Saturday/Saturday English Premier League & FA Cup Match Predictions: MagsBarmyArmy Reports!

Arsenal V Burnley Arsene Wenger has dedicated the rest of the season and the quest for the title to young Aaron Ramsey, who suffered the stomach churning leg break injury last weekend against Stoke. He is apparently doing much better, but will be out for up to six months. Not that the Gunners need an … Continue reading

'Saturday/Saturday' English Premiership Football Predictions: MagsBarmyArmy Reports!

Big shout out and tasty props to Sachin Tendulkar this week and his achievement within the cultured confines of the gentrified game of Cricket. Yeah, cricket: once described by dear Kobe Bryant as the game where you ”run between the poles?” Our Kobe isn’t the smartest lad: they are wickets mate, wickets; not poles! Being … Continue reading

Saturday English Premiership Predictions!!!

[[Here’s the latest installment of top-flight English Football (see also: soccer) Match predictions; brought to you from our own Mags of MagsBarmyArmy!]] Chelsea V Sunderland The bright start that Sunderland had at the beginning of the season has tailed off and Chelsea at home is an ominous prospect. Both sides had a week off last … Continue reading

Premiership Football [Soccer] Saturday Notes

    Shall we start with overwhelming and joyous news about last Sundays deserved FA Cup win by the mighty Leeds United against a certain team from across the Pennines, Man U? Yes, lets. And begin – Leeds beat Man U…… and it was bliss. Jermaine Beckford, who if recent reports are correct is on his way … Continue reading

Premiership Football – Saturday/Saturday Predictions!

This weeks predictions: Birmingham V Chelsea With nine games unbeaten, Birmingham are on a impressive streak, but Drogba and the like are just too strong. Even without Anelka and Essien Chelsea are carving out wins, and with there African contingent heading to Angola next week, I think they will want to leave there mark before … Continue reading

Saturday/Saturday! Edition: 1

[[Editor’s note: Our newest correspondent, MagsBarmyArmy brings to you his first column.  Mags’ primary contribution around the Venuist offices is to be our voice for European/International Football (that’s Soccer to you), that is, when he’s not being the voice of reason.  The below represents his first weekly Football offering.  As you can see it was … Continue reading