It's fair to say that Chelsea haven't quite found their feet under Frank Lampard's management yet, but there are some encouraging signs. Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham have taken the opportunity given to them and turned in some great early performances to really stake a claim for regular first team football. Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho… Continue reading Will Chelsea be comfortable enough to play the waiting game?
I'm sorry, what?! That is ludicrous, even more so the reasons they've given for doing it. Johnson and his government are insisting this is to do with the domestic agenda and not Brexit, which is so much bullshit I don't know where to start shovelling. This is clearly about trying to steamroller a version, any… Continue reading So, to return sovereignty and democracy to the UK, we have to suspend the democratic body?
The eternal struggle for creative or artistic people. You've probably heard of the term 'writer's block'. It refers to a writer's struggle to get the ideas flowing and think of what to write or how to proceed with writing. Some say there is no such thing as writer's block and that you can write about… Continue reading Writer’s Block
Well, the first two games of the Premier League season have been played and Frank Lampard has a single point for his efforts. And while Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City all have maximum points, I really don't think Chelsea have a huge amount to worry about. The results haven't been what was wanted but there… Continue reading Chelsea really don’t need to worry.
Michael Gove has said in the last couple of days that the EU is refusing to negotiate with the UK. Well, duh! From their point of view the negotiation has already taken place and a deal agreed. They've also said repeatedly the Withdrawal Agreement is not open to renegotiation so the matter is closed. There… Continue reading Why do Brexiteers think the EU owe us anything?
Well, I suppose being a child with older parents would have something to do with it. My Dad was born in 1949 and my mum in 1958 so they grew up in a different musical era. The music that would be played around the house was stuff like Led Zeppelin, Prince, Dire Straits, Eric Clapton,… Continue reading Why do I listen to Rock n’ Roll?
That question is the subject of books, TV shows and everything else in between. And now it's the subject of my 50th blog post. Yep I have written 49 blog posts about everything from why Disney remade The Lion King to the state of British and American politics. I've written personal pieces before but this is… Continue reading What motivates you?
Money. That's why. They knew moviegoers would go and see this film just on the strength of the name alone. It carries on the recent Disney trend of remaking their classic animated films live-action or this case photo-realistic animation. After Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book, Dumbo, Pete's Dragon and Aladdin, The Lion King was the… Continue reading Why did Disney remake The Lion King?
Now, I love me a good film. Over the last couple of years I have really started going to the cinema regularly for films I wouldn't normally have thought to go and see. Films like Widows, American Made, The Hitman's Bodyguard and others were not films I would have gone out of my way to see a… Continue reading My 5 Favourite Films
With England's brave Lionesses falling in the semi finals of the World Cup, the sporting world now turns its gaze to the cricket field as Joe Root leads England's latest attempt to regain the greatest cricketing prize of all. The Ashes. My interest and enjoyment of Test Cricket was really first sparked in the summer… Continue reading Why I’m excited for the Ashes.