Monthly Archives: November 2016

Wednesday v Preston: Fessie is back

Recently, we have started to see more of the Fernando ‘Fessie’ Forestieri that Sheffield Wednesday fans fell in love with last season. He was at the centre of almost every good attacking move in the 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers. He slipped away from challenges like a bar of soap, pinched the ball in the opposing half many times… Read more →

Mahrez hasn’t changed, Leicester have

Many claim that Riyad Mahrez has lost his hunger, that he is a completely different player to last season, but this blog would contest that. Although he and Leicester achieved incredible things the previous year, the 25-year-old’s displays in the second half of that campaign can be romanticized. He produced moments of magic, like his great performance at Man… Read more →

Upson double sinks Sky Blues

Had the suspended Marvin Sordell played up top for Coventry City on Saturday afternoon, it seems likely that they would have secured at least a draw, rather than fall to the 2-1 defeat they suffered. Sordell provides pace, athleticism, bravery and a willingness to chase initial balls into the box, qualities replacement Marcus Tudgay lacked.… Read more →