Pier Pressure: Football fans with a difference

We get a bad rap don’t we, us football fans?  We’re all skinhead, racist, yobs if you ask a certain part of society, but the majority of those on the terraces week in week out will happily disprove that myth.  As is so often the case, the good news stories often get

“The potential it has and the ideas being put forward are amazing” – Ex-West Ham footballer Nathan Mavila gives the lowdown on Canada’s new Premier League

In June 2018, FIFA announced that the World Cup would be jointly hosted for only the second time in its history in 2026. The bid from the United States of America, Mexico and Canada convincingly beating out the challenge of Morocco by 134 votes to 65. While the first two countries

“An arms race has been started in a really good way” – Suzy Wrack on the impact WWC19 will have on women’s football coverage

Phil Neville said it best himself. “There were so many people there, it actually gave you a taste of how big this World Cup is going to be.” He was looking back on the drained figure that was leaving the La Seine Musicale in Paris after finding out his side would face

Phil Hay and Jon Mackenzie discuss Marcelo Bielsa’s impact at Leeds United

https://soundcloud.com/peter-white-185942145/phil-hay-and-jon-mackenzie-discuss-marcelo-bielsas-impact-at-leeds-united A week has passed since the city of Leeds blew a huge sigh of relief, as its football club announced head coach Marcelo Bielsa is to stay at Elland Road for at least another 12 months. With minimal changes to a playing squad that finished a lowly 13th in the previous campaign,

Frank Lampard discusses Chelsea return ahead of Championship play-off final

The Derby County manager has addressed speculation about his future ahead of the play-off final against Aston Villa on Monday. Lampard, who spent thirteen years playing for Chelsea, responded to the rumours by acknowledging the link was always going to be there. During Friday’s play-off final press conference, though, he said now

Brentford 2-0 Leeds: Whites automatic promotion hopes dealt a blow with defeat at Bees

Sergi Canos inspired Brentford to an impressive victory at Griffin Park that leaves Leeds with a huge mountain to climb in the fight for automatic promotion to the Premier League. Neal Maupay struck his 27th goal of the season on the stroke of half-time, before the impressive Canos doubled their lead shortly after the hour