Without even addressing the nauseous levels of bare-faced marketing spiel that such a slogan evokes, Liverpool Football Club’s merchandising tagline ‘This Means More’ has received a mixed reception in recent times, especially amidst reports concerning the club’s recent controversial attempt to trademark the word ‘Liverpool’.
A record £260million injection into football by the FA is still not enough for staunch grassroots supporter and Bolton North East MP David Crausby.
Oldham have built the North West’s first outdoor futsal centre and with it will surely come fresh initiatives to encourage team spirit among children as England seeks to breed a generation of winners to match 1966.
The former BBC director general was talking about challenging discrimination in the media and football – championing schemes like Kick It Out’s ‘Season of Action’.
Dutchman Louis van Gaal’s second signing arrived today when Southampton left-back Luke Shaw put pen to paper to bring United’s spending to around £60million in two days.
No chance: Manchester United legend Paul Scholes and ex-FA chairman see no immediate hope for England
The 39-year-old’s claims come as former FA chairman, David Bernstein, thinks England’s under-achieving at major tournaments will continue for the foreseeable future.
Comment: FA’s controversial ‘League Three’ plan is the way forward – and it should be just the start
FA Commision’s controversial ‘League Three’ plan to introduce Premier League B teams into the football pyramid is the way forward but more should be done.
Manchester United’s Ferdinand, a member of the commission, has backed the introduction of Premier League B teams into the Football League pyramid, part of a bid to tackle the faltering national side’s fortunes