MILLWALL continued to be unprofitable in 2020-21, recording their biggest ever loss as the affects of the pandemic came to the fore. The Lions lost £ 13.8 million before tax, an increase on 2019-20’s £ 10.9 million deficit. However, because … Continue reading Millwall suffer covid hit, but remain realistic
THIS TIME around, Jürgen Klopp has a point, with all that’s going on, the fixture list is less than sympathetic to footballers as they cope with the latest wave of the pandemic. While most of Britain is being told to … Continue reading Players and their jabs – do they not have some obligation?
NO MATTER how much Real Madrid’s fans might be enjoying Barcelona’s economic discomfort at the moment, even the most ardent merengue must realise that in some respects, Real need Barca to keep them on their toes. The competition between the two football … Continue reading Widening the gap: Real Madrid’s resilience
THERE have been many books on the state of football and how the game needs to reinvent itself to meet the challenges of an uncertain future. Some are politically motivated and lack real objectivity, others suffer from the brush strokes … Continue reading Football Read Review: More than a game by Mark Gregory
IT still feels like something of a novelty at the moment, but the 2021-22 season has been quite enjoyable so far. It has been great to be back inside stadiums and experiencing a proper matchday atmosphere. But there is something … Continue reading Football and the pandemic: Back in the grounds, maybe – but for how long?
WHEN you work it out, the last season of normal football was 2018-19 and by the time everything starts again, it will be three years since that last pre-Covid campaign got underway. So that’s the final weeks of 2019-20 and … Continue reading Freedom football: The fan experience may have changed