Monthly archives: January 2018

Money, Money, Money. 2

If the rumours are to be believed, in the next few hours, Arsenal’s Chilean striker, Alexis Sanchez will become a Manchester United player. Nothing overly controversial about that if you’re a keen follower of football. Player comes to Premier League from abroad, largely unknown, prospers at a leading team, almost […]

Field of Broken Dreams 2

I watched an excellent documentary this week. It was called “No Hunger in Paradise” and was made by one of my favourite sports writers and authors, Michael Calvin. It’s a subject that has interested me since my own playing days – the development of local, young footballers from the schools […]

Walking on the Moon

My formative years were spent in Brynhyfryd in the late sixties and early seventies, and despite leaving there a month after my ninth birthday, the area still holds an incredibly fond place in my heart and contains many great and vivid memories for me. One of those is of the […]