Best Football Blog Sites

FF chat to ArseDevils.com

ArseDevils.com has been build with a wholehearted intention of building a bigger and connected community of Arsenal and Manchester United fans all over the globe.

They are a bunch of engineering college Grads working for their one and true passion : Arsenal & Man United.

They strive to reach out to the maximum number of supporters of clubs and provide them with timely news updates, latest happenings and whats trending in and around the Emirates and Old Trafford.

   

FF chat to Free-Soccer-Picks.com

Their free soccer predictions are made with huge football experience, statistics and specialized software for football predictions. Each of their tipsters has integrated its own formula in their forecasting software.

Their soccer tips are free and they constantly strive to make them more profitable. As you can see predictions from basic package of 5 picks very often end draw so you can take advantage of this fact and use these draws with money management system.

Their mission is to try and bring you the best football predictions, a full list of sport events, odds movement. As well as their live score and live video from matches with online stream. Their services are free and will remain free.

   

FF chat to OnlineSoccerAdvisor.com

Strong tipping website for many paid soccer predictions with good confidence and success rate. Every soccer pick is carefully selected from many possible predictions to be successful, which will improve profit and winnings of our members in long period. We choose our soccer picks and predictions from famous and important leagues as England Premier League, La Liga, Seria A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, UEFA and FIFA tournaments and also lower divisions and leagues including friendly events etc. Our Soccer picks service is popular as OnlineSoccerAdvisor - home of good TIPSTERS.
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FF chat to AustraliaFootball.com

For all the latest news in the world of soccer, both in the A-league and the W-league then Australia Football is the site for you. The website also has a section dedicated to all the breaking news regarding the Socceroos, making it easy to keep up to date with the fortunes of the Australian national team. Of course, the world of football extends far beyond the borders of Australia and although the website is primarily geared towards the Australian leagues, it also includes all the latest news from around the world including the English Premier League and the Spanish La Liga.

   

FF chat to SalutSunderland.com

Football Friends chat to SalutSunderland.com about their website and of course Football.

What made you start your website?

I'd been made redundant after hundreds of years as a journalist, was living in Paris and decided to stay in France. As well as freelancing (but in the south), I decided to launch salutsunderland.com as an offshoot of francesalut.com, my own version of a blog I'd written from Paris for my then employers (The Daily Telegraph).

How long have you been blogging on your website now?

That was the beginning of 2007, so we've passed our 10-year milestone. The aggregate of hits - well over 3m - seems impressive but there are days and days!

What are your favourite football topics to blog about?

I am proud of our Who are you? series, interviews with fans of our next opposing teams. I am prouder still of the fabulous contributions made by my lifelong pal Pete Sixsmith, whose matchday reports and features combine huge footballing knowledge, warmth and wit. He's a retired teacher but should have made his living as a writer.

How long have you supported Sunderland and when was your first game?

My first game was Middlesbrough 0-1 Sunderland, taken to Ayresome Park by my dad (a Londoner exiled in County Durham so, while quite liking Sunderland, no partisan interest). Brian Clough scored the winner and it was in March 1962. I was instantly hooked. And yes, that makes me a seriously old git.

Your favourite Sunderland player of all time and why?

I would be torn between Charlie Hurley, a wonderful old-fashioned centre-half, and Kevin Phillips for his extraordinary goalscoring feats, if I hadn't been a goalie at school and in the park. So I go for Jimmy Montgomery, yes for the Wembley heroics when we won the cup in 1973 but more for his week in/week out 9/10 and 10/10 performances. I treasure the memories.

Your greatest day as a Sunderland fan?

I couldn't get a ticket for May 5 1973 so great as the day was, it wasn't completely mine. I think I'd go for when we hammered Chelsea 4-1 (Dec 4 1999). They'd beaten us 4-0 on the first game of the season, prompting colleagues to taunt me with 'you're down already' messages. To see us deservedly four up at half time, with two apiece from Phillips and Niall Quinn, was sensational.

Your worst day as a Sunderland fan?

All confirmed relegations - I've known a few - but in terms of humiliation, seeing us lose 8-0 at Southampton on Oct 18 2014, my first game after coming back from France for the English half of my year.

Your thoughts and predictions for next season now you're in The Championship? Moyes to stay?

Just after I replied to these questions, Sunderland announced he had resigned.  I had offered qualified support to Moyes all season, but with increasing reserve. He lost the fans, or a large number of them, and there were players who didn't even want to turn out for him, crying injury, on the last game of the season (Chelsea). I welcomed his appointment, while wishing Big Sam hadn't gone, but his departure is frankly best for all concerned - unless he resigned because the club won't spend money to get back up.

Thank you again to Colin at SalutSunderland.com

   

FF chat to Easy2Coach.net

 Football Friends chat to Easy2Coach about  what they do. They provide leading online  football coaching software for coaches and  clubs in Germany, accessible online or  through our apps.  Easy2coach allows  coaches to  plan their seasons, communicate  with their team, shape their training days with  over 500 drills with graphics and animations,  as well as prepare and follow up  professionally on games.

   

FF chat to BluesMiddleEast.com

Football Friends chat to Blues Middle East about their website and of course Birmingham City. Basically though, they're the online website for all Birmingham City fans already out In The Middle East or over there on holiday. Please get in touch with them if you're in the area and looking to have a drink and watch some football.

   

FF chat to EvertoniansClub.com

Football Friends chat to EvertoniansClub.com about their website and of course Football.

What made you start your website?

A combination of things really. Social media at the time included a lot of very noisy groups of Everton fans with various strong opinions about how the club should be run prior to Moshiri arriving. I wanted to express my opinions about the club and were we were and pass the views to people so they could read my thoughts in more than 140-letter soundbites. As time's gone on it has become a hobby and, I guess, a way to throw my ongoing frustrations at the time onto a page. God knows what I'll do with it if we ever become successful!

How long have you been blogging on your website now?

I actually started it the year after Martinez arrived (two years ago). We'd done well in his first season but I was still suspicious of the way things were going. Unfortunately it turned out that his first season was as good as it got. Good luck Belgium!

What are your favourite football topics to blog about?

I guess the articles that flow the easiest aren't previews or match reviews, but opinion pieces. I can very quickly throw out 1,000 words without realising it when debating the merits of the way we play, or players causing us problems internally. I steer clear of the big political discussions about club ownership for example as other people blog about that with a hell of a lot more time to research the debates on offer. Plus we have no idea what is actually going on at a Boardroom level!

How long have you supported Everton and when was your first game at Goodison Park?

I've been a fan now since 1983 - and I was almost a fan of the 'other lot' by accident! We lived in Yorkshire at the time and my Dad decided to take the family to Liverpool for the weekend and wanted to get tickets to a game. We were at home so we went to a home game against Forest which ended in a 1-0 win. Adrian Heath got the winner and I decided they were the team for me. Looking back at the attendance there were only 23,000 fans there which proves how far we've come I guess. As the team kept winning during the 80s I was convinced that this would be how it would be for the rest of my Everton-supporting days. Turned out to be slightly different as you can imagine...

Your favourite Everton player of all time and why?

Hmm. Tricky. I was always a Lineker fan, although he wasn't with us for more than a season. Sheedy and Kanchelskis were also great favourites of mine in terms of attacking, exciting football. Randomly one player who I always thought gave 100% and scored some very important goals was Graham 'Diamond' Stuart. These days? Now that's a hard one. Leighton Baines has been great for years but is declining in quality unfortunately. Barkley has no footballing brain. Jagielka is a decent leader but not a great defender unfortunately. Nope, I'm awaiting my next favourite Everton player unfortunately. Any ideas?

Your greatest day as an Everton fan?

Has to be the FA Cup win in 1995. That might sound small-time compared to other fans, and be strange when I was around in the 80s, but I was in my late teens and old enough to really enjoy the day. The fact that we were such big underdogs made it even sweeter. Oh, and I had Rideout/1-0 in a double at 45-1 from Ladbrokes. Qualifying for the Champions League was great and unexpected but we knew we still had a qualifier to get cheated out of (not bitter).

Your worst day as an Everton fan?

Where do I start (and ignoring the local devastation of Hillsborough and us getting banned due to Heysel); I must admit to being pretty heartbroken following us being dumped out of the Champions League qualifiers to Villareal, but I think the FA Cup Final defeat by Chelsea took some beating. We had the best squad we'd had in years but as soon as Chelsea took the lead we knew we'd lost. It was just depressing to see, and the club took a real dive in terms of confidence. The next few years saw Moyes simply being negative and sulking, and we knew we'd missed a great opportunity to win something. Oh, and that semi-final defeat in the FA Cup to the worst Liverpool side in history a few years ago? AAAARGGGHHH!!!

Your thoughts and predictions for Everton ahead of the new season with Ronald Koeman now in charge?

I think if we'd just brought in Koeman without funds I'd be a little concerned. I think he's a good manager who will be able to motivate the players, but he'll need time. A lot of the players in our squad have been 'spoilt' by the Martinez era and need moving on and that will take time. The money angle means that he and Steve Walsh will be able to build a squad for the coming years and I hope the Everton fans realise this. I think finishing higher than last season (so, top 10) and a cup run would be okay. I expect more next season, although now every club is pretty rich we might have to be smarter with our cash.

Best football ground you've been to?

Apart from Goodison (obviously) I'd probably say somewhere like Fulham or Upton Park. These shiny new stadiums are very nice (and we need one ourselves to compete financially) but the older, more charming stadiums are much more fun. Lower-league grounds are always worth visiting so you can enjoy 'proper' football environments as opposed to corporate events.

The new Premier League season is nearly here, who do you think will win it?

Assuming that we might have to wait until next season for our title challenge... You know what, after last season I don't think I understand football at all. Leicester City winning it was a massive shock to us all so it will probably be the most organised team that will win it. Man Utd, City, Chelsea are still going through massive change, and these expensive superstars that are being bought are still to be proven in our league. Spurs could do well, as could Arsenal. Let's be honest though. Anyone but Liverpool.

Thank you again to Peter at EvertoniansClub.com