Family & football: the modern day agent

Football has come along way since the days of Bobby Moore and nothing more so than the business side of it. Sponsorships, wages, image rights, shirts sales, bonuses, transfers and much more.This is all way too much for a top level player to handle and Read More …

Kick it out? I really wish you would – By Saffa Kallon

In light of the recent case regarding Mark Sampson, the former England Ladies Head Coach, Eni Aluko and Drew Spence I asked myself, what exactly is the purpose of Kick it Out!? The below is from their website: Kick It Out is football’s equality and 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 …

Premier League Season Preview – Pt.2 (M-Z) – by Daniel Dwamena

Part 2 of the season preview sees teams ‘M-W’ going under the microscope. Manchester City Last Season – 3rd City manager Pep Guardiola started off his first season in England just like we thought he would and then things went a bit pear shaped. City Read More …

Can top clubs develop young talent AND achieve success?

In the modern world of football, is it possible for the top clubs to achieve success AND nurture their young talent? Is it possible to find the balance between spending big and developing young players while winning trophies? The recent resigning of Pogba at United Read More …

The bigger they come, the harder they fall: How the UK media can write a football manager’s destiny

The Premier League is going to be very exciting next season. We’ve got 3 new managers in Mourinho, Guardiola and Conte joining a host of proven Premier League managers such as Klopp, Pochettino, Wenger and Ranieri. There’s no doubt that the Premier League if the Read More …