Month: December 2016

Power shifts in Premier League

There are no periods for patient rebuilding anymore as evident with the constant sacking of managers. Chairmen are now results oriented and will buy to win no matter what the cost. Will any one team develop into a dominant force in the foreseeable future?

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Toronto FC: A Club on a Mission

The club now have a task at hand – what will they have to show for their remarkable improvement under new management in recent years? Can they win the Supporters’ Shield? Can they get back to the MLS cup? Are they now a regular playoff team? Players like Giovinco, Altidore, and Bradley make up the core of the side and without them, the current identity of the club would be in peril. How long will they stay?

Arsenal City Plans Fail

Thank you for listening to the Coshcast. If you enjoy it, subscribe right here on Itunes. It’s Coshcast time! The Premier League suffers a dip in form this week but unlike Loris Karius, we keep it in the line up, beginning at the Etihad where we saw the biggest […]

Pep, Mou & the battle for equality

Listen to our latest podcast below. If you enjoy it, subscribe right here on Itunes. Chris Darwen is a sports writer and author living his dream on the Costa Blanca in Spain.  Tales From The Top Flight has been featured each week in the largest English speaking newspaper in […]

Red Tinted Glasses

Thank you for listening to the Coshcast. If you enjoy it, subscribe right here on Itunes. The Coshcast is here, ladies and gentlemen so grab the beverage of your choice and settle in. We’ve gone for tea, in case you were wondering. We start in the Premier League where […]

Toronto FC: The Bradley Question

Though I’m not a season-ticket holder, I’m aware that Bradley’s performances throughout the season haven’t generally been as bad as he was in the Conference Final. I’m also aware that he has rarely looked brilliant either, with each rare excellent performance drawing both praise and confusion as to why it doesn’t happen more often.

Toronto FC: A Beautiful, Bonkers Night

The city celebrated. Voices, beers, scarves, nerves – all were lost. The Cosh were privileged to be in attendance at a game considered the greatest MLS playoff match in history. This is what the game is about. We look forward to the MLS Cup final on December 10th, also in Toronto at BMO Field. In ten days it won’t be 36,000 fans but 5 million in the Greater Toronto Area cheering the Reds on.