Another week has passed, and none of us achieved anything to further the human race. But we did get to watch some football, so that’s nice. Also Ben is away, so I get a chance to continue being anti-Liverpool with … Continue reading
After the excessive self-congratulation of the Olympics, it was comforting to be able to return to a sport where cheating, widespread drug abuse and commercial censorship isn’t the norm. Unfortunately, for a weekend overflowing with goals and strange results, we … Continue reading
A look ahead at what is likely to be a season of change on one side of Stanley Park. (Everton will most likely continue to be fairly poor (£) and a bit grim to watch.)
Witty joke about seeing the future, assertion that my unfounded opinion is fact, topical joke. Go.
One of football’s greatest strengths is its ability to bring people together, uniting them regardless of race, colour, gender, age or education in the common interest of beating that other team in the differently coloured shirt. Unfortunately, this all falls … Continue reading
I am hoping for civility at tomorrow’s game between Liverpool and Manchester United. While I’m surely far from the only one hoping that the game itself is interesting enough to get people talking, my real wish is that people simply … Continue reading