November 29, 2010
November 20, 2010
November 16, 2010
November 11, 2010
An avid sports fan since a young age, my enthusiasm far outweighed my talent.
My key areas of interest are football (soccer), ice hockey (NHL and British Elite League) and the more gently paced game of cricket.
Hope you will like it.
The great debate is back! This one looks at the latest David Beckham saga: does he have a future with England? Capello doesn't seem to think so, but I disagree!
I also ask whether Beckham deserves a farewell game, and whether Capello was right to break the news in the manner that he did, and more! Come and give your views on the matter, your opinion would be greatly appreciated!
Have a look
Hey Mate, I wrote a article on Frank Ribery,
Check it if you are free
250 not out! Here's my story so far on bleacher report! Check it out - you could well be mentioned!
The Underestimated Importance of Football Agents
For some the roles of agents keep football the billion pound industry it is across the world today.
For others agents are unnecessary commodities that suck millions of pounds out of the game each year at the expense of the sport. Which Side do you sit on?
Be sure to leave your opinion Andrew!
Sky Sports To Lose Premier League Rights To ESPN In 2009?
A bidding war is about to commence for the right to show EPL matches and ESPN's interest is making Ricky O'Neal very uncomfortable...
Check out the latest article and feel free to voice an opinion!
The latest Player Duel is out. This time it's two of Man United's biggest legends - Bobby Charlton v George Best! Leave a comment to vote!
My latest And Another Thing, this time about Gareth Southgate, is out:
I would really love it if you could take a look, and any comments you have I would be glad to hear!
Hi Andrew, I've published my response to the Open Mic, I'd appreciate it if you could check the article out:
In it I examine the problems - and advantages - brought about by the amount of money in the Premier League as a result of it’s success and popularity, with a focus on the foreign ownership of clubs and the changing nature of the relationship between clubs and fans.