Losing My Favourite Game: ‘Fenton! Fenton! Oh, Jesus Christ!’ with Dave Black

With football now being talked about on television and online in the past tense (unless you’re a fan of the Belarusian Premier League), supporters old and new have been whiling away their time in lockdown with some sweet slices of nostalgia (or history lessons for the youngsters) on the post-1992 origins of the sport. Last […]

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Losing My Favourite Game: ‘Saints and Sinners’ with Alan McCredie

Last weekend’s Scottish Cup Quarter-Finals saw Aberdeen secure their place as losing semi-finalists to Celtic, while Hibernian will face a tasty-looking Edinburgh derby thanks to Hearts’ shock victory over Rangers. The Gorgie Boys have been rooted to the bottom of the Scottish Premiership for most of the season, but Oliver Bozanic’s goal extinguished Steven Gerrard’s […]

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Losing My Favourite Game: ‘Cachavacha: Dream Snatcher’ with Geoff Pruce

Much like every domestic cup competition across Europe, the Europa League seems to have lost its shine in recent years. Stalking in the shadow of its dominant brother, watching on as giants of the game like Barcelona, Liverpool and Juventus battle it out for ‘A Proper Trophy’, whilst simultaneously welcoming the cheap offcuts that aren’t […]

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Losing My Favourite Game: ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ with Alex Dieker

The Champions League makes its long-awaited return next week, but sadly for fans of football purism, one of last season’s outstanding sides won’t be contesting the round of 16. Ajax wowed everyone on their way to a last-gasp defeat to Tottenham Hotspur in the semi-finals of the competition last time out, playing the kind of […]

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