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Having sat alongside many an ex-footballer during my time in the Radio City commentary role, it goes without saying that they all believe they can still play a bit!!!
Maybe now is the time for Sharpy to don those old boots of his and prove your're never too old !!!!
Desperate times require desperate measures!!!!
Looking back to the start of the...
It's been a long time since I've sat and watched an Everton game as a fan as opposed to working on the game for Radio City.
The thought did cross my mind on Monday night how fortunate I was.
For any Evertonian the game was an endurance test and I felt a little sorry for those of you that had, and...
As I look ahead to our live Monday night fixture at Wigan I can't help but turn my attention to our wonderful paymasters the TV companies.
By the time we reach Christmas we'll have completed 2 home matches on a Saturday that kicked off at 3pm. Out of the other 7 league games, 6 of them have seen kick off times...
Earlier this week, I was asked to highlight the viewing problems fans experience at Goodison Park and I found, without much effort, a Lower Bullens seat with 6 pillars between me and the pitch. That's a hard seat to sell in good economic times. I then walked from the seat down on to the concourse. It looked cramped with no...
Well, it's usually around this time of year when it all gets underway............so if you can't beat them as they say, you might as well join them. No, I'm not referring to the masses of shoppers descending upon the new Liverpool One complex to undertake that annual ritual of Christmas shopping. I am, of course, going to join the debate...
With 45 minutes on the clock at Upton Park you just couldn't see us going on to win, could you?
They were the better side. No doubt.
But all credit to the players and the manager. David Moyes went for it, made a few substitutions and we got our reward.
Looking at where we were three or four games ago the...
Travelling to London ahead of this weekend's match at Upton Park brings back great memories of last season's double header down in the East End.
I'm referring of course to the League Cup Quarter Final victory and our league win there in the space of three days.
That League win was our 12th game unbeaten (10 of them won) during a...
It's been a while since I've been able to write a 'feel good' blog. Amazing what two games in a week does for you.
Okay, so Wednesday night was by no means a sensational performance but it is, after all, the result that matters at the end of the day.
In fact, on reflection, our second half performance against Manchester United...