The standard of refereeing has never been lower - officials must be held to account.
Disney's woke writing team has ruined another legendary Star Wars character - The Book of Boba Fett was a catastrophic failure.
Half-time, 1-0. Manchester United are a goal to the good away at Burnley after Paul Pogba’s ruthless finish, and their opponents are yet to have a shot on goal. Ralf Rangnick’s side should be two or three ahead, and they would be if it weren’t for at least one appalling decision from the officials. Cue … Continue reading Manchester United are the worst Premier League side for encouraging the opposition
As four 0-0 scorelines across the Premiership at half-time proved, there were never bound to be a flurry of exhilarating matches tonight. However, for 73 minutes, Motherwell and Hibernian actually did a valiant job of defying the weather and putting on a decent show. For the most part, this wasn’t a bad game. Hibs had … Continue reading Motherwell 0-0 Hibernian: A moment of madness ruined an otherwise watchable game
For all its moments of brilliance, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has had its fair share of villain problems over the years. Now, Phase 4 has brought a new one along entirely; a tiny fraction of antagonists can actually be classed as villains. The culmination of the Hawkeye series ended an enjoyable show which still managed … Continue reading Marvel has a new villain problem
Marvel’s Hawkeye fired the studio’s final arrow of 2021, and came close to epitomising the studio’s yearly efforts in a single television show; it was packed full of high highs and low lows, but finally settled somewhere in the middle. Jeremy Renner’s return as Avenger Clint Barton didn’t quite take the marvellous risk that WandaVision … Continue reading Hawkeye: Marvel’s final 2021 project hit the target… just
I don’t really know where to start, because I don’t think there is a good place to begin. Nothing can do what has happened justice, and the shock and sadness everyone will be enduring at the moment cannot be put into words. Mike Boyd’s recent passing is a prime example of just how cruel the … Continue reading A thank you to our football coach
Goals can cloud our judgement on how well players and teams have actually performed.
Thirty-one minutes had been played of Manchester City’s 5-2 win over Southampton when Alex McCarthy miscontrolled in his own box. City starlet Phil Foden raced on to the ball, nipping it past, and subsequently being caught by, the goalkeeper’s outstretched foot. Foden fell to the ground, but valiantly pulled himself up and tried to finish … Continue reading Everything wrong with football in 2021
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