Thanks to Peter Phillips from the Kop Table podcast for answering our questions for this week’s opposition view. How’s your season been so far? Apart from the blip we had against Burnley we have had a good start to the season with very good away wins at Arsenal and Chelsea. The players are playing with freedom
Saints fan George Galpin gives us the lowdown on Claude Puel’s men ahead of Sunday’s game at St Mary’s. It was another summer of upheaval at St Mary’s with Ronald Koeman, Victor Wanyama, Sadio Mane and Graziano Pelle all departing. How disappointed were you with the departures? The player departures have hit Saints hard, but
The curtain comes down on the 2015/6 season on Sunday as Manchester City visit south Wales. Ric Turner from http://bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/ answers our questions ahead of the game. How’s your season been? It’s been a very disappointing season overall. Obviously winning the Capital One Cup and getting to the semi-final of the Champions League was nice,
Thanks to John Pearman of Red All Over The Land fanzine for answering our questions ahead of Sunday’s clash with Liverpool at the Liberty. It’s been a big week for Liverpool as a City with the “unlawful killing” verdict at the Hillsborough inquests. What’s the mood like on Merseyside in light of this? It’s one
We speak to editor of Newcastle United Fanzine True Faith, Michael Martin, ahead of the Swans weekend trip to St James’ Park. It’s been another poor season for Newcastle this term, what has gone wrong? Where do you start? This season has been in the post for years because the club isn’t really run as
Gary Silke of the Fox Fanzine answers our questions for our regular Opposition View piece this week. How long have you supported Leicester and what was the first game you ever attended? 22nd November 1975 – an ill-tempered 0-0 draw between Jimmy Bloomfield’s Leicester and Bobby Robson’s Ipswich at Filbert Street. I loved every second.