Nottingham Forest boss Sabri Lamouchi has penned a new two year deal at the City Ground. The news comes less than 24 hours before Forest…View More Sabri Lamouchi signs new two-year deal with Nottingham Forest
As the Aston Villa and Sheffield United players walked (separately) on to a pristine looking Villa Park pitch, it was easy to think that the…View More Let’s not kid ourselves, football isn’t really back yet
Notts County have been given a welcome boost after it was confirmed they would be competing in the play-offs. The National League declared that the…View More Notts County given promotion hope as play-offs receive green light
The ITV documentary that celebrates some England legends, something that is a laugh to watch but also look at some of the issues our favourite…View More TV Review: Harry’s Heroes – Euro Having a Laugh
We still await the return of the Premier League with bated breath, but for now the German Bundesliga will do just fine. The Korean League…View More Football makes a welcome return
The hot topic in football at the moment is whether or not the Premier League season will reach a conclusion. Three of our writers debated…View More How should the Premier League season be ended?
Notts County’s remaining eight National League fixtures have been cancelled, it has been confirmed. The Magpies are keen for an immediate return to the Football…View More County’s fury at National League suspension
The recent release of Sunderland Till I Die’s latest series on Netflix has made us wonder what previous seasons would be worthy of a documentary.…View More City, United and the title race that went to the last kick
A veteran of 85 England appearances stretching over 12 years from 1995 to 2007, there can be no doubting Gary Neville’s quality. But if a…View More From Neville to Alexander-Arnold: how the role of the right back has changed
Sport is often seen as a form of escapism, a way of forgetting what is going on in the outside world. Recently, the two worlds…View More “Keep calm and carry on”- how the famous British wartime slogan may have not been the right response to this particular crisis.