LaLiga: colourful future "No es fútbol. Es LaLiga." With these words, Spain’s top domestic football league launched a new, free-to-air streaming, multi-sports service last week. The channel will broadcast a broad range of live events ranging from sailing to swimming, from table tennis to taekwondo, from poker to fly-ski (whatever that is) and will run … Continue reading It’s LaLiga, but not as we know it
Why Chelsea fans who want Maurizio Sarri out of their club could be waiting a very long time.
There is a beautiful little video on the internet that you may very well have seen if you like football and are digitally engaged – and you’ve ticked both boxes if you’re reading this. It depicts the net transfer fees paid by the biggest-spending European clubs between 1991-2 to 2018-19. It doesn’t mention the sourcing … Continue reading The march of time – and money
You know the Big Six? The Premier League clubs who always hoover up all the trophies? Well it turns out we were all wrong. There’s no such thing.