Month: May 2011

  • Nobby Solano signs for Hartlepool

    This sees Nobby back in the North East as a footballer again, showing that this is the area he most likes to be in. Such a fantastic signing for Hartlepool as I am sure he has what it takes to play at that level and really push the club forward. I plan on going to […]

  • 2010/11 Season Review

    First season back into Premier League (where we belong, I must add) and obviously at the start of the season we were very much tipped to go straight back down. We did not really make many signings or at least proven in the Premiership players. We brought in James Perch who became quite the scapegoat amongst […]

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  • Newcastle 3-3 West Brom

    Last game of the season fell at St James Park, seeing West Brom being the visiting team. Already safe for the premier league next season. The game started as everyone would expect it, not really much happening and that last game of the season feel to it. Nothing to play for . . . well […]

  • Referee first to get abuse!

    After going to watch the under 12 boys team I have been coaching play on Wednesday night, it got me thinking how bad the referee being shouted at is. But it gets worse than that, the guy who was shouting was supposed to be in charge of the team. Yet every single little thing that […]

  • Type of boots?

    A few things which have happened over the weekend got me thinking about the different type of football boots, or that should be more the different stud type in football boots. Specifically for the different surfaces playing on and that we must remember to educate our players about when to wear them! Let’s face it we are […]

  • Why the launch of the WSL is great for girls football!

    The WSL launches today with the first game being shown live on ESPN from 5pm. Not only is this a massive stepping stone for women’s football it should aid the development of girls who play football too! If they are encouraged to watch the WSL of course! It is a must though, while obviously watching […]