France will probably have been on the double decker parading around the streets of Paris, writes Nick Feiberg.
10 July 2018 | Nick Feinberg
It’s amazing really, you look at the quality of individual Spanish players and David de Gea in goal and you’d bet your last ...
3 July 2018 | Nick Feinberg
Not necessarily the best technically, but really exciting, end to end in many of the group games so far and full of passion commitment.
26 June 2018 | Nick Feinberg
What is frustrating is the instruction from Fifa for linesmen to keep their flags down when there’s close offside calls, writes Nick Feinberg.
19 June 2018 | Nick Feinberg
Chelsea FC is now a global brand and whether it’s Abramovich or not, the work has been done to place us within the football ...
12 June 2018 | Nick Feinberg
The transfer window is officially open, I’ll be keeping a close eye on developments, see you next Tuesday (oh, and wela kapela United fans!)
The Premier League final day was a bit of a let-down, writes Nick Feinberg.
I was so relieved at the final whistle as Brighton beat Manchester United 1-0 on Friday night, writes Nick Feinberg.
In fact I struggle to remember a bigger upset than Barcelona getting whacked by Roma, writes Nick Feinberg.