Danny Peacock August 6, 2019

As the new Premier League season approaches a new set of youngsters will be tipped to go on and do big things over the upcoming 10 months with many at the top clubs widely predicted to be the next best thing. Outside the big six they’ll also be many more future stars attracting the scouts […]

Danny Peacock August 5, 2019

The best two teams in world football faced each other yesterday in the Community Shield at Wembley in an eye catching first glimpse of what is about to come for the season ahead. Manchester City, fresh from a dominant domestic season in winning all four trophies on offer but still bitterly disappointed in missing out […]

Danny Peacock August 1, 2019

With days remaining until the start of the 2019/20 Premier League season, Fantasy Football lovers (like myself) will be gearing themselves up ahead of the new campaign as we speak, delving through stats and past performances and researching who to buy and how best to accommodate their star assets whilst budgeting within their allocated means […]

Danny Peacock July 31, 2019

It’s that time of year again where I preview the Championship and predict the upcoming seasons eventual league table but I am not going to fall in to the same trap as I did 12 months ago by naming the club I support as the champions elect, instead opting for the proven old tactic of […]

Danny Peacock July 30, 2019

Living across the river from what used to be the oldest club in the football league, 130 years of history torn apart by a single man’s arrogance in pursuing his own fame and status, I am delighted that wages have eventually been paid at Notts County FC (with HMRC next on the list) following the […]

Danny Peacock July 23, 2019

It’s football’s latest conundrum. Team ‘A’ signs a player that they want so much they pay them a ridiculous amount to get them on board, they then safeguard themselves by slapping an even more ridiculous buyout clause on top and ‘hope’ that the player fulfils his potential at the club whilst seeing out his contract […]

Danny Peacock July 16, 2019

One of the few Championship matches I attended last season was in April when Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest played out a meaningless mid-table fixture at Hillsborough with neither club posing threat of relegation with both also mathematically adrift of the playoffs. On the day Sheffield Wednesday managed by Steve Bruce who landed the gig […]

Danny Peacock July 10, 2019

So Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United and the only feasible solution would be to hook up with another fellow French world cup winning legendary midfielder in Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid. Problem is Real Madrid need to offload Gareth Bale and at least one other star asset to do this, but no offers […]

Danny Peacock July 8, 2019

Brazil were crowned champions of South America for the ninth time on Sunday as the Selecao won the Copa America in their home stadium in Rio de Janeiro after beating unlikely finalists Peru 3-1 in the Maracana. The Copa hasn’t always been the favourite tournament for the record five time World Cup winners especially in […]

Danny Peacock June 17, 2019

I hate Chelsea. I despise what they do and how they do it from their preposterous loaning system and their prostitution of youngsters to the way they treat their managers with little in fact no respect and year on year get away with it by winning trophy after trophy. 16 in 16 years under Abramovich […]

Danny Peacock June 14, 2019

The two year cycle between the UEFA U21 European Championships is almost over as the 2019 edition is set to start this Sunday in Italy & San Marino with a number of top international nations from the continents elite participating in a twelve team tournament held over the next two weeks. Current holders Germany and […]

Danny Peacock June 12, 2019

After a fabulous season where the young defender has really come of age in becoming one of the best in his position on the planet, the hugely sought after teenager Matthijs de Ligt has decided to go on his summer holiday this week with a huge grey cloud of uncertainty (all be it with a […]

Danny Peacock May 30, 2019

Back in February after a 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth I went on record to say that Chelsea should ignore the haters in both media and on the terraces and keep faith in their Italian Coach Maurizio Sarri and just let him do his job. That job has now all but ended with Sarri & Chelsea […]

Danny Peacock May 28, 2019

The final Bank Holiday before the start of the summer and the last Monday in May here in England can only ever mean just one thing. Championship Playoff Final Day and the most valuable match in world football. This year estimated at £170m to the winners the match between Aston Villa and Derby County in […]

Danny Peacock May 23, 2019

20 years ago this month on the 26th May 1999 Manchester United became the first English club to win a historic and memorable unprecedented treble of FA Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA European Champions League as they needed injury time and a couple of substitutes to famously snatch treble glory from German Giants Bayern […]

Danny Peacock May 21, 2019

As I did a year ago for the 2018 FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Manchester United I returned to Wembley at the weekend to watch Manchester City become the first team in history to win the domestic treble as they beat a sorrowful Watford by a record equaling 6-0 final scoreline. It was the […]

Danny Peacock May 20, 2019

Manchester City became the first team in history to win the domestic treble with a 116 year record equalling 6-0 thumping of Watford in Saturday’s FA Cup Final but the news that legendary captain Vincent Kompany will leave in the summer to take up the role as Anderlecht Player Manager, at the club where it […]

Danny Peacock May 15, 2019

Recent impressive performances by Jack Grealish during Aston Villa’s promotion push to the Playoff finals have suggested that this annoyingly talented Birmingham born youngster might be on the radar for one or two Premier League clubs this summer? With Tottenham Hotspur in particular long since admiring I’ve always questioned whether Grealish has the temperament to […]

Danny Peacock May 10, 2019

What a week it’s been for English Premier League clubs in Europe and for the first time ever both major European finals will be contested by four teams from the same country. I’ve never said it until now because I’ve never really believed it until now, but English Football is officially the best in the […]

Danny Peacock May 9, 2019

Moura-mazing stuff in Amsterdam last night (see what I did there) as Spurs unbelievably came back from the brink, no doubt inspired by the previous night’s proceedings at Anfield, to turn a 0-3 aggregate deficit around to go through on away goals in dramatic last minute fashion. You simply couldn’t have put it in a […]