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  • Jaden Philogene – The Humberside Houdini 

    Jaden Philogene-Bidace, the magician in Humberside with the world at his feet caught the eyes of football enthusiasts all around the globe during the 23/24 campaign with his dazzling performances and spellbinding goals. Reminiscent of the streets won’t forget ballers the footballing world has dearly missed.   The JB in his name doesn’t stand for…

  • Analyzing David Wagner’s Time at Norwich

    David Wagner was appointed as Norwich City head coach in January 2023 with the task of leading the side back to the Premier League. His arrival followed the sacking of Dean Smith, whose tenure ended with fan disgruntlement and a growing disconnect between supporters and the board.   Initially, results were promising and the style…

  • Morgan Whittaker: The Devon Dynamo

    Morgan Whittaker’s first full season for Plymouth Argyle has been nothing short of a success. Whittaker was the bright spark in an Argyle team full of young talents attempting to secure survival in the club’s first Championship season since 2010. Whilst the Green Army only managed to narrowly avoid relegation, Morgan Whittaker’s impact simply cannot…

  • Marcelino Núñez Finding His Place at Norwich

    Scoring his fifth goal for the club, and third directly from a free-kick, Marcelino Núñez joined a long list of Norwich City players who have scored the winning goal in the East Anglian derby. From a set piece, it was a familiar type of goal, however, this season has seen the Chilean develop and prove…

  • Danny, Danny Röhl – Sheffield Wednesday and the Great Escape

    After 10 games of the Championship season, Sheffield Wednesday sat rock bottom of the division, had accumulated two points, were nine points from safety and had yet to win a game. It was the joint-worst start to a Championship season in history. By the time the final ball of the campaign was kicked Wednesday were…

  • Reflecting on Hull City’s 2023/24 Season

    As the summer transfer window fast approaches, reflections on the season from Hull City fans are largely of disappointment from narrowly missing out on the play-offs despite the ambition shown by owner Acun Ilcali and periods of great promise on the pitch.    Should Liam Rosenior have gotten this team into the top six? Yes.…

  • Craig Bryson 2013/14: A Season Primed for the Premier League

    Since their infamous 11-point Premier League season in 2007/08, Derby County have without a doubt been the most successful club not to make it back to the top flight. Eight consecutive top 10 finishes, four of which saw them reach the play-offs between 2012 and 2020, and still that seemingly cursed points record has repelled…

  • Aden Flint 2014/15: An Anomaly in the Dying Art of Goal-Scoring Defenders

    Whenever the topic of goal-scoring centre-backs in English football arises, there is one man who often springs to mind. After an extraordinary 19-goal season in 1990/91, Manchester United’s Steve Bruce set an unbeatable precedent in a subsection of the game that has slowly dwindled ever since.   During that year under Sir Alex Ferguson, Bruce…

  • Marching on Together – How Leeds United Side Can Build for the Premier League

    Up, Down and Back Again   Since their relegation in 2004, Leeds United have often been seen as underachievers. Poor ownership, dire finances and plain old bad luck have seen them fall as far as League One, allowing their neighbours in Sheffield to take their place as the best team in Yorkshire. After a brief…

  • Omari Hutchinson: Kieran McKenna’s Cobham Star

    Football academies have been a huge part of the ever-growing development of the game, giving young players the chance to grow and learn the club’s philosophy before breaking into the first team and making the impact they have always dreamt of. As the saying goes, if you’re good enough you’re old enough and Omari Hutchinson…