• Interview – DMA’s

    Impact sat down with DMA’s’ guitarist, Johnny Took, right before the band’s sold out show at Rock City. We discussed hangovers, the meaning of success, and what’s next for the band. You guys played Liverpool last night, how was that? JT: Errrrrrm… it was great. You had to think...
  • The club that has everyone loving futsal

    The University of Nottingham‘s futsal programme has earned a reputation as one of the most popular and exciting clubs on our campus. This has been highlighted by their large student engagement, significant attendances at fixtures and hosting the largest domestic futsal match in the UK during Varsity last year....
  • Interview with Circa Waves at Y Not Festival 2018

    Formed in Liverpool in 2013, Circa Waves are an indie rock band constantly growing in popularity, moving from small festival stages to main stages. Impact caught up with guitarist Joe Falconer and drummer Colin Jones before their main stage set at Y Not Festival to find out more about...
  • Do Chelsea have a chance at silverware?

    On the brink of another Premier League season, the 2018 summer transfer window has been a matter of ups and downs for teams in the English top tier. The likes of Liverpool have expanded on their squad, bringing in highly rated goalkeeper, Allison, for £67 million and solidified their...
  • Which Managers face Pressure in the Premier League?

    As the Premier League turns to its tenth game of the season, how have all the pre-season expectations unravelled? Whilst Arsenal fans have temporarily turned their finger away from Arsene Wenger, there has been plenty of heckling from disgruntled fans elsewhere. With Leicester, Crystal Palace and now Everton having...
  • Chelsea are stoppable, and Liverpool have the power to do it

    There is no point in denying it: Chelsea, notwithstanding their loss to Tottenham, are in imperious form. 13 wins in a row in any league is pretty good; in the Premier League, it is phenomenal. For Chelsea to beat both Manchester United and Manchester City so resoundingly in that time...
  • Are Southampton just a selling club or the masters of moneyball?

    In each summer transfer window from 2013 to 2016, Southampton have sold their best players to other Premier League clubs. Rather than entering a period of decline, however, after each exodus they seem to have actually become stronger. In successive seasons, Southampton have moved further up the table and...