It’s awards time on CollinsBeans.
Over the next couple of weeks we’ll be documenting the winners of the CollinsBeans Awards 2011 – one of the most sought-after football decorations around…
And to get proceeding underway, we give you our ‘Worst Team of the Season 2010/11’. Rather than start with the winners and success stories of the last 10 months, we’re kicking off by setting the bar low. Very, very low when it comes to a certain Gary Neville…
Friday, 17 June 2011
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
Our latest look back at the season that was focuses on the pride of the East Midlands...no not, Derby but Leicester City. Long time CollinsBeans associate (and long suffering Leicester fan) James Cowley takes you on the journey of the last campaign at the Walkers though his eyes and the return of Sven to English Football.
Monday, 13 June 2011
There is life outside the Premier League when it comes to English football (yes, really) so our next end of season review dips its toes into the murky world of the Championship and gives us the low down on another turbulent 12 months at Selhurst Park
Thursday, 9 June 2011
You write them off at your peril, once again, Manchester United were crowned Premier League Champions. United fan Geoff Park gives us his views on a vintage season from a little less than vintage team. A quick warning though, if you’re a big Bebe fan then you might want to look away now...
Wednesday, 8 June 2011
The second edition of CollinsBeans end of season reviews brings into the spotlight the club with over 100 years of top flight football. Honorary Southerner, President of the Tony Hibbert fan club but most importantly dyed in the wool Everton fan Luke Edward Kelly takes you through a season of frustration on the blue half of Merseyside
Tuesday, 7 June 2011
With the season that was now in the can, it’s time for everyone to sit back, take a long hard look at themselves and pontificate wistfully on whether the last 10 months or so was really worth it or not. Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks for several clubs end of season reviews, told by those who really experience it – the fans.
Edition One stars CollinsBeans co-founder Mr James Platt and the club that started out last September as the country’s reigning league champions, yet ended it emulating the US X-Factor with a high profile sacking of a former darling...