There’s bitter conflict, but when it comes down to it, in the face of illness and death, football people are extremely compassionate, ...
30 October 2018 | Nick Feinberg
Why don’t they play like that every week? Why does Mourinho insist on sitting deep especially against the “bigger” sides?, writes Nick Feinberg.
24 October 2018 | Nick Feinberg
Despite sitting pretty level at the top of the table, something at Liverpool has stagnated since the last campaign, perhaps ...
16 October 2018 | Nick Feinberg
I don’t have much compassion for Jose Mourinho, but neither do I dislike the man, writes Nick Feinberg.
9 October 2018 | Nick Feinberg
Chelsea, Liverpool, Juve, Barca...
2 October 2018 | Nick Feinberg
What a relief for the legions of plastics around the world, as Manchester United got themselves back on track with a good win at Turf Moor, writes Nick Feinberg.
Wolves took the game to them and matched Pep Guardiola’s starlets for the best part of the match, definitely deserving to take something out of it, writes Nick Feinberg.
When it all changed, when the big Pounds, Dollars and Roubles shot top-flight English football on a crazy trajectory that just refuses to burn out, writes Nick Feinberg.
It takes premium quality players, with the power of superior passing, skill and movement to make the system effective, writes Nick Feinberg.