World Cup recap part 1 – the group stage by Daniel Dwamena

Russia 2018 World Cup Diary – Group Stage Many World Cups have passed and they just seem to fly by ever so quickly. There is so much football played, that though we have watched a lot of it, whether it has been seeing the game Read More …

Divorce, court battles and co-parenting. Review of Charlie Albert’s book ‘Whispers of hope‘ – by Ana Swartz

When Elliott asked the MFF team who wanted to do a review of the book ‘I just want to see my child! – Whispers of Hope‘ by Charlie Albert, I felt this was my call. Being a child of divorce myself and living in a Read More …

World Cup 2018: Have England picked the right squad?! By Daniel Dwamena

World Cup 2018: Have England picked the right squad?! The 2018 World Cup is almost upon us. You know, the time when we tell ourselves that England do not stand any chance of winning the tournament, but somehow get pulled in to think that we Read More …

An in-depth chat with US rapper Brother Ali – by James Roach

  After a five year hiatus, socially aware intellectual heavyweight and US rapper, Brother Ali, was in London to perform on the UK leg of his “Own Light” tour. Brother Ali is expecting his third child in December, so I took the opportunity to pick Read More …

Which manager is next to go? – By Daniel Dwamena

Which Premiership Manager will be next to leave their post? Here we are, only in December, not even halfway through the 38 game season and amazingly already a quarter of the teams in the Premier League have made a change to the manager of their Read More …

Competition: win a Socceristic Board Game!

What better way to spend quality time with the family than with a football themed board game? These days we spend so much time buried in technology, we need to take a break, disconnect our minds and do it old skool every so often. We are giving Read More …

What it’s really like to be a professional football player – by Dean Holness

Hi, my name is Dean Holness I’m an ex professional footballer who has played in the English and Swedish football league. This was a few years ago as I’m now the ripe old age of 41 and hoping the old saying is true, that life Read More …

LONG READ: The death of the old school Full Back (by Saffa Kallon)

I had a friend called Jide (I like to think that I still have a friend called Jide but we haven’t properly spoken in a while – Love you mate!).  He’s a Liverpool fan, like myself, and played up front for Arsenal youth. He was Read More …

What The Euros Mean To Me: Filling The Void

It’s 8pm Saturday 21st May 2016. You’ve just watched the FA Cup final either as a neutral or, as a fan of either side and, if you’re a true football fan, whether you are in a pub dissecting the game with your friends or, if Read More …