11 May 2018

The Baggies View

After Palace’s opening four Premier League matches of this campaign they had accumulated zero points and scored zero goals. The summer appointment of Dutch legend Frank de Boer was starting to look like some sort of horrible joke. Going from Sam Allardyce to Frank de Boer in one swift motion

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12 Aug 2016

The Baggies View

As my friend Sam recently put it on his piece for our website, Baggies Facts that was back online this week; ‘You may feel a slight tickle in your tummies. You may also be experiencing a sense of interest, this my friends… is hope.’ Hope is something us Albion fans on

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25 May 2016

Review Of A Breathtaking Premier League Season

What an absolutely breath-taking season that was. Not even the most glass half full optimistic Leicester City fan could have predicted what was to come for their club during 2015/16, let alone anyone else. Congratulations to the Foxes on upsetting the apple cart to a level that nobody could seriously

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11 May 2016

Regardless Of The Past, Safe Standing Has To Be The Future

This week I wish to discuss something slightly outside of my usual Premier League remit. It was alleged by Scottish newspaper the Daily Record that Celtic Chief Executive Peter Lawwell had announced plans for them to introduce safe standing for fans as of next season. Following those sentiments, Hillsborough campaigner

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05 May 2016

Bring Back Discipline For The Good Of The Game

First of all, I’m sure anyone and everyone reading this would like to join me in congratulating Leicester City on what is probably the biggest team sporting success in history. That is no understatement. What they have done surpasses Brian Clough’s Nottingham Forest in my opinion. Football now is a

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06 Apr 2016

No Doubt Kante Really Can

All the talk at the start of this week has been about Conte, the Italian due to take over as Chelsea manager next season. Instead though, I want to talk about Kante, the superb Leicester City midfielder. First name N’Golo, born in Paris in 1991 the newly capped French international

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27 Mar 2016

Players Need More Education From Young Age

The story surrounding former Manchester City and Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson is one that you all no doubt know about. I am not going to try and give you any kind of opinion on the finer details of that whole particular story. I do not think I am qualified enough

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16 Mar 2016

Thirty Is Plenty Was Not The Deal

I want to talk about the recent announcement that Premier League away tickets would be capped at thirty pounds for at least three years starting from next season. It was seen by many as a win for the fans who have protested against the cost of match day ticket prices

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09 Mar 2016

Divers Will Not Prosper For Much Longer

It is rare anyone dives nowadays. I mean it is 2016. All this technology we have access to is clearly being put to good use in the game we all love, and we certainly should not take it for granted. (Keep reading…) I mean look at Palace’s game at home

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03 Mar 2016

So Called Big Clubs Need To Take Their Medicine

So Leicester City ‘drop’ two points at the hands of lowly West Bromwich Albion, and Arsenal, Spurs and even Manchester City fans are clapping their hands in glee. The opportunity is there for them to now go and win the Premier League. NO, NO, NO. The league title is not

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