• Columnists
    Spurs Defender Denies Smuggling Charge

    In a sensational twist today the footballing world was rocked to it’s foundations. One time Rangers fullback, now Tottenham Hotspur striker Alan Hutton, has today been revealed as the man at the center of an nationwide smuggling cartel of what sources are simply calling. ‘The White Stuff’. Hutton is no stranger to...

  • La Liga
    El Clásico: Local Barça humiliate foreign Madrid

    Barcelona beating Real Madrid 5-0 might well be uncommon but at the same time it wasn’t surprising. Anyone who has watched them – or indeed travelled to see them stuff your team in a Champions League quarter-final – will know that when they click they are simply unstoppable. It’s safe to say...

  • Premier League
    Blackburn Rovers threw the United game

    Every week Lawrence Gray-Hodson, a man who made his name in the upper reaches of Division 2 in the 1970s and 80s as well as being a former Scotland and England international, writes a column exclusively for Three and in. This week it’s heavy defeats — It was hard not to feel...

  • Premier League
    It’s just like watching… Bolton?!

    In a weekend with plenty of goals, there were a few that really stood out. Dimitar Berbatov has long been associated with moments of sublime skill, so the flowing grace of his hatrick goal won’t have come as any shock. That effort, however, was arguably bettered by a more surprising source. Witness...

  • Premier League
    Adebayor caught flirting with Old Lady

    It shouldn’t take anyone by surprise.  The man who once compared being courted by AC Milan to being chatted up by Beyonce is now flirting outrageously with Italian football’s Old Lady, Juventus: “I’m going to change air during the transfer window in January. And I can tell you that City has already...

  • SPL
    Scottish Refs Have No Reason For Strike

    The straw that broke the camel’s back was Celtic chairman John Reid questioning their honesty. A former Blairite Home Secretary questioning anyone’s honesty is hypocritical. It’s like Katie Price telling young girls not to get their tits out. So, the Grade One refs in Scotland have decided to call strike action this...

  • Premier League
    Arsenal’s home form could wreck title chances

    I think we all know, having been reminded every time there’s any radio programme/tv show/newspaper or magazine article or blog post about Arsenal, that Arsene Wenger’s team have not won a trophy since the FA Cup in 2005. The pressure is very much on and another campaign with nothing to show at...

  • Premier League
    Villa Park the perfect stage for Pires encore

    The Premier League is about to get some swagger back. Yesterday, Aston Villa assistant manager Gary McAllister confirmed that Gerard Houllier is in talks with Robert Pires about a return to English football. “Robert has been training at Arsenal. I know the boss and Arsene Wenger are very friendly and I believe...

  • Premier League
    Chelsea’s ‘support’

    A very quick one and one that will hopefully be picked up on by some Chelsea fans. Would love their thoughts on this. As the half-time whistle went yesterday Chelsea went in 1-0 down and left the pitch to a chorus of boos. Sure, they didn’t play at all well, almost unrecognisable...

  • England
    Where have all the English strikers gone?

    Without wanting to take anything away from Jay Bothroyd, who must be delighted with his call up to the England squad, doesn’t it say a lot that a Championship player is in the squad at all? Bothroyd is described by John Cross, Daily Mirror football writer, as ‘a Premier League star in...