Amos Murphy There are very few academics in world football which rival Manchester City’s CFA; the multi-million pound facilities are the epitome of state of the art and it is placed in the beating heart of the Manchester sides blueprints for world domination, however thus far, aside from one or two credible graduates, the most […]Read More City Football Academy; A Pointless Investment?
Written By: Amos Murphy A party leader resigning after a general election has become the conventional norm; anything but a Blair style, 100+ seat majority and those at the helm for the smaller parties are having their heads called for – voting is now well and truly a rational exercise, as is the leadership within […]Read More Political Leadership; Premier League Style
After a disappointing and underwhelming final league campaign under Manuel Pellegrini there was little to cheer about, but despite the despondency, there was one shining light from a dark pit of despair: the Nigerian teenage prodigy, Kelechi Iheanacho. A year is a huge time in football and this has been painfully demonstrated on the now […]Read More What Next For City’s Teenage Starlet?
Amos Murphy Since the club’s takeover in 2008, Manchester City have been through a whole host of changes; multi-million pound transfers, an influx of silverware and arrivals of the world’s best players to east Manchester have transformed the same team, who less than twenty years ago were stranded in the depths of the third tier […]Read More Downsides To Being Amongst the Worlds Elite
Transforming the way in which the dieting world works, Man V Fat combines a favoured past time with the desire to lose as much weight as possible; football matches where the more you lose, the more you win. For many men who are looking to get slimmer, there hasn’t been a great deal of options […]Read More A Different Kind Of Diet
There are many temptations for a modern day athlete which so easily turn heads; the lure of multi-million pound contracts and sponsorship deals or even the continuous opportunities to dip a toe into the corrupt way in which the sporting world is ran are both chronic problems, but none are more prevalent or influential than […]Read More The Winning Fix
Written by Amos Murphy A plane crash which brought anguish to all of football – how a team which very many had never heard of, are stapled into the thoughts of us all. Stunned by tragedy and silenced through despair; the world of football entered a mourning period this morning, as news broke out that […]Read More One World; One Game
Written By: Amos Murphy Football is a game of twos; two halves of forty-five minutes each; two teams each with eleven players and two sets of fans both fuelled by hunger, passion and desire for their team, but also two divides – the rich and the poor. With the recent influx of billions and billions […]Read More Grassroots Football: The Invisible Game
Written by: Amos Murphy As the curtain fell over what seemed two weeks ago to be an inevitable train-wreck failure of the 31st Olympiad and one to be seemingly swallowed up into the shadow cast by Brazil’s growing recession, controversy and turmoil, the games have been a roaring success and Team GB leave the sun […]Read More Why Another Golden Games Is Paramount In Cementing GB’s Olympic Dynasty
Written By: Amos Murphy As the night fell on the Stade de Lyon, anticipation grew ahead of the tournaments first big heavyweight clash. A Belgian squad glittered with talent from all across Europe, paired against a subdued Italian team, lacking any sheer attacking quality and a shadow of their former illustrious figure in European football […]Read More Belgium: Another Failed Generation