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Indesit Calls Up Football Fans Throughout Europe

April 5, 2012

Indesit Football Talents: four great teams, 64 players, and a final at Emirates Stadium.  64 winners will be selected by the online community and a jury including Arsenal, AC Milan, Paris Saint Germain and Shakhtar. On 15 May 2012, four 16-man squads will compete at Emirates Stadium.  February 2012 – Indesit, official partners of Arsenal [&hell […]

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Is booing ever the answer?

October 13, 2010

Come the final whistle at Wembley last night, England’s players trudged off with an increasingly familiar sound ringing in their ears: the boos of their own supporters. There was no Rooney address to the camera this time, no “nice to see your fans booing you” schtick. But — leaving aside the irony of “once a […] […]

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Blackburn – Most exciting team in the league

August 19, 2009

It’s official; Blackburn is the thrill-seeking capital of Britain. Blackburn Rovers are the team most likely to get the pulses racing too. According to top psychologist Dr David Lewis that is. […]

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Off the pitch matters

November 8, 2008

Who is really to blame?

Football clubs, their players, staff, directors and even the supporters are in a constant state of flux. Whether it’s new owners, a new manager or new signings Football Clubs are finding they’re changing. But are these changes for better or for worse? […]

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Abuse from opposing fans – Where do you draw the line?

October 2, 2008

Did Spurs fans go to far?

The issues raised at Portsmouth on Saturday, regarding the vile song sung by ‘supporters’ of Tottenham Hotspur have opened up a can of worms that has quite frankly been sealed too long. Sol Campbell was subjected to a song that was racist (hanging from a tree), homophobic (HIV reference)), personal (lunacy reference […]

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Why it’s important to support your local team

August 14, 2008

I believe that supporting your local football team is hugely important, and have nothing but respect for those people who week in week out traipse to the shack they call a grandstand and watch a non-glamorous club. These, in truth, are the country’s true football fans, the ones who don’t expect trophies, just to enjoy the game in its purest for […]

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