We catch up with Mick Faldo of www.spursweb.com ahead of this weekend’s match…
Thanks to Matt Woosie for answering our questions this week. How’s your season been so far? A bit like yours, really, although a little better. A run of five games unbeaten felt like we were turning a corner under Alan Pardew and hopefully pushing on to challenge at the top half of the table, but
Thanks to Calvin from the Royal Blue Mersey, our resident Everton contributor for Opposition View. Here are his answers ahead of Saturday’s game. How’s your season been so far? To tell you the truth, underwhelming. Considering how soft the schedule to begin the season was, we’ve dropped points against Palace, Bournemouth and Burnley and could
If you’re not seriously alarmed by the form of Swansea City at the moment then you definitely should be. Two points from the last ten games isn’t just relegation form, its complete humiliation. This club looks in serious danger of sliding into the Championship with a whimper and arresting that slide looks a mighty task.
The second SoS of the season and 38th overall hits the streets tomorrow. Here is what you can look forward to in our latest offering. Editors – Given what has gone on recently, my editors notes are a letter to Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan demanding they answer certain questions from us about what’s been
Giles Anyiam answers our questions about the Gunners ahead of Saturday’s clash at the Emirates. How’s your season been so far? Awful defeat to Liverpool followed by a few indifferent performances but we gained confidence from the draw in Paris. We played some brilliant stuff before the interlull. What’s your expectations this term? Would love
Dear Steve and Jason, First, a belated welcome to the Premier League from one American to another. I’m a proud Swansea City fan from Westbrook, Maine, just outside Portland (the first one), and before you ask, no, there’s no connection between soccer and this small working-class town of 15,000 or so. Football has been personal
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