Are Man Utd trying to make us take our eye off the ball?

Manchester United have announced they are launching their first ever professional women's team, with their home games to be played at Man Utd’s AON Training Complex. The Salford based club insist they have applied to the FA for a licence to Join the WSL as early as next season, when

Don’t Crack Podcast: Episode 9 – Myth Busting & Beards with Hugh Woozencroft

In the ninth addition of the Don't Crack Podcast we are joined by BBC Sport journalist and Twitter phenomenon Hugh Woozencroft! Sporting myths are this weeks theme, and we also talk about team branding and why the beard is making a comeback in newsrooms across the country. LISTEN TO THE PODCAST BELOW: Adam

“People pay subscriptions and licensing fees to hear articulate insight”: Garth Crooks on football punditry and his playing career

Garth Crooks opens up to the Sports Gazette by discussing his insights about the state of football punditry, and reflects on his professional career which spanned for 14 years in the English game. Tottenham supporters will surely have fond memories of the striker as he helped the North London club secure

Don’t Crack Podcast: Episode 8 – VARst Differences

Don't Crack is back for 2018! In the eighth addition the boys and two guests have a lively discussion about one of most contentious debates in football today: Video Assistant Referee (VAR) For this episode we were joined by Sports Gazette editor Nick Friend and returning guest Iman Alaouie. LISTEN TO PODCAST

Rainbow laces: Premier league players can do more

On the 28th  November, after 20 attempts, Australia passed a same sex marriage bill. On the 16th  November, 2015 Ireland did the same. Days like these make you think the world has changed. It has moved on from long held, conservative ideals, that serve to restrict people and make them feel

Gianfranco Zola: “Managing Chelsea would be a dream”

"Managing Chelsea would be a dream for me, I am not hiding it." Gianfranco Zola has set the bar high, given that unlike his glittering playing career, his managerial one has been one to forget. It has undoubtedly been an underwhelming journey that ended with a miserable spell at Birmingham City

“I just knew in my bones that I’d get another chance to finish it off”: Michael Thomas and co captured in new documentary: 89

“Something happened that everybody said was impossible.”  These were the words of Lee Dixon, speaking at the premiere of 89, a new documentary film that tells the story of Arsenal’s fabled last-minute league win over Liverpool in 1989.  Dixon - an executive producer of the film and full back in that championship