Lessons From Leppings Lane: Hillsborough. Thirty Years On

96. The number that will forever be bonded to the city of Liverpool. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster. When, on April 15th 1989, 96 people were crushed to death in Britain's worst sporting disaster. For the families of the victims it has been three decades of pain,

Liverpool vs Porto: Champions League quarter-final preview

Liverpool will play Porto in the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The Reds were the first English side out of the hat and will play their first leg at home to the Portuguese champions on April 9-10, with the return leg scheduled across April 16-17. The winners of the tie will face either

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

Tottenham supporters will surely have fond memories of Garth Crooks as he helped them secure back-to-back FA Cup success in the eighties, which also included an equalising goal in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City in the 1981 final. Crooks was also part of the Spurs squad who lifted the 1984

Since 1955 Podcast: Super Spurs, problems at United, Chelsea host Barca

https://soundcloud.com/user-821454638/since-1955-first-leg-recappreview Fellow Gazette writers Will Pearse and Shane Murphy joined me to chat about an insane first week of Champions League round of 16 matchups and what lies ahead this week! Talking Tottenham's huge result in Turin, Madrid's thriller against PSG, Mourinho's problems at Old Trafford, and look ahead to Chelsea v

“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