Diego Melendez has been a big name in the Durham Saints this season. We fired some questions at the man from Mexico City…
DUAFC’s 1sts beat Gloucestershire on Wednesday to mark a strong beginning to their bid for the BUCS Championship, their first ever appearance in the competition. The boys are looking to make history…
It’s the biggest match the college, and Division 3, have ever seen. TOM MILLS takes us behind the scenes of this tantalising encounter…
The Tab catches up with the DUAFC 1st XI who still languish in the annals of the unknown despite another unbeaten season.
With the Premier League season tantalisingly poised, Xander Drury evaluates the title credentials from both sides of Manchester as ‘squeaky-bum time’ returns.
League champions DUAFC take on the crossbar challenge.
After a recent 4-1 demolishing of Sheffield Wednesday WFC, the highest ranked team at that stage of the competition, the recently formed Wildcats find themselves in the 3rd round of the FA Cup.
The lowest-ranked team still in the competition, Durham Wildcat’s progress into the third round of the Women’s FA Cup.
The trials and tribulations of being a Newcastle fan.
Tottenham come to St. James’.
Pardew wins round the fans.
The action from the ‘SDA’…
Rory Gallimore plays Football Manager
THE ONE brings you it’s next stereotype, your typical DUAFC player. At the bottom of the page is our reality poll. If you’ve met our stereotype, rate 5. If this is balderdash, rate 1.
Former Manchester United man Ollie Gill on his choice to go from Red Devils to Durham Economics.