gary neville

Top England coach praises England’s new grassroots system

October 11, 2012

England coach Gary Neville has spoken out about the undeniable link between better coaching and better football. The FA have acted after it was clear that no progress was being made on the international stage despite a ‘golden generation of players’ coming through over the last decade. They have started where it matters most- the [&hell […]

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It’s Only a Game…

May 25, 2011

Welcome to a daily feature that I’ll be writing for the foreseeable future (if anyone actually likes it).  I intend it to be a light-hearted roundup of some of the more amusing events that football has to offer.  After all, the game’s supposed to be entertaining, isn’t it?  Today we kick festivities off with… Malingering […] […]

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What’s with all the fuss about Mario Balotelli’s wink? It’s Rio Ferdinand who should be facing F.A. disciplinary action

April 19, 2011

Once more the tabloid hacks are weeing themselves trying to pin some awful deed upon Manchester City’s Mario Balotelli, after the fracas at the end of City’s surprisingly comfortable F.A. Cup semi-final win over Manchester United. Once more they’re talking from their not inconsiderably-sized bottoms. Balotelli’s offence? To […]

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Weekly Report: Surreal Spending and the Best/Worst Tattoo Ever

February 3, 2011

Like students remembering about their coursework, Prem clubs left everything to the last minute and then rushed around doing all that they could, wise or not. Liverpool were short on time and in the money with Torres’ impending move, hence the swollen fee for Andy Carroll. Any regulars to these reports (there probably aren’t any) […] […]

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Goodbye Neville No. 2, Hello Neville No. 1?

February 3, 2011

It’s a sad day. An iconic figure in the English game has hung up his boots after an illustrious career. Gary Neville has finally called it a day at the age of 35, not short of a trophy or an England cap or two. A widely hated figure outside of Manchester (and in certain parts […] […]

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