All sorts of chancers are allowed to run English football clubs. A reflection of UK business in general, I suppose.
I feel sorry for those fans that travel to away games. I know one chap from Wolverhampton with a Black Country accent who follows Brentford Home and away. I only go when it suits me. Home games at 3pm mostly.
"Start brushing up on your rendition of 'God Save the Queen.'
The Premier League secured a clean sweep of European finalist berths on Thursday after both Arsenal and Chelsea advanced to the Europa League's showpiece encounter. The London rivals earned their spots in Baku, Azerbaijan with wins over Valencia and Eintracht Frankfurt, respectively.
Those victories - the former in comfortable fashion, the latter in a penalty shootout - followed a manic two days of Champions League action in which both Liverpool and Tottenham claimed stunning comeback wins to reach the final of that competition. The surreal turnarounds came at the expense of Barcelona and Ajax.
It's the first season in history in which all four European tournament finalists represent the same country.
That Spanish dominance, so prevalent over the past decade, has now given way to England's resurgence.
Football's coming home."
God Save our gracious Queen, long live our Noble Queen....
I was in meetings all day and missed it. As a Gunners fan I reckon now it's better that I miss it. Journey home? I heard there were only 7,000 supporters who made it out there from both teams. I doubt there are flights back to the UK right now.
All English Champions League final too...maybe Liverpool will actually win something.
Chelsea cannot spend much on new players now because of restrictions. Ambramovic is mostly out of the UK. Lampard might be the right appointment to keep the fans happy and the club ticking over. True he has no time to speak of as a manager. Then again, Solskaer got the Cardiff job years ago with little managerial experience.