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Newcastle relegation
Newcastle Relegation Would Have Catastrophic Consequences

Sitting 17th and three points away from the relegation zone, Newcastle United may be left pondering the possibility of Championship football once more next season. A club as big as Newcastle shouldn’t even need to think about the dropzone. Yet, here they are for the third time since 2009- this time under Steve Bruce, an […]

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Manchester United Injury
Manchester United Injury News: Victor Lindelof, Anthony Martial, David de Gea and Paul Pogba Updates
Billy Mulley, Editor - Mar 5, 2021

Ahead of derby day on Sunday, Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will still be without Paul Pogba and David de Gea, but Victor Lindelof could make a return from injury, according to the Independent. Manchester United Injury News: Updates on Victor Lindelof, Anthony Martial, David de Gea and Paul Pogba Paul Pogba and David de Gea […]

Reece Land
Reece Land on Plans to Overhaul Women’s Football Media Coverage

Reece Land, the managing director of Next Gen Sports Solutions, wants to overhaul the women’s football media coverage in the United Kingdom and take exclusive broadcasting rights of the Barclays Women’s Super League, Women’s Championship and Women’s National Leagues by 2025. Reece Land Wants to Overhaul Women’s Media Coverage Women’s Football Streaming Service Land recently […]

Lauren Smith
Lauren Smith ‘Excited’ About Partnership With Rehanne Skinner at Tottenham Hotspur

Lauren Smith praised the vision and professionalism of Tottenham Hotspur head coach Rehanne Skinner and says the club is targeting a top-half finish in the Women’s Super League. Lauren Smith ‘Excited’ to Work With Rehanne Skinner Lauren Smith Enjoying Her Time at Spurs Smith arrived as Skinner’s assistant coach in January after holding the same […]

Liverpool Europe
Inability to Find Monster Mentality Could See Liverpool Miss Out on Europe

Thursday’s titanic clash between two teams desperate to finish in a place for Europe was supposed to re-ignite Liverpool after four losses in their previous six Premier League matches. The visit of a resurgent Chelsea to Anfield was the ideal catalyst for the Reds to show what they are capable of and end their recent […]

Returning Players: Chris Hargreaves

Welcome to Last Word on Footballs ‘Returning Players’ Series. In this edition, we take a look at midfielder Chris Hargreaves. Hargreaves joined Oxford United from Brentford in 2005 but suffered relegation to the Conference League with the U’s. He left to join Torquay United but returned to Grenoble Road and helped the club secure promotion […]

Watford Carlos Sanchez
Why Watford Had to Sign Carlos Sanchez

Watford announced the signing of former West Ham United midfielder Carlos Sanchez on Thursday (March 4) afternoon. He joins having been a free agent for eight months after his contract with the Hammers expired at the start of July. Even though he is not the most exciting of names as a 35-year-old, the Hornets very […]

Cardiff City, Barnsley and Watford Star in Latest Championship Game-Week
Billy Mulley, Editor - Mar 4, 2021

Cardiff City, Barnsley and Watford all starred in the latest Championship game-week, with all three clubs continuing to show brilliant form of late. Cardiff City, Barnsley and Watford Impress in Latest Championship Game-Week Cardiff City Hit Struggling Derby County for Four Cardiff stretched their unbeaten run to double figures on Tuesday night with a convincing […]

Denmark national team
Danish Dynamite: The Rise of the Denmark National Team

As late as 1971, the Danish Football Federation allowed professional players to represent the national team. Before that, it was exclusively for amateur footballers. Despite this, Denmark achieved surprising success in international tournaments. They won Olympic gold in 1906, silver in 1908, 1912 and 1960, bronze in 1948, as well as a fourth-place finish at […]