It may be over a week until Bonfire Night but it’s never too early to start planning ahead, so here are five firework displays we recommend attending in Chelmsford.
The Clarets are often regarded as one of the largest teams in Non League football. But why is this the case when it is so clearly false? It first came to my attention when I was on a coach home from an away game. The Chelmsford Directors and boss Rod Stringer were in deep discussion […]
Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin made the shocking announcement that he would be putting the Club up for sale yesterday evening.
If the rumours are true, then Harry Wheeler is no longer Billericay Town manager. But who could take over from the former St Albans City boss? An impressive start to the League campaign saw the newly promoted outfit claim the top-spot however, a 2-0 defeat at Chippenham Town led to Club Owner Glenn Tamplin reportedly […]
It’s becoming increasingly regular that a press conference in a sporting context is regulated by a media officer, however, is it correct that they have the power to do this? One of the most recent managerial rumours circulating the media has been one linking Tottenham Hotspur’s manager Mauricio Pochettino to Real Madrid. The La Liga […]
When Wales reached the semi-finals of the 2016 European Championships, they returned home to an open-top bus parade through Cardiff. But they did not win the tournament, so why was a celebration needed? In my opinion, the need to celebrate success is a subjective matter. Depending on the context of the situation, then success should […]
In a world where disabilities are the taboo topic of the school playground and the lesser-known conversation at work, Rob Burnett’s The Fundamentals of Caring omits a feeling that it is no longer a time where we are split into groups of ‘them’ and ‘us’ and that disability should not define or restrict us in life. The […]
Logan Paul may have ruined his career by his rash actions while in Japan, however his mistakes have made us talk about suicide and that is what is needed.
Recently I was told that some countries use a mandatory voting system and that made me wonder whether it could be used in the United Kingdom or not.
In April 2015 BT Sport and The Football Conference agreed a deal that would revolutionise the top two tiers of Non League football. But how much of a benefit was the work between the two companies?