This team will fight for us

Trouble at the top, unpaid wages, poor form... Such conditions tell you a lot about players. Some players capitulate when facing these. Why not? It's much easier to use these as excuses in a feedback loop of poor results. The only clear end is relegation when this happens. However, what we saw today against Norwich... Continue Reading →

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A terrible day for football

Yesterday was a terrible day for football. Earlier on in the day it was announced that former England manager Glenn Hoddle was taken ill. It has since been revealed that Hoddle suffered a heart attack, but is responding well to treatment. Our thoughts are with Glenn and his family at this difficult time, and we... Continue Reading →

Stephen Darby, we’re all behind you

Today we were hit by some shocking news. Wanderers right back Stephen Darby has been forced to retire from football with Motor Neurone Disease. MND is a terrible condition which worsens over time, and Stephen has a very very tough road ahead of him. However, the Liverpool academy graduate will not be facing this condition... Continue Reading →

How we treat players matters

I refer you to an interview in the Guardian with Marvin Sordell. Sordell was an ex-Wanderer signed towards the end of our stay in the Premier League. The former Watford starlet had the world at his feet: regular goals in the Championship,  England U21 caps and a call-up to the GB Olympic squad. He cost... Continue Reading →

Wanderers, where are they now?

Pawel Olkowski. That's a name I'm sure none of you heard of before the start of this season. He's had such an impressive start to the season that, unfortunately due to modern football, I'm worried some team or other will swiftly be sniffing around looking to snatch. This led me to think, not necessarily in... Continue Reading →

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