You probably don't know what Danny Taylor sounds like. But his voice is loud and clear when it comes to journalism.
Chelsea's hand was forced but they emerged with brilliant kids. Does your club have similarly brilliant youngsters?
Serge Gnabry failed in England - and not because of Arsene Wenger or Tony Pulis - but bounced back to prove himself.
Sam Allardyce was hindering rather than helping his English coaching brethren. Thankfully, times have changed.
The League Cup is wonderful and gives us a chance to see lower-league sides batter their Premier League cousins.
Football can only be played one way - and it's all about the press. Anything else is frowned upon...
Anyone can beat anyone. You can go from nowhere to title winners. The Championship is fun.
Familiarity doesn’t breed contempt but it does breed indifference. Johnny struggles to get excited now...
He is a bloody brilliant footballer and a truly inspiring man. What a hero. It's that boy Raheem Sterling.
Do you believe the Premier League when they tell you football is better now? Johnny wants a word...
At just 27, England's own Lucy Bronze has pretty much been through - and won - it all.
Fans are the fabric of football. So why do they not have a greater say in how clubs are run, instead of relying on billionaire owners?
His work ensured he should never have to buy a pint in Bury, Bolton, Liverpool or Leeds ever again. Football owes David Conn.
Bury will survive in some form because football belongs to the people. And the people are strong.
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