Callum Hamilton

Soccer Contributor

Covering the Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A for SBN Soccer. Rap game Jock Wallace.


England: A new generation, the same problems

England's next wave of young talent have been hailed as superior to the fabled 'Golden Generation', but they look like repeating the same mistakes as their ancestors.

David Moyes has 5 games to save his job

David Moyes' next five games will likely decide the fate of the Manchester United manager, with several must-win and must-not-lose encounters against the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City coming up.

Soldado helps Spurs sink Cardiff

Tottenham Hotspur gained a win over Cardiff City to put themselves within sight of the Champions League spots, courtesy of a goal from Roberto Soldado.

Newcastle prevail in eventful Hull clash

Newcastle United gained a fine win at Hull City, with Moussa Sissoko bagging a brace, although the match may be more remembered for Alan Pardew incredibly seeming to headbutt David Meyler in an incident on the touchline.

Marseille desperate for success in the new Ligue 1

Marseille suffered a disastrous start to the season in France which left them miles behind Paris Saint-Germain and AS Monaco, but under their new coach their form has revived - but they'll still need a result against their eternal rivals.

Mourinho well-placed to challenge in Europe

José Mourinho has a far more difficult task in winning the Premier League in his second reign than in his first, but the increase in quality will allow him to make a far more effective challenge in Europe, despite his team's flaws.

Chedjou strikes to deny Chelsea win

Aurelien Chedjou equalised to leave Chelsea to hang on for a draw after Fernando Torres had put the Blues ahead at Galatasaray.

Galatasaray vs. Chelsea: Lineups

Didier Drogba starts up front for Galatasaray, while Andre Schurrle replaces Oscar for Chelsea as José Mourinho's men look to do rather better in their Champions League game than their English rivals managed.

Champions League takeaways: PSG looking dangerous

Paris Saint-Germain are worthy contenders for the big prize, while Arsenal and Manchester City cannot complain about the manner of their defeats after the first Champions League knockout games.

10-man Arsenal lose to Bayern in eventful game

Toni Kroos and Thomas Mueller got the goals to leave Arsenal facing a very difficult task to quality for the next round, after Wojciech Szczesny was sent off and both teams missed penalties.

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