MANCHESTER CITY are now red hot favourites for the Premier League title and if the forecasts are accurate, it will be their fifth in 10 years and third in four campaigns. It is beginning to look like one-team dominance. But … Continue reading It’s Manchester City’s time, but eras of dominance have always existed
ON THE field of play, Manchester City overtook their neighbours United almost a decade ago, but in 2020-21, they became the first Premier League outfit to earn more than the team from Old Trafford. City’s revenues for 2020-21, totalling £ … Continue reading Manchester City are back in front and back in profit
MALCOLM Allison, one of the pivotal figures of the 1970s, once said that the period between 1967 and 1972 was one of British football’s golden ages. Anyone who lived through that half decade of action will doubtless recall some outstanding … Continue reading 72 Classic: Clough, Allison, Keegan and co. – why it was special
CHELSEA and Liverpool fought out a thrilling 2-2 draw at Stamford Bridge, highlighted by a stirring comeback from the home side who had gone two goals behind in the first 25 minutes. While the Blues deserved the plaudits for their … Continue reading When three became one – the Premier League may already be over for 2021-22
UEFA didn’t need a faux-pas at the Champions League draw. Already under scrutiny for the somewhat autocratic way they run European football, the governing body was left red-faced over its null and void draw, fuelling more criticism from those advocating … Continue reading Champions League: Premier League to dominate again
GOOD OLD fashioned entertainment, that’s what Liverpool’s 2-2 draw with Manchester City was all about. Two of the three best sides in the Premier League slugged it out for 90 pulsating minutes, there were some excellent goals, an intense atmosphere … Continue reading Liverpool v Manchester City – what would Pep’s side have done with a prolific striker?