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
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
Hello and welcome to a very special edition of Goalposts for Goalposts’ predictions, as for the first time ever, we don’t predict Premier League action. Instead, this week, it’s the turn of the FA Cup, a competition that still retains … Continue reading
In a new manner of post that I would probably describe as half meta-humour, half being incredibly lazy when it comes to thinking up new blog ideas, and the rest being pure inspiration, Goalposts for Goalposts presents coverage of Saturday’s … Continue reading
Yet again, the mists of time have parted, granting your correspondent a glimpse of the weekend ahead. In between the Italian cruise ships falling like dominoes and the end of Mayan civilisation lies a scintillating weekend of Premiership action, detailed … Continue reading
According to State Law I have to refer to these as predictions. However, they are only predictions in the same way that I ‘predict’ I’m going to spend the weekend filled with self-loathing, it’s inevitably what’s going to happen. Read … Continue reading