnney could possibly be foisting their Welsh football revolution on one of the supposedly biggest clubs in England, on foot of last night’s FA Cup Fifth Round draw. Now read on… Should football’s most unlikely owners see their side advance past Sheffield United in next Wednesday’s replay at Bramall… Read More FA Cup Fifth Round Draw
The Metropolitan Police in the UK announced on Tuesday night that an arrest had been made following the fracas at the end of Sunday’s North London Derby between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. Joseph Watts (35) of Hackney, London, was charged with “Assault by beating, going on to an area adjacent to a playing area and… Read More Man charged with Aaron Ramsdale assault
The most plausible answer to the above pondering is, most likely, when people run out of patience. Which, in top level sport, happens with the rapidity Boris Johnson’s gaffes once provided Russell Howard with material and the rest of us with comic relief. In some cases, though, one can’t help feeling that the impatience is… Read More When do reasons simply become excuses?
Republic Of Ireland defender Darragh Lenihan has completed his transfer from Blackburn Rovers to fellow Championship hopefuls Middlesbrough. While the 28-year-old’s decision to leave Ewood Park – where he had been club Captain – might raise a few eyebrows, it’s clear Rovers didn’t appreciate the asset they had on their books. Plenty of others did,… Read More Lenihan revives Dunboyne Riverside connection
Just a few short years ago, Darragh Lenihan became the first Meath man to be capped by the Republic Of Ireland at Senior level. Thereafter, a bit like the scenario with the busses, quickly enough thereafter Jamie McGrath from Athboy became the second. The chances of there being a third surely improved this week after… Read More Dunboyne’s Keeley Premier League Bound
Rep. Of Ireland… 1 Lithuania… 0 Sometimes things happen in life which, with the fullness of time, emerge as a clear sign of what was to come in its wake. For example, having spent two hours on a soccer pitch in Wales practising it the week before, it was as if Sean Boylan and Meath… Read More Parrott chimes into Kenny’s uplifting chorus
Though it might be hard to believe, we’ve arrived at the 13th incarnation of our weekly Fitness Testing, hopefully it will be a lucky one for those of you who give it a go.