Fred Everiss became manager (well, secretary-manager) of West Bromwich Albion way back in 1902. English football's longest-serving manager of all time was still in charge at The Hawthorns when Roy Hodgson was born on 9 August 1947.
Leeds United moved into 2024 on a strong run of form in the Premier League and having secured progression to the knockout stages of the Euro Cup with a 100% record thanks to striker Sidnei's incredible goalscoring form. A quiet January transfer window was dominated by the outgoings of attacking midfielder Armin Djerlek to Werder... Continue Reading →
We went into the 2020/21 campaign having sealed Leeds United's place in the Premier League and enjoying a rise in financial clout as a result. That allowed us to spend a bit more money to strengthen in the summer. Our main signing was Argentinian winger Rodrigo De Paul, who came in for £9.75 million from... Continue Reading →
Leeds United went into 2020 sitting pretty in eight place in their first season back in the Premier League after a strong run of five wins and a draw through December had catapulted them up the table. I didn't see much need to spend in January, instead waiting for the summer when it looked like... Continue Reading →
Having won The Championship title at the first attempt with Leeds United plenty of rebuilding and strengthening was likely to be needed to compete at Premier League level. That began with offloading a whole host of players that weren't going to be up to the task beginning with Eunan O'Kane, who I'd really struggled to... Continue Reading →
With a first ever European trophy looking pretty in the cabinet at Stadio di Bergamo, our fifth season in Atalanta looked to be one of further strengthening and offering additional experience to even more exciting youngsters. The summer of 2022 saw more sales add to the Atalanta coffers, including our two oldest players departing the... Continue Reading →