Category: Editor’s Blog

Opposition View – Liverpool

It’s a trip to Anfield for Swansea City this weekend. Red All Over The Land fanzine editor John Pearman tells us about Liverpool’s season so far… How would you assess your season so far? Expectations weren’t at the usual level back in August but even so, disappointing especially the home form.  However, for many teams

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Opposition View – AFC Bournemouth

Peter Bell of Cherry Chimes answers our questions ahead of our clash with Bournemouth this weekend. How long have you supported Bournemouth and what was your first game? Ha, I’m an old man! I lived in Bournemouth from the age of four so I can remember people talking about the legendary Ted MacDougall although my

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Strikers who might be available in January

With only five goals in our last eight league games there has been much talk amongst the Jack Army about the need for us to sign another striker when the transfer window opens. Our January buys haven’t always been successful in the past, especially our loan recruits from abroad (barring Gylfi Sigurdsson) so I’m going

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No more excuses, things MUST improve!

At the end of August we were riding the crest of a wave. Another fine victory over Manchester United had put us into the top four going into the first international break and the majority of the Jack Army including myself were confident that we’d once again finish comfortably in the top half of the

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Opposition View – Norwich City

Daniel Brigham of The Little Yellow Bird answers our questions ahead of Saturday’s long trip to Carrow Road. How’s your season been so far? After a good start to the season with a couple of big wins over Sunderland and Bournemouth and good points at Upton Park and Anfield Norwich have hit a bit of

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Opposition View – Arsenal

Giles Anyiam of the The Gooner Ramble answers our questions this week. How long have you supported Arsenal and what was the first game you went to? Since the early 80s. First game was Everton at home Littlewoods Cup (now Capital one) semi final 1988. Won 3-1 that night. Crazy atmosphere! Best and worst games

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Five things from Villa (a)

Here’s five things from our first away victory of the campaign. Drop Gomis I have to start on a sour note. Bafetimbi Gomis was poor again, he was outmuscled and outthought too many times for my liking and of course he was caught offside three times needlessly once again. At the moment his performances are

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Opposition View – Aston Villa

Steve Green from Aston Villa Review gives us the low-down on Aston Villa ahead of Saturday’s game at Villa Park… How’s your season been so far? Is this a trick question? Fear and Loathing in Aston is how I’d best describe it. You made a lot of signing in the summer, how have they got

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Opposition View – Spurs

Here’s this week’s opposition view courtesy of My eyes have seen the glory… How long have you supported Spurs and what was your first game? My memory just about stretches back to 1969 when Spurs beat West Ham United at White Hart Lane 1-0 with Jimmy Greaves scoring through the legs of Peter Grotier in

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Top 10 obscure Tottenham Hostpur facts

Originally the club played their games at Tottenham Marshes before moving to Northumberland Park and then 100 yards down the road to White Hart Lane in 1899. In 1901 Tottenham won the FA Cup, meaning that they are the only non-league club to win the competition since the formation of the Football League. They were

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