A Christmas XI of current Premier League players

Grab yourself a plate of Tur-Ki Sung-yeung, a side of Marko Ar-sprout-ovic and drizzle some Gravy Propper over it and tuck in to this Christmas XI of current Premier League players. Co-managed by Sean Mince Pyche and Eddie Snowe (ha...), this band of merry men might not survive the rigours of English

Christmas Cheer: The Joy of the Premier League festive period

Christmas is approaching, and as December 25th nears, shops get busier and panic sets in as people begin to realise just how little time they've left to complete their shopping. Drinks — such as mulled wine or snowballs — make their customary rare appearances and fly off the shelves. Wherever you go, the

Behind the stats: An inside look at Opta Stats

Did you know that there are only two players in Premier League history to score a penalty with both feet? Bobby Zamora and Obafemi Martins, not exactly who you were expecting. Or that Manchester United have been behind for 395 minutes of games this season? Only the bottom three have been

Manchester United’s decline since 2013 – what do the stats say?

November will always be a special month for Manchester United supporters. November 6th marks 32 years since Sir Alex Ferguson was appointed as the club’s new manager in 1986, and he signed a young Eric Cantona from Leeds United on November 26th 1992. Under Ferguson, United became England’s most successful football

The Asian Football List 2018: why representation matters

The Asian Football List recognises individuals across five different categories for their contribution in the football industry. Sports Gazette spoke to three of the winners about their experiences as a minority and why representation matters.  When Sonia Randev decided to organise the event, she only had one mission in mind:

LGBTQ in sport: A colourful future

Although Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual and Queer (LGBTQ) people have long had a presence in sport that presence has evolved significantly in recent times. Jose Bourbon, Matthew Bowers, Louis Olvera and James Pike look at the status of LGBTQ acceptance and inclusion across sport in the U.K. and beyond.   Gay