Are players turning their back on that club who made them? That club that took a gamble? That club who has given them everything?
I will be the first to admit, I wouldn’t have thought 5-years-ago that I would have shown so much interest in the Woman’s European Championships and attending two consecutive FA Cup finals at Wembley Stadium. Woman’s football is certainly starting to be embraced by our nation as record attendances and viewing figures continue to be shattered.
Down on the Isle of Wight this week and had the pleasure to sit in the middle of the solent and watch the start of the Fastnet race. Thought I'd try a different way of telling the story…
Hope you enjoy…
Throughout this summer transfer window, Liverpool Football Club has been continuously linked with a high profile move for Southampton defender Virgil Van Dijk.
In recent days, it has been reported through the likes of Sky Sports News that Barcelona’s Brazilian talisman has agreed to a 5-year-deal with French side PSG.
Ahead of the Merseyside derby later on, it has come as a relief to many Liverpool fans that inform striker Divock Origi had been passed fit by manager Jurgen Klopp after an injury scare against the south coast side AFC Bournemouth.
But is the striker the answer to Liverpool’s attacking woes of recent seasons?
On Thursday, Nike and the Football Association launched the new Nike England Euro 2016 home and away kits from the heart of English football, Wembley Stadium. Thanks to Nike Football, writers William Lindsey and Nathan Hodge were able to gain a behind the scenes Nike experience, along with From the Stands writer David Moat.