Former BBC blogger Robbo is a no nonsense sports pundit. He says it as he sees it, does Robbo. None of the mealy-mouthed hogwash from former players. Just straight down the line analysis with a bit of silliness thrown in.

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  • Ho ho ho! It's Robbo's Christmas Presents!
    on Dec 24, 2015
    Happy Christmas Christians! And to the other 67%of the UK population - and the rest of the world - I hope you're busy being merry in the best way you know how.Traditionally I like to play Santa at this time of year, bestowing my largesse on the great...
  • Just say MO to Fury
    on Dec 10, 2015
    Well it's nearly Christmas time and that must mean one thing: it's time for the old 'Sports Personality! That's a contradiction in terms!' joke. Done.Except this year there's one candidate who, for reasons best known to himself, is very much a 'perso...
  • Vive La France, Vive Jonah
    on Nov 20, 2015
    There's no such thing as a friendly international. It used to be the case. Nowadays they are always 'feeling out' exercises that by and large leave England supporters disarmed by futile optimism. Tuesday night at Wembley had none of that, unless...
  • Spurs On The Up!
    on Nov 9, 2015
    Confession time. This might come as something of a shock to many of few. It certainly shocks me. Here it is: I’ve always had something of a soft spot for Tottenham Hotspur. What, the laughably unsuccessful neighbour of the not quite so laughingly u...
  • Hardy Vardy*
    on Nov 4, 2015
    All strikers get on a roll. Even Darren Bent. Hell even Paul Mariner, a man who looked like a featherless goose and often played like one, managed a fine run of goalscoring for England once. Last night Wayne Rooney got on the scoresheet for...
  • Go 'WayJose!
    on Oct 27, 2015
    Finding out that Aston Villa had fired Tim Sherwood was about as surprising as an England batting collapse. Villa have been unable to construct anything resembling a team plan since they lost the one-man wrecking-ball Benteke over the summer. (It say...
  • England Expects (Very Little)
    on Oct 14, 2015
    10 out of 10. England completed the job in Vilnius on Monday night with a comfortable win against a bunch of Nordic looking types who you've never heard of. It might well be that the Lithuanians weren't entirely au fait with the England team either.
  • Blue Days At The Bridge
    on Sep 16, 2015
    What a pretty Premier League picture the table paints this morning. First up, all hail Signor Ranieri and his fearless foxes. The quiet dismissal of Nigel Pearson was a bold move. Not least because Big Nige always has the bearing of a night-club boun...
  • Well Done Wazza!
    on Sep 10, 2015
    Congratulations to the Pie-Faced Wonder. Wayne Rooney crashed home another penalty to see him become England's record scorer. Glenn Hoddle purred that the keeper got nowhere near it. The keeper touched it on its way in actually, Glenn, but then, with...
  • Precious Stones Bound To Go
    on Aug 26, 2015
    The window's closing and inexorably the cost of young English talent rises. Any club with a perceived gap in their squad is starting to leave extra sacks of cash outside the door of any lad with a UK passport and a smidgeon of talent. The likes of Be...
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