Regular Features

With José Mourinho expected by everyone to be next in line to bring the good times back to Old Trafford, The Ballcock explores all the options available to Ed Woodward and the Glazer family.

With Chelsea announcing that captain John Terry will be leaving the club at the end of the season, The Ballcock looks back at the eighteen year career of the controversial centre back.

With the January transfer window about to blow open, we look at who could be going where over the next few weeks

From the moment a ball was first kicked in anger, football has been constantly evolving, until finally becoming the financial and emotional behemoth we know and love today. Here, we look at the most defining moments over the course of the last 150 years.

With Brendan Rodgers’ seat still bearing the arseprints of the departed North Irishman, rumours are already rife that Jürgen Klopp is set to take over at Liverpool before the week is out. However, the talented German will have his work cut out to restore pride and glory to the corridors of Anfield, and The Ballcock has identified the ten most important things he must do to make sure the good times return as quickly as possible.

The whole football world is agog at the advertisement placed by Jermain Defoe and his family for a new personal assistant. However, as insane as almost all of the demands are, there are ten more that are even more outrageous, and The Ballcock has been granted exclusive access to them. God help the child…

This week featuring the Master of Magnanimity and friend of physiotherapists, Chelsea manager José Mourinho, and Sepp venting his feelings on FIFA being compared to the Mafia.

As Manchester United finally unveil their first strip under their £750 million deal with Adidas, The Ballcock takes a look at some of the features of the 2015/16 kit.

As South America prepares for a final showdown between hosts Chile and Peru, The Ballcock looks back at the highlights of the 2015 edition of the Copa América.

Featuring player-hungry Manchester United, saintly Harry Kane, car-botherer Arturo Vidal and more

‘Hi fellow Gooners. Here’s my handy guide to the festering world of shit’.

The season draws to a close, the trophies have been lifted, and we can all look forward to a nice relaxing pummelling from the Australians in the cricket.