Friday, July 10, 2020

Football’s coming home: EURO 2016 edition

Writers Charlie Wood, Dom Gibbons and Richard Hunter look at the home nations prospects.

A Scot playing in Marseille: The unusual case of Steven Fletcher

Sam Connolly takes a look at the interesting case of Steven Fletcher, one of very few British footballers plying his trade abroad.

Claudio Ranieri and Leicester: a unique combination

Shortly after Leicester City’s Champions League loss to Sevilla Kasper Schmeichel, Wes Morgan, Marc Albrighton, and Jamie Vardy were summoned to a meeting with...

2016: New Year, New Hopes

2015 brought many highs and lows for our sports teams and 2016 promises much of the same, although they will be hoping for more highs than lows.

Saints rampant as they hammer five past Aberdeen

St Andrew's Men's football team were rampant last week as they beat Aberdeen 5-1 to advance in the cup.

Will this be the year Liverpool end their title drought?

Deputy Sport editor Henry Mallin discusses his beloved Liverpool and whether the exciting start to the season under Jurgen Klopp has laid the foundations for a successful title challenge.

The sick man of Europe

The sick man of Europe was the rather apt stick used to beat Britain with during the 1970s when this sceptered isle was gripped...

Should we stand up or sit down?

The sports editor tackles one of the most contentious issues in football today - that of standing at matches

Confederations Cup group A preview

Peter Thorp previews the countries in group A of the Confederations Cup

Football Club in the Community

Sport has the power to unite. As we’ll all have seen by now, the way the entire football community rallied round Leicester City and...