I was looking through some of our photos of Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane taken when the ground was still used as an “out” ground for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Yorkshire CCC had been the original …Read More →
I have been rereading “Inverting the Pyramid” by Johnathan Wilson for the umpteenth time. The book gives an overview of evolutions in soccer tactics over the century plus of such things and is always enjoyable …Read More →
Bob Bradley has the wrong accent. That’s not why he was fired, Swansea’s woeful showing ensured that, but from when he was hired there were mutterings in the English media about how Bradley sounded. They …Read More →
Today we chat with Colin Williams, 58, a lifelong Manchester United supporter from the UK.
1) What is your earliest memory of being a home fan?
a) As a 7 year old boy at Old Trafford.
2) What …Read More →
White Hart Lane – 1899;
Built 116 years ago, the lane has undergone several major overhauls. The most noticeable of which was overseen by the famous stadium architect Archibald Leitch, taking the capacity of White Hart …
Two weekends ago, on October 22nd, Ipswich Town made the trip to St. James’ Park to play Newcastle United in a Championship match. Newcastle were relegated from the Premier League at the end of the …Read More →
During the latter half of the 1960’s into the 1970’s Dutch football experienced a flowering of talent and ideas that culminated in Ajax Amsterdam winning three consecutive European Cups, the modern day Champions League, from …Read More →
I set up legendaryfootballgrounds.com because I have an extreme passion for watching – (previously playing) – and now coaching football. Aside from sharing beautiful shots of football stadiums with people around the globe, …Read More →
Millwall. I don’t recall when I first heard about the club’s reputation for hooliganism but I know when I lived in London going to The Den to see Arsenal at Millwall, it was never a …Read More →
Recently there was a very good piece in the Guardian about the late Laurie Cunningham reminding us of his quality, style and grace.:
Cunningham was a football superstar, possibly the most talented English player of his …Read More →