For some reason I thought that buying Now TV at six o’clock in the evening on the day the premier … Continue reading I said NOW, TV!
Roy Keane’s parents moved to Rathpeacon, the jewel of Cork lying between Whitechurch (ugh) and Blackpool (ugh), in the 1990s. … Continue reading Rathpeacon’s adopted star!
I’ve always battled against the ideals and requirements of the G.A.A. I never had a problem with the ideas of … Continue reading How Cian Got His Groove Back
I can handle not seeing family. I can handle not seeing friends. I relish ‘working’ from home and not being … Continue reading The Last Dance: Junior B
What happened last night was sick. The reaction on Twitter was even sicker. Ed Woodward’s Cheshire home was targeted by … Continue reading Too Far
The only thing you absolutely need to know from last night’s game is that Manchester United manages zero shots on … Continue reading United not on Target
It pains me to begin my new coverage of Manchester United with a demoralizing loss to Arsenal. A team on … Continue reading New Year, Same Red Devils
It has been an interesting decade in the Premier League. United’s power was waning from the beginning only to crumble … Continue reading Premier League Team of the Decade
I’ve dabbled in games over the years, going through phases. I might get stuck into a few open world games … Continue reading “But could he do it on a cold, rainy night in Stoke…”
Paul Labile Pogba looks set to leave Manchester United for the second time. His second spell at the club was … Continue reading Hashtag Pogbout