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N’Golo Kante – a tree that makes a forest
A participant at a company retreat that I attended during the week asked me an interesting question. Read full blog
Why wait? Do it now!
Referees are at the “coal face” when it comes to criticism. We get the abuse, the taunts, and the condemnations. Read full blog
Arsene Wenger’s legacy in danger
In September 2002, Arsenal visited Elland Road and proceeded to trash the living room of their hosts. Read full blog
Caf Elections - Ahmad rises as Hayatou falls
He should have seen the writing on the wall. He should known it was a matter of time before fate would catch up with him. Read full blog
Will Arsenal ever dominate again?
When you talk of the most prestigious clubs in the history of English and world club football, the list will be inconclusive without London based Arsenal. Read full blog
Will Arsenal ever dominate again?
When you talk of the most prestigious clubs in the history of English and world club football, the list will be inconclusive without London based Arsenal. Read full blog
The Miracle at Camp Nou
No one could have pre-written the script of what happened on Wednesday night. Read full blog
How Barcelona broke from jail
It started with one press conference in Spain by under-fire Barcelona coach Luis Enrique. Read full blog
Calls for VAR grow louder
The need for a VAR system in soccer is surely more prevalent today after the shenanigans at Old Trafford. Read full blog
Is Cheating and Diving endemic in soccer?
They fall down at the slightest touch or contact and remain there sometimes until either the ball has gone out of play or some poor unsuspecting referee decides that they have suffered enough. Read full blog
The travails of Arsene Wenger
In the wake of the psychologically dampening defeat of Arsenal by Bayern Munich last week, it seems no longer a matter of ‘if’ but ‘when’ Arsene Wenger will have to bow out as manager of Arsenal. Read full blog
Leicester might need to lose to win
Last year at this relative moment in time, Leicester were the toast of most soccer fans. Read full blog
Ref Clattenburg’s resignation a concern
The PGMOL are the body responsible for the recruitment, training, and appointments of match officials to the PL. Read full blog
Oh Barcelona, what have you done?
I am yet to wake up from the nightmare of last Tuesday night. Read full blog
Is Messi-led Barca at a dead end?
If there ever was a game where a club side played at near perfection, it was on the night that Barcelona practically demolished Real Madrid by a then near-unprecedented 5-0 at the ‘El Clásico’. Read full blog
The Indomitable Lions are back
Watch out Africa, the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon are back. The team is back, big time, and better. Read full blog
Pundits, Arsenal and PL title race
Last weekend following Arsenal's defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, the fans of the North London club were again split right down the middle with regards to their long-serving manager Arsene Wenger. Read full blog
Eagle heights for Lion Kings
Cameroon’s triumph over Egypt in the 2017 Afcon final has been a refreshing turn of event, and they will now represent Africa at the Fifa Confederations Cup. Read full blog
Odds favour Egypt but Cameroon has wings
Afcon 2017 has been quite a roller coaster and now fasten your seat belts, Egypt v Cameroon will be a humdinger. Read full blog
Cameroon and Egypt show the value of history
Two of the continent’s most successful Afcon nations are contesting another final – their third at this stage. Read full blog

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N’Golo Kante – a tree that makes a forest
A participant at a company retreat that I attended during the week asked me an interesting question.

Dr Errol Sweeney
Why wait? Do it now!
Referees are at the “coal face” when it comes to criticism. We get the abuse, the taunts, and the...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Arsene Wenger’s legacy in danger
In September 2002, Arsenal visited Elland Road and proceeded to trash the living room of their...

Sunday Oliseh
Will Arsenal ever dominate again?
When you talk of the most prestigious clubs in the history of English and world club football, the...