Questioning ownership’s will to win: The curious case of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

*One of the great things about running a sports website is that, every once in a while, I run into a character with something interesting to say.  Either they’ll agree with me or disagree but the interaction always leads to Continue reading

Not so fast, my friend: The death knell for Josh Freeman stops momentarily in Week One, or so we think

Last Sunday afternoon, Geno Smith started his very first game as quarterback for the New York Jets.  On the Buccaneers’ side of the football, Josh Freeman started his 57th.

Point: A Scottish football fan talks Manchester United, the Glazer family and ownership in professional sport

Soccer teams, at least in the UK, come under financial threat with worrying regularity. Money turns your club inside out, guts it of its most valuable assets –which are what the fans tend to identify with most –and see what Continue reading