BRAMALL LANE: Drawing Out The Season

As the football season heads into its final months of existence, there are fewer and fewer games with actual stakes. However, if one were to attend a match where promotion or relegation is still a possibility, every minute can dictate how an entire season concludes. The stakes couldn’t be higher. Sheffield United’s EFL Championship clash with Millwall had much on the line for both teams. … Continue reading BRAMALL LANE: Drawing Out The Season

ALEXANDRA STADIUM: A Frantic Finale

Football hasn’t been kind to me since the turn of the year. My opening blog post came from Salford City where Wrexham were comfortably beaten and things didn’t pick up in the following games. Consecutive defeats to Dover and Bromley left me reeling for a change. And with the Reds in FA Trophy action, it provided myself – and some of the Wrexham players – … Continue reading ALEXANDRA STADIUM: A Frantic Finale

PRIDE PARK: Promotion Party Poopers

Despite the two clubs being a sizeable distance apart, a rivalry has steadily built up between Derby and Cardiff over recent weeks. It stemmed from the decision to call off the original fixture between the pair last month because of snow. Derby said that their pitch was playable but the areas surrounding their stadium were a health and safety hazard. Cardiff, meanwhile, argued the Rams … Continue reading PRIDE PARK: Promotion Party Poopers

VILLA PARK: Convincing A Friend To Like Football

Heading into this top-of-the-table clash between Aston Villa and Cardiff, my mate told me: “If I don’t see a goal, I’m never going to a football game again.” That could seem like a harsh reaction but bear in mind, his first match was the goalless draw between Stoke and Watford in January… You can decide if it’s still over the top based on that context. … Continue reading VILLA PARK: Convincing A Friend To Like Football