Welcome to Debatable Decisions brand new feature “Ask The Blogger”, where we ask some of the blogosphere’s leading bloggers questions relating to refereeing in the game we all know and love. First up is Gav, the founder and editor of the legendary Les Rosbifs, a blog that follows English footballers and managers plying their trade [...]
In part two of our new feature, “Ask The Blogger”, we speak to Ryan Keaney, founder and editor of The Football Project, a European football blog with a string of quality writers behind it. The site also includes a podcast that was recently featured in The Guardian newspapers favourite things of the week and just [...]
This week, we look at the future generation of football fans, Luis Suarez shows the skills from his acting class and Kenny Dalglish goes blind.
One of our resident judges, Mike Kobylko, tells us about how being a part of the Debatable Decisions team has affected his opinion on the men at the centre of everything we do, the referees. You can follow Mike on Twitter @Mike7077 — Let’s face it, the armchair supporter has an array of tools available [...]
Todays guest piece comes from Chris Boothroud, editor and author of the fantastic The Czech Up blog, which covers all aspects of Czech football from the Champions League to the Grambinas Liga. You can follow Chris on Twitter @theczechup — We all want referees to be perfect, but the fact is they are not and probably [...]
Today’s guest blog comes from Serie A aficionado Rory Hanna. Rory has written for sites such as forzaitalianfootball, IBWM and backpagefootball. You can follow him on Twitter @Rornald0 The Calciopoli scandal has raged on since 2006. It has seen Italy’s biggest club stripped of trophies and punished so harshly that it is only just recovering, [...]
Play-acting, handbags, headbutts and twits. All are covered in this week’s lowlights of the Premier League’s weekend action. Joey Barton helps us along – as always.
This week we welcome back Jose Mourinho, we see yet another Arsenal player tackling like he’s from Stoke, we also learn how to win a penalty and another outfield goalkeeper.
Kicking off the season in tremendous fashion, this week we have finger pointing, imaginary elbows, some lovely cynical defending and our first dive of the Premier League season. And we thought we might struggle for content on the opening weekend!
We’re getting ever closer to the start of the Premier League season but the Football League is already underway. It’s a good warm up, there’s already been some crunching tackles and lessons to be learnt, this is how not to tackle. Watch and learn, my friends.