Tag Archives: soccer

Thank You Harry

Harry Kewell, thank you! I feel like I have written countless words about Harry Kewell over the years. Certainly it’s fair to say that as good as Kewell was, he wasn’t always loved and has been vexed by more than a few, but the truth, in my opinion – Kewell is our greatest contribution to […]

The Debt-Ache of the Bolton Wanderers

English Championship football club, Bolton Wanderers, have recently announced that they are in dept of £163.8m (AUD$304.35m). Parent company, Burnden Leisure PLC, have released a statement containing its figures for the year that ended in June 2013. In the club’s first season in the Championship (after being relegated from the Premier League) the group made […]

Changing of the Guard

The current ladder for the English Premier League looks pretty different to what we have become accustomed to this far into the season, that much is certain. Sure, it’s not like Crystal Palace and Norwich are leading the league or anything and it’s also not like Chelsea and Man City are fighting a relegation battle, […]

A Season to Capitalise

This weekend the 2013/14 A-League Season gets underway and something I can say this year, which I couldn’t until last year was that I am legitimately excited. As I have written about before, the 2012/13 season was a massive success for the FFA and the A-League in what was a make or break year, due […]

Life Without Philippe

Liverpool started the English Premier League with three successive one-nil victories to sit atop the ladder with a perfect record. The fact that the team hadn’t conceded a goal in that time was certainly impressive, but frankly the performances themselves were nothing to write home about. Daniel Sturridge has started the season in blistering goal […]