After four years of studying a politics degree, assignments were dry and often very theoretical based. Studying for a masters in Sport Marketing is somewhat different. Gone are the days of 3000 words essays on political theory, foreign policy, and the Westminster model in UK politics. So as the assignments aren’t so dry, I’ve decided … Continue reading A Look at Goal Line Technology
Back in January when Covid-19 was far away from Europe in China, and social distancing and furlough were not words that were not mentioned every five seconds, Sport (more importantly football) was still being played and stadium tours were still occurring everyday. Oh football, and oh the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Situated in Tottenham, North London, … Continue reading Photographs from The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
With Football suspended across most of Europe and the US because of Coronavirus, it was not only football fans that now have hours to kill on a Saturday afternoon / evening, and Sunday afternoon, it's also the social media managers across Football Clubs. As a way to create some buzz on a slightly rainy and … Continue reading WHAT HAPPENS WHEN FOOTBALL GETS SUSPENDED? Twitter Noughts & Crosses matches occur between Football Clubs.
What should have been an easy mid-week FA Cup 5th Round for Tottenham Hotspur, ended in a penalty shoot out win by Norwich City FC, Eric Dier running into the stands, and fans moaning on Twitter about a guy eating pizza. With Vorm in goal, the hope suddenly turned pretty low amongst many Spurs fans, … Continue reading The Football Chat: What is happening to Tottenham Hotspur?
Oh February, in the world of Football, it's been a long old month. European football returned after the first ever EPL Winter Break, with FA Cup replays also adding to events that occured in football during the month of February. Of course the leap year brought an extra day, with Crystal Palace making history and … Continue reading February Football Round Up