With Michy Batshuayi set to replace Romelu Lukaku in Belgium’s starting line-up when England take on the Red Devils in Kaliningrad this evening, some members of the public might be mistaken for thinking that the Three Lions’ backline will be going toe to toe with a dairy product.
We may be going out on a limb here, but Arsenal’s Europa League semi-final first leg home draw against Atlético Madrid is the most Arsenal thing to happen to Arsenal this season. Continue reading “The most Arsenal thing to happen to Arsenal this season: Arsenal 1-1 Atlético Madrid”
We’ve had a lot of time on our hands during the international break, so naturally these spare hours have been used to put together a ranking of footballers’ accessories.
From the suave and extravagant, to the desperate and disillusioned. It wasn’t easy… Continue reading “Four Pints Later’s definitive ranking of footballers’ accessories”
In the summer of 2015 – our very first episode – we made a selection of predictions for the upcoming season. In the summer of 2016 we did exactly the same thing. And, true to form, in the summer of 2017 – just this week in fact – we made our predictions for the new campaign. Continue reading “Four Pints Later – pre-season predictions 2017/2018”
We’re approaching a very unusual time in the football season: the end. It’s a time when fans get to watch games in shorts and sunglasses, TV companies start accompanying football coverage with adverts for cricket and two teams with absolutely nothing to play are seemingly able to stage the world’s most excruciatingly tedious stand-off without breaking sweat. Continue reading “What to expect from the final few weeks of the Premier League”