Norwich City’s victory over Blackburn Rovers confirmed their promotion back to the Premier League after a three year absence, following a remarkable season that not even the most optimistic Canaries fan could have predicted. On a shoestring budget, with a squad largely comprised of bargains and academy graduates, head coach Daniel Farke turned the Norfolk […]Read More The House That Farke Built: How Norwich City’s Trust in the Deutsch Technique Reaped the Ultimate Reward.
“Entertainment has to be high on the agenda for the new manager. We want to pass out from the back but they have to have a plan B and a plan C if necessary and they’ve got to know how to grind out results when needed.” In a rare on-screen interview with the club’s website, […]Read More There’s More To Life Than This: Why Ipswich Town Should Have No Regrets for Thinking Big.
The 2017/18 season celebrates 25 years of the Premier League. To mark the occasion we’ll be taking a look at some of the more off-kilter moments from each season. After a steady decline it looked as though Aston Villa’s time in the Premier League was coming to an end, with a string of dreadful results […]Read More PL25: Bitter Tweet Symphony (2015/16)
The 2017/18 season celebrates 25 years of the Premier League. To mark the occasion we’ll be taking a look at some off the more off-kilter moments from each year of the Premier League. This time out we’re looking at the 1993/94 season, when a Silver Fox bit off more than he could chew. The inaugural […]Read More PL25: These Boots Are Made For Walker (1993/94)
After an action packed August it’s time to look back at the first month of season in the EFL, and who better to cast their cataracts over all the lower league action than Saint and Greavsie. Since the end of their eponymous show in 1992, Ian St. John and Jimmy Greaves have been regulars on […]Read More The August EFL Round-Up with Saint and Greavsie