It was the 85th minute of last night’s Champions League tie between Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, and the home side were clinging on to what little dignity they had remaining. Finding themselves 3-1 down, they had conceded three away goals and, had fans been allowed in the Camp Nou, would surely have been subject to … Continue reading Barcelona’s wounds are deep, and they won’t heal until they let Messi go →
Leeds United travelled to London for their first game of 2021 and were soundly beaten by a typical Tottenham Hotspur performance; Leeds had the most of the ball and created a roughly equal number of chances, but fell to a 3-0 loss. Just four days prior, Marcelo Bielsa’s side had romped to a 5-0 win … Continue reading Do entertaining performances really deserve more praise than ‘boring’ defensive performances? →
According to WhoScored.com, Manchester United’s style of play is characterised by “attacking down the left”. This has become a well-documented phenomenon over the previous few months; why do a team with a such a wealth of offensive talent focus their efforts so heavily down one side of the park? Is it a deliberate choice from … Continue reading Why Manchester United shouldn’t favour the left flank →
Manchester United managers need to be built a certain way. Taking charge of one of the most highly scrutinised clubs in the world is no mean feat; pressure from fans is intense, criticism from the media is a given and success is a must. With the way Ole Gunnar Solskjaer handles his press appearances, however, … Continue reading Solskjaer’s press conferences are a mark of his ineptitude →
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Hi, I’m Kris. I’m a fourth year journalism student at the University of Stirling and an aspiring football writer.
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