The Joys of Being an American Sports Fan in England

American fans are probably sick of hearing UK fans complain about the time’s they stay up til for UFC and Boxing on a weekend, but it’s a commitment that we all do, and as much as we complain, we wouldn’t have it any other way. It’s often just the complaints of some fans on the other side of the pond that they may be in bed just after midnight that triggers it! This weekend we’ll all be up at 5.30am, doing it all over again to watch Max Holloway tackle Dustin Poirier, but these are simply the joys of being an American Sports fan in England.

The Byron Bulletin #2 // ‘The Best Deadline Day Ever’

Another Deadline Day in the books – Ian Holloway described it as ‘the best ever’ as ‘all the big players are on the move’, despite the biggest controversy of the day being whether or not Doucoure would leave Watford, or whether Gueye would join PSG. Holloway never was known for talking sense though – this is the same man that began talking about Cristiano Ronaldo in a presser and concluded the analogy with explaining how well-endowed his hamster was.

The Byron Bulletin #1 // Transfer Madness & Common Enemies

Here we go; the first edition of a new feature for SpitballingPod. I’ve decided that my ramblings on a Monday night podcast aren’t quite enough to satisfy the amount I need to get off my chest on a weekly basis and so I’ll be chucking any of my other thoughts online as part of this blog on a regular basis.