Let’s face it, when it comes to sport, there’s nothing that we like better in the Broad Acres; throw in some decent beer and some proper food, and well, that’s us all happy. Cricket has, for more years than we can remember, been the biggest county level sport in Yorkshire with rugby (both codes) not […]
When you look at it, its probably not the question of the moment, but when you sit down and think, there’s definitely a case for the South being the slightly easier ride. For a start, the geographical distances involved travelling about the North add some extra burdens to the teams. Now that Blyth Spartans have […]
This article was originally written in March 2017 for the excellent North Ferriby Utd fanzine ‘View from the Allotment End’. Once again we get to this time of year when ground grading becomes a hot topic across non-league football. This year, it could impact promotion hopes as well as increase relegation fears, throwing playoffs into […]
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It’s that time of year again. No, not when I write my now seemingly annual article (sorry, I’ll try and get back to it!), but rather the time when clubs anxiously await their fate as to which division they’ll be competing in the following season. Why, though, does it…
From Mick Dennis of the Express. http://www.express.co.uk/comment/columnists/mick-dennis/446461/Let-s-stop-this-identity-theft Hull thrashed Liverpool on Sunday, for heaven’s sake. Doesn’t Allam deserve gratitude? Of course he does. But gratitude does not equal unthinking servitude.
As football is a big part of my life out of the office, I’ve decide to branch out into sharing my thoughts and views about the beautiful game. You may well disagree, hope you do, but share it, I like banter! Some of it will descend into life around Hampton & Richmond Borough FC, aka […]