1. 2010 FIFA World Cup: US Soccer Team To Cause Major Upset

    There are no world stars in the US National Soccer team that are preparing to take on the world's best in South Africa. But what the Yanks do have in abundance is professionalism; their progress will not be spoilt by ego...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 47 reads 124 comments

  2. The Most Hated Sports Club in The World, Ever?

    There was a time, not so long ago where the world of English football was a well ordered one. In that world the top four teams were Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 846 reads 14 comments

  3. Fernando Torres to Manchester City?

    So Liverpool are pot-less, clueless, manager-less, and can no longer offer Champions League football (and possibly won't for a few years to come)...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 756 reads 12 comments

  4. Boateng Signs, Silva Is Second and Yaya a Close Third?

    The transfer merry-go-round is slowly moving into gear for Manchester City with confirmation of Jerome Boateng's move to COMS...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 3,895 reads 17 comments

  5. David Silva Manchester City Bound

    Manchester City have agreed a fee for David Silva and have overcome the minor issues in the personal terms in order to get the deal completed before the World Cup...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 2,033 reads 15 comments

  6. Are You Ready For The Most Explosive Transfer Window in History?

    As a thread on the Manchester City forum Bluemoon states—"It's Quiet." I am far from alone in thinking that, in transfer terms, it is too quiet. Jose Mourinho's change of jobs is the reason, if you were to believe the press...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 1,777 reads 0 comments

  7. Manchester City Hit Scintilating Form at Exactly the Right Time.

    When the January transfer window creaked shut with only two additions to Roberto Mancini's squad, it was commonly thought that a golden opportunity to crack the 'Big 4' had been squandered...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 321 reads 1 comments

  8. Why Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini are Dead Wrong About Football

    I have written about Blatter and Platini before and it has never been complimentary. There are many reasons why any football fan should despise Blatter and be wary of any of his motives...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 306 reads 6 comments

  9. Transfer Window Blows Open as Manchester City Spend, Spend, Spend

    There are always rumours come the opening of the bi-annual transfer window, but this year it seems one team has been at the centre of all the hubbub...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 1,869 reads 8 comments

  10. The Biggest Manchester Derby in Three Decades?

    It has been some months since I have written a piece for BR.  I have been busy with other things and even though there has been plenty I have had to say, I put all things Bleacher to the back of my mind...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about over 4 years ago 335 reads 9 comments

  11. Manchester United vs. Manchester City: The Prediction

    Last week, I was right in my assertion that City would beat the arrogant Arsenal, although the manner in which City put them to the sword was unexpected...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about almost 5 years ago 197 reads 0 comments

  12. Manchester City Vs. Arsenal: A Prediction

    For some time now, pundits have talked about Manchester City needing at least another season to be considered a team. The ones who know argue that, as talented as the players City now has, they need time to gel, to become a unit...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 485 reads 11 comments

  13. Who Is in Charge: Fifa, UEFA , The FA or the Premier League?

    Now it may seem like a very simple question, but who runs football? Over the last several weeks we have heard what Platini thinks about debt for example, and that Roman Abramovich agrees with ...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 414 reads 14 comments

  14. David Moyes, Cashed Up and in the Spotlight

    Over the last few weeks, David Moyes has had a lot to say about how transfers happen. In this writer's opinion, he has made himself look rather silly...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 164 reads 18 comments

  15. Manchester City's Lake: Talent and Ability Lost To Fate

    For those of you who don't know, the picture above is of Paul Lake. He is a born and bred Mancunian who lived the dream in his early years. He was picked up by Manchester City, the team he supported at an early age (having been spotted at the age of 10).

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 237 reads 11 comments

  16. David Moyes: People Who Live in Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones

    As a Manchester City fan I am very well used to being called names, abused and generally thought of as a laughing stock because of my footballing affiliation. Water, duck, back...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 694 reads 31 comments

  17. How Do You Solve a Problem Like David Moyes?

    If I were an Everton supporter right now, I would be worried. Not as you may assume because of the lack of money, the stagnated squad, the injuries, the crappy old stadium or the threat of Lescott ...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 172 reads 19 comments

  18. Is David Moyes Looking for a Way out by Using Joleon Lescott As the Last Straw?

    David Moyes is an exceptional manager.He is thoughtful, measured, and a gentleman.But I think that he is now looking for a way out of Goodison...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 159 reads 6 comments

  19. Lescott, Upson And Distin: Manchester City Have Choices

    Manchester City's achilles heel will be their defence: So say the majority of pundits and commentators when previewing the coming Premier League season...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 208 reads 10 comments

  20. Joe Hart Called Into England Squad

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has been called into the England squad after an injury forced Ben Foster to withdraw...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 160 reads 3 comments

  21. So You Know About Football Do You?

    As we all know Sir Alex Ferguson is the font of all knowledge and wisdom when it comes to footballing matters, indeed he is never wrong. So here's a few questions for all the nerds out there to try their hands at...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 295 reads 4 comments

  22. Manchester City Gain Their First Prize: Respect

    A fellow BR contributor has informed me that the banner at Old Trafford "celebrating" the 33-year lack of trophies for City has been taken down. This could simply be because it is being cleaned or updated, ready for the 34th year...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 295 reads 4 comments

  23. Sir Alex Needs To Learn a Lot From Sir Bobby's Example

    I have deliberately waited a few days to write this as I wanted to really consider my words, and make a point that could be thought of as petty or deliberately hurtful. That is not my intention...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 261 reads 21 comments

  24. City Raid Arsenal Again To Sign Toure for £15m

    Manchester City are continuing their pursuit of experienced performers for their intended assault on the Premier League this season...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 169 reads 1 comments

  25. Manchester City for the Top Four: Here's the Proof

    The simplest way of describing the challenge that faces Manchester City in the coming season is in the 22 point gap between the 10th place finish and the desired fourth place target...

    True Blue Written by True Blue about 5 years ago 413 reads 25 comments