• Karanka eases pressure with glorious win at the City ground

    The past four weeks has seen the Reds winless in five, with three defeats and two draws. Karanka’s job seemed to be under pressure after this run of results, particularly after their surrender of a 3-0 lead over Norwich, where they allowed the Canaries to score three minutes after...
  • Feature – Kibbo Records, ‘Stormy Clouds’

    I’m sure many of us students approaching the end of our degrees are now wondering ‘what will I do after University?’, ‘where will I go?’. For Hugo Trace (artist name: Kibbo Records), a University of Nottingham history graduate from the class of 2013, the answer was both teaching and...
  • Album Review – Kasabian: For Crying Out Loud

    Inspired by ‘Les-tah’s surprising Premier League title victory in 2016 as well as a return to the band’s typical dulcet tones after the experiment that was 48:13, Pizzorno and co. have created twelve joy-filled, easy to like anthems fit to grace your ears and any festival stages this summer....
  • Ranieri’s success was a thing of the past and he was jeopardising Leicester City’s present

    The overwhelming reaction to Leicester City’s sacking of Claudio Ranieri has been anger. ‘How on earth could the club sack the Italian just months after he delivered their greatest ever success?’ It was inevitable that Leicester would have a much more mediocre season this year, the pundits argue, and...
  • What will the summer transfer window mean for this year’s EPL title race?

    The Premier League is back, and this promises to be one of the most open title races in the history of the division, with the transfer window just closed. It is no exaggeration to say that anyone of seven teams could win it; long gone are the days of...
  • 2016/17 Premier League Preview: Can this season surprise us more than the last?

    After a summer of transfer sagas, surprising results in the Euros and the inauguration of new managers, the dust will shortly settle as the English Premier League returns to our weekend diaries this August. Amidst the instability prevalent in the country right now, the sorrows surrounding the world of...
  • The Fairytale of the Fantastic Foxes

    In May 2008, just 8 years ago, Leicester City were relegated to the third tier of English football, scoring just 42 goals, the least from any team in the Football League Championship that season. Now they will go down in Barclays Premier League, and sporting, history. The 5000-1 outsiders for...