Major football clubs need to create the right climate

RIGHT NOW, climate change is a very topical issue, and rightly so. If the scientists are correct, we may all face some serious issues in the relatively near future, issues that cannot be ignored or dismissed as scaremongering. Football has to ask itself what role it can play in combating climate change. We are told that there are three things that we most certainly do … Continue reading Major football clubs need to create the right climate

The right climate

RIGHT NOW, climate change is a very topical issue, and rightly so. If the scientists are correct, we may all face some serious issues in the relatively near future, issues that cannot be ignored or dismissed as scaremongering. Football has to ask itself what role it can play in combating climate change. We are told that there are three things that we most certainly do … Continue reading The right climate

Calling in on….Burgess Hill Town – wigwam bam

You could be forgiven for assuming that a trip to Burgess Hill Town is akin to visiting some sort of new age tribe. They play at the Green Elephants Stadium, their fans refer to them as “the Hillians” and there’s a big wigwam on the far side of the ground as you come through the gates. Are we at a world music festival? Is it … Continue reading Calling in on….Burgess Hill Town – wigwam bam

Calling in on….Dartford, fanfare for the wooden man!

The town of Dartford doesn’t mean a lot to most people. It lends its name to a tunnel, a crossing and, in 1943, it was the birthplace of one Michael Philip Jagger. It’s in the Kent hinterland and in many ways, mirrors Thurrock on the opposite side of the Thames Estuary. Other than Jagger, Dartford also has connections with a few notables: Malcolm Allison and … Continue reading Calling in on….Dartford, fanfare for the wooden man!