If you are looking for a pick-me-up from the Monday Blues then the Sports Cheeses Tumblr is what you are after. The Williams Sisters (not those ones) have come up with some dreamy illustrations, combining the logos of world's most famous sports brands and your favourite cheesesRead More
If you haven't seen illustrator Tom Chitty's cartoons yet then you obviously haven't found his brilliant blog Foospaper (check it out) or seen any of his weekly pieces for The Football Ramble
Kindly, Tom has let Bantr blog select our favourites from his work and bring them to you. Enjoy!Read More
To celebrate the Bundesliga's Golden anniversary pop princes Coke Zero have launched a fantastic marketing campaign, blending the Bundesliga's greatest players and most memorable moments into single montages of continuous play. Well worth a watch!Read More
Broken metatarsals, strained hamstrings and fractured ankles are all part-and-parcel of modern football and many a footballer is likely to be side-lined by a few injuries throughout their career. But there is a rare breed that seems to spend a little longer with on the injury list than most.
Bantr blog examines the Premier League’s most prolific physio-botherers.Read More
Montenegro are shock leaders of England’s World Cup qualifying group and could well deliver a devastating blow to the Three Lions’ campaign tonight in Podgorica. Bantr blog profiles the sensational player who dragged the small East European nation from newborn country to tenacious football competitors.Read More
If you are yet to see any of illustrator David Squires' cartoons then you really need to take a look at his blog thesunshineroom.com- it's brilliant. It consists of some of the funniest and best drawn football cartoons that you'll ever see.
Bantr blog picks out a couple of our favourites. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did!Read More
Their jerseys have adorned the nation's greatest players (and some not so great ones) during the highs and the lows of England's checkered football history. From Bobby Moore and Geoff Hurst's iconic red kits of the 1966 World Cup Final to some truly hideous numbers that never made it onto the pitch.Read More
In recent years, Michael Owen’s career – or at least the perception of it – has become riddled with negativity. If there ever were a Michael Owen movie (and may we place on record that we absolutely don’t wish for that), we would be treated to seemingly one of the most anti-climatic endings in cinema history. We’d leave the cinema shaking our heads, perplexed at the directorial choices in the last third and at a loss to recall exactly what all the hype was about in the first place.Read More
There will not be an English representative in the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time since 1996. The post mortem and soul searching is in full swing and Bantr blog identifies a fundamental flaw that has caused all four teams to come a cropper this season.Read More
Saying goodbye to Mario is how I imagine it will be to say goodbye to a child leaving for University – a sense of concern and regret all wound up in an inner certainty that it’s for the best – there’s only so long he can lounge around with his dad before he’ll grow tired of me reading the riot act for the umpteenth time.