Small can be beautiful

By The Football Blog, May 11, 2016

Leicester City's astonishing Premier League victory has been one of the most romantic footballing stories of all time. Struggling against relegation last season; lifting the world-renowned trophy at the end of this one – Claudio Ranieri himself said it felt like a dream.


David Beckham to star at JW3

By Josh Jackman, May 6, 2016

David Beckham will speak at JW3 community centre next month.

The former England captain is to be interviewed by BBC Radio 4 presenter Kirsty Young on June 14 about his football career and ‘7: The David Beckham Unicef Fund,’ a charity which helps children around the globe.


WATCH: Harmen vs NL Raiders A (highlights)

By Danny Caro, May 3, 2016

North London Raiders A retained the MGBSFL Premier Division trophy after hitting Harmen for six to clinch part two of a possible league and cup treble.


Chelsea warn fans against antisemitism ahead of Spurs clash

By Josh Jackman, April 28, 2016

Chelsea have warned fans not to engage in discriminatory behaviour during their game against Tottenham Hotspur after a complaint was made about antisemitic posts on social media.

A fan reported antisemitic language he had seen on Facebook to senior officials at Chelsea, with the club responding by asking for fans to act in “a passionate but respectful manner”.


WATCH: CAC Final - NL Raiders A v Oakwood A (highlights)

April 18, 2016

North London Raiders A completed the first part of a possible treble as they retained the Cyril Anekstein Cup with a hard-fought win over Oakwood A at Wingate & Finchley.


Former Hasmonean pupil is director of British Mossack Fonseca offshoot

By Simon Rocker, April 11, 2016

The Panamanian law firm under international scrutiny for helping wealthy people avoid tax has a British offshoot with a former Hasmonean High School pupil as a director.

Emmanuel Cohen was revealed by the Times to be one of the directors of Mossack Fonseca & Co (UK) based in Hitchin, North Hertfordshire.


This is finally going to be our year... but whose?

April 7, 2016

Adam Gold

This was supposed to be our year. It was the season when all the usual excuses disintegrated. The richer clubs who can outspend Arsenal and tend to finish higher in the Premier League as a result - Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United - were all in various stages of malfunction.


Bayern Munich apologises over ‘Auschwitz’ tweet

By Josh Jackman, March 16, 2016

German football club Bayern Munich has apologised after posting a picture that some complained was reminiscent of Auschwitz concentration camp.

The image featured train tracks running up to Bayern’s Allianz Arena below a sign emblazoned with Italian club Juventus’ slogan “Fino Alla Fine” - meaning “until the end” - crossed out in red.


Arsenal fans filmed singing anti-Semitic chants on London tube ahead of north London derby match

By Jessica Weinstein, March 8, 2016

A video has emerged of Arsenal fans singing antisemitic chants on their way to the north London derby with Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday.


Spurs fan to wear Arsenal shirt to North London derby - for charity

By Naomi Firsht, March 4, 2016

A Tottenham Hostspur fan has agreed to what some would describe as the ultimate betrayal - wearing an Arsenal shirt - but it’s all in the name of a good cause.