• The Premier League’s Opening Weekend Fails To Disappoint

    Rhys Thomas No draws, 34 goals, and the reinstatement of full stadiums: the Premier League returned in fantastic form. Success for newly promoted sides, familiar woes for some, and a shock defeat for the champions ensured a fast start to a promising season. Rhys Thomas offers an overview of...
  • The Return of Fans to Professional Sport- My Experience

    Matt Cotter Having been fortunate enough to obtain a ticket for Aston Villa’s final Premier League game of the 2020/2021 season, I look to share my first-hand experience of what the return to live sport entails and how impactful the COVID-19 Pandemic has been on the process. 1 Year,...
  • Intramural Sport – Nottingham’s Best Kept Secret

    Josh Collins The journey to the game, pre-match tunes hyping the players up. The team talks focussing on group unity and playing as a tight-knit team. The intense 90 minutes of long balls, tackles galore and the subs bench acting as manager. A far cry from the Champions League,...
  • Could English Football Clubs Adopt A 50+1 Rule?

    Josh Collins The fallout from the failed European Super League project has led for increased calls for clubs in England to adopt the so-called ‘50+1 rule’ which would see fans owning a majority of their football clubs. The rule, which has been in place in the German Bundesliga since...
  • Six English Teams To Join Controversial New European Super League

    Josh Collins England’s ‘Big 6’ football teams announced in a statement that they intend to join the European Super League, a new club competition set to commence “as soon as possible.” Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea join Spanish sides Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico...
  • Half Time Discussion: In The Strangest Premier League Season, How Do Things Stand So Far?

    Matthew Cotter Now over half-way through, the Premier League table is starting to take shape. Undoubtedly, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt throughout the footballing pyramid. Outbreaks at a handful of Premier League team facilities has meant a build-up of fixtures due to postponements. This, alongside...
  • Frank Lampard Sacked As Chelsea Manager; Thomas Tuchel Set To Replace Him

    Joe Holmes-Milner Chelsea have sacked manager Frank Lampard. The former midfielder and club legend was relieved of his duties following a run of two wins in eight Premier League matches. His final match was Sunday’s FA Cup fourth-round win against Luton. Former PSG and Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel...