WITH nobody allowed near a Premier League turnstile and everyone being advised to adopt a simpler, more fulfilling life while they refrain from breathing the same air as their neighbour, non-league football may have a golden opportunity to win more … Continue reading Non-League football’s time may have arrived
SOUTH KOREA and the Faroe Islands started the ball rolling, but the football world will be closely watching how Germany’s Bundesliga fares next weekend. We want it to go well, if only because a setback – and the news of … Continue reading Bundesliga deserves our best wishes as the world watches
FOOTBALL’s enforced absence may seem trivial compared to the losses and suffering endured by people at the sharp end of the pandemic, but the crisis has the potential to transform the industry and leave it compromised by a wave of … Continue reading Football in the post-virus environment: Old habits disappearing?
FOOTBALL clubs at all levels are feeling the squeeze at the moment. When you hear that a huge organisation like Barcelona is having financial pressure and their players have taken a pay cut, then you know the game is in … Continue reading Non-League should use coronavirus as a time for reinvention
JUST before the UK government locked down the nation and brought football to a close, I visited Salford City and indulged in something of a rare experience – standing on the terraces at a Football League game. Like many fans, … Continue reading Safe-distance football terracing – a post-virus solution?
ACCORDING TO some red top papers, Burnley are going to be bankrupt in August. There’s no denying that football at all levels is going to face a financial squeeze in the coming months as revenue streams dry-up, but Burnley’s position … Continue reading Burnley – keep calm and avoid the tabloids