It’s coming home

Heart rates across England have never collectively been higher, than when Eric Dier stepped up to take what would be the winning penalty against Colombia. It had been a hard fought game, literally. Now facing a quarter final against Sweden, England face a few problems that if rectified could see the squad get all the …

Functionality Vs Philosophy

Manchester City have set the premier league alight this season, as is often the case in England one single team has been completely dominant. Despite the general belief that the premier league is the most competitive around Europe, Chelsea won the league in 2016/17 with 7 points to spare after leading by 11 points during …

Is Harry Kane Worldclass ?

Why it doesn’t matter if you think Harry Kane is World Class or not…   Harry Kane is in a rich vein of form and seems to have been for the last three years. Having shaken off the “one season wonder” tag, there are now increasingly louder voices calling for him to be considered “world …

Is Harry Kane the man to end England’s 50 years of pain?

Report’s from FA Chairman Greg Dyke have recently surfaced, as England’s man of the moment and newly crowned Young Player Of The Year, Harry Kane, declared that he is to participate in this summer’s European Championships for the Under-21 national side. This comes as somewhat of a surprise, considering that Kane has forced himself into …

037 TF Football Podcast – No Signs of Distress

      This week’s Football Podcast covers all the topics over the last 7 days including a discussion about the nominations for the PFA Player of the Year and the PFA Young Player of the Year. Should players be allowed to be nominated for both awards? Could we suggest a new system, which would …