Tag archive for ‘football’
Roy Carroll
By Danny Stone On Monday, December 3rd, 2012

The Roy Carroll Rollercoaster

The brilliant, the bad, and the downright bizarre of a post-Premiership career When Arsenal travel to Olympiakos in the final game of the Champions League group stages tonight, they may well be greeted by a familiar More...

By Josh Whitfield On Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Must Win Wednesdays; Words From Wyncote, Part 2.

  Usually I could not think of any place I’d rather be on a Monday evening than Wyncote. However, Monday 22nd  October was a very different story. Bitterly cold and severely lacking in Nike-Pro™, Wyncote’s More...

By Nic Marko On Monday, October 22nd, 2012

Being: Liverpool, episode 5 – review

The controversial Being: Liverpool series has been entertaining viewing for the audience thus far, but with this the penultimate episode in the six part series, it is beginning to draw to a close. In this episode, More...

By Josh Whitfield On Sunday, October 21st, 2012

Must Win Wednesdays; Words From Wyncote

Wednesday 17th October 2012 Love us or hate us, the Liverpool University Men’s Football Team are an ever-present sporting faculty, always looking sharp at award ceremonies, Wyncote and most certainly Medication. More...

Newcastle player Yohan Cabaye celebrates after scoring the opening goal in the Tyne and Wear derby
By Tom Aplin On Sunday, October 21st, 2012

Points shared in Tyne and Wear derby

Alan Pardew remained unbeaten against Sunderland in his managerial career as 10-man Newcastle United came away from the Stadium of Light with a point. Demba Ba’s late own goal meant that the North East rivals More...

By On Friday, October 5th, 2012

Being:Liverpool – a true insight into football?

The Liverpool F.C. documentary, Being: Liverpool , was both an exciting and terrifying prospect.  As a Liverpool fan, the potential of having your club exposed to this extent opens the flood gates of criticism More...

Norwich and Swansea were last season's surprise packages but tougher times lie ahead for both teams
By Mark Bradford On Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Premier League: Season Preview Part III

The final part of LS Media’s Premier League season preview starts with a trip to Craven Cottage as we take a look at Fulham’s prospects this campaign… Fulham Last season’s finish: 9th Dembele’s form More...

De Rossi and Lescott challenge for the ball during the 2nd half
By Mark Bradford On Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

England 2-1 Italy: Jagielka & Defoe Score to Seal England Comeback in Bern

Roy Hodgson took the opportunity to test out some of his fringe players before September’s World Cup qualifiers, choosing to play Everton’s Euro benchwarmers Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka in a team that More...

Manchester City, champions
By Mark Bradford On Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Premier League: Season Preview Part II

As LSMedia’s Premier League season preview continues, where better to start than with the reigning champions… Manchester City Last season’s finish: 1st City start this season’s league campaign as the champions More...

Liverpool 'tripled' their Merseyside rivals last season but Everton finished higher in the league table. Both sides will relish the opportunity to lock horns this season
By Mark Bradford On Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Premier League: Season Preview Part I

Barely three months have passed since the 20th season of Premier League football was drawn to a close in spectacular fashion by Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and his unforgettable 94th minute title winning stroke More...