by Chris Brookes The end of the line has come for Ross Wallace at Sheffield Wednesday, with the vastly-experienced Scottish winger to be let go this summer as manager Jos Luhukay gets his first pre-season in S6. Through crucial goals, assists, spirit and mischief,...
Joe Butterfield on an academy rich in promise but compromised by purpose.
England boss Gareth Southgate has a huge decision to make in the coming weeks regarding his team's World Cup number one. The fans have their say.
Two Men In Search Of The Beautiful Game continue their non-league odyssey, this time out visiting the Clarets of Chelmsford for a glorious advert for what lies beyond the glare of Sky.
Joe Butterfield on a Manchester City legend with a complicated legacy.
Two Men In Search Of The Beautiful Game continue their non-league odyssey, this time out venturing to Essex to take in the delights - and tuneage - of Concord Rangers.
Football is one of the most popular sports in the world watched by its supporters, and top football players are treated like celebrities by their fans. Having such a high-profile career can often lead football stars to become insecure about their looks...
Two Men In Search Of the Beautiful Game continue their non-league odyssey, this time out visiting the sun-splashed town of Lewes and a club that is 'almost the complete package'.
Kieran Davies looks ahead to a colosseum atmosphere on Merseyside as the Reds continue to tear into Europe.
Russ Cowper on a media obsession that leaves the rest of us confounded.
With the Arsenal goalkeeping legend expected to depart this summer we look at the names in the frame to be his successor in the sticks.
Two Men In Search Of The Beautiful Game continue their non-league odyssey, this time out venturing to the Waterside Stadium in Surrey for a decent game of football and an anaemic burger.
Two Men In Search Of The Beautiful Game continue their non-league odyssey, this time out experiencing the heat and passion of a play-off final in King's Lynn.
Russ Cowper on a critical time for a coach at the crossroads and a compromised club.
Russ Cowper picks out his winners of 2017/18 beyond the usual suspects.
The Cutter understands that Southampton are keeping close tabs on Hull City’s Curtis Davies in the event they reluctantly lose their commanding centre-back Virgil van Dijk this January
Liverpool fans are increasingly becoming frustrated at the lack of big names heading to Anfield this summer. If these four continue to be a part of the conversation however they will be much happier.
Ajax's new sensation Anwar El Ghazi is a wanted man across Europe. Can Leciester upset the odds once again?
The Cutter catches up with Jo Lake, co-collaborator on one of the most keenly awaited sports books of the year.
The Cutter meets up with synthpop sensation Shura to discuss her new album and how, for Manchester City Ladies, she played like Jaap Stam.
Ahead of this weekend's play-off final the Cutter catches up with Reverend and the Makers frontman and lifelong Owl Jon McClure. "We deserve a Premier League team".