A sad day for all Beards

Hello and good afternoon my Bearded Chiefs, it’s me your Bearded Captain leader of all Beards and flag bearer of all Beards on digital and broadcasting media. I am that Beard who tries to make people and I am that Beard who tries to make people smile. Brothers, I pray you’re well, looking after yourselvesContinue reading “A sad day for all Beards”

PSL review, new kids on the block!

Hello and good morning, here I Ayyaz Malik aka The Sports Buff, talk about this years on going PSL. the games have been brilliant! To help keep wonderful content coming through and help maintain project Bearded Captain , you can help fund me here; https://www.paypal.me/AyyazMalik86

Broad and Anderson the ultimate bromance

Sports like football and cricket, are beautiful sports for several reasons. Games can be decided and won through good teamwork or individual brilliance, yes that knock by Ben Stokes in the Ashes at Headingley comes to mind. As important as those factors are for winning games, I want to talk about the need to buildContinue reading “Broad and Anderson the ultimate bromance”

India vs England third test, the tale of the wounded animal

They dared to win the first test and win at a canter.  That looks to have been the worst thing that they could have done. England since winning that first test in Chennai, have since been the victims of an Indian backlash. The sparkling double hundred from skipper Joe Root seems like a distant memory.Continue reading “India vs England third test, the tale of the wounded animal”

The over 40’s club

With Pakistan being neighbours to them, many won’t be able to resist the comparisons between Pakistan Super League and the Indian Premier League. Such comparisons are extremely unfair of course as the PSL is an infant a toddler almost at 4 years old whilst the IPL is the bigger brother at 13 years old, theContinue reading “The over 40’s club”

This weeks Champions League preview

It seemed like it took a lifetime, but last week Champions League football returned after a roughly two month absence. Last week, we were treated to some good games. Sevilla were outscored by Borussia Dortmund who won 3-2 on the night and Barcelona were humbled by PSG 4-1.  In the other set of matches PortugueseContinue reading “This weeks Champions League preview”

The hangover

This season has been an unprecedented season for so many different reasons. As previously discussed in my blog post, which can be found here; https://ayyazmalik.com/2021/01/09/a-season-like-no-other/. This season has been an unusual one to put it mildly. In the English Premier League, there has been some normality that’s returned as Manchester City seem odds on toContinue reading “The hangover”

Liverpool vs Everton; the phobia of 20?

To say that Liverpool have had a tough season this year is some under statement. After accumulating over 190 points in the last two seasons, this season has been somewhat of a fall from grace for Jurgen Klopp’s side. Last year, the title was all but sealed before the lockdown, this year? The Reds areContinue reading “Liverpool vs Everton; the phobia of 20?”

James Anderson, the man who can do it on a ‘cold night in Stoke’

In cricketing terms, he should have retired a while ago, he’s arguably outstayed his welcome, but England fast bowler James Anderson is like fine wine, as they say, he gets better with age. There are not many other sportsmen that this could be said about, giving this some thought and I would say Juventus forwardContinue reading “James Anderson, the man who can do it on a ‘cold night in Stoke’”

Klopp the unstoppable Jurgen-aught?

He came to English shores as something as a phenomenon. Touted for Manchester United, amongst other jobs and even earmarked by Sir Alex himself. So when Jurgen Klopp agreed to come to Liverpool manager after he came out of a sabbatical, The Merseyside club celebrated this monumental coup of getting one of club footballs hottestContinue reading “Klopp the unstoppable Jurgen-aught?”