Millsy View reviews why the Saudi-backed bid for Newcastle was a good thing for Premier League football.
One problem that came from the Premier League Coronavirus break is that many player's contracts, both loan and permanent, were set to run out on June 30th or July 1st, making them either free agents or forcing them to return to their parent club. For these players, plus those in other leagues like Ligue 1, … Continue reading Millsy’s Out Of Contract XI: The CoVid 19 Midfielders
Saturday is upon us, I'm off from everything all day, so I'm going to be here for ALL of it, what a Saturday! The pinnacle of it all for me will be Ole's debut, but of course we have Arsenal at home to Burnley with Sean Dyche's men on a bad run and Bournemouth at … Continue reading Millsy’s View: Saturday Predictions
So, for a long time since I started doing this, I've always thought of starting the weekend off with my predictions. Ok, this may be a pointless and ultimately embarrassing way to go about things, but these days a man needs to be ahead of the curve, rather than reacting to what's already taken place. Plus, as some may know, I love a good "I told you so" and what better way to achieve that than telling people what's going to happen before it does?
Since I last wrote something, the football world it seemed has gone into upheaval! The Mourinho saga at United (one of my primary focuses) has been creating new headlines for hungry reporters by the day. Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused of rape and is looking, in my opinion, a little guilty as a hush payment … Continue reading Millsy’s View: Week 8
So, that wonderful time is upon us again. After 26 LONG days that seemed like 26 years, football is BACK if not coming home....Yes, that period of great togetherness that the World Cup 2018 seemed to bring to the country (i.e. England fans united in support of England and everyone else united in their hatred/jealousy … Continue reading Millsy’s View: The New Season Is Here And IT. IS. ON.