Euro 2012 Winner: My Predictions

June 6, 2012

Euro 2012 Winner: My Predictions Lets start with a rundown of the contenders Spain: With no Puyol, the heart of Spain’s defence is missing. Regardless of this Spain’s weakness is their defence and this is no secret. The most notable weakness is the left back position, Arbeloa at left back will struggle to compete with […] […]

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Where will Cesc Fabregas end up? Vote now

June 15, 2011

It’s become almost as boring as a Steve McClaren interview, will Cesc Fabregas stay, or will he go? Or do we care any more? Like previous Arsenal captains before him, summer time is all about when, and where North London’s prized asset will end up. I have a new theory and a great way to […] […]

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Sir Alex fails to learn lessons from Rome while Messi breaks English duck

June 1, 2011

“We’ll be ready…We’re better prepared…The team has matured.” The positive noises coming from the Manchester United camp in the build-up to the highly anticipated Champions League final suggested that the tie would be a tightly contested one. Two European heavyweights standing toe-to-toe on the biggest of stages. […]

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Jack Wilshere – The New Iniesta?

February 18, 2011

Alright, here’s the scenario. An English footballer, who’s talented, determined, driven to succeed in football and doesn’t mope or hang around in the dark. With the way English footballers are managing the game, this scenario exists only once our eyelids drop and we’re in the dream world. However, Wenger’s search has transformed that drea […]

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FIFA name World team – Do you agree with the selection?

January 11, 2011

Whether you love or loath FIFA you have to admit that they are always at the centre of talking points within the sport. Russia, Qatar, Sepp Blatter and his thoughts on gays – there’s always something interesting going on in Zurich. The latest round of backpatting was the recent announcement of Lionel Messi as the […] […]

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Barca wouldn’t dominate in the Premier League

May 30, 2009

Rory Delap: One reason why the Euro champs wouldn’t reign in England

One further debate that has emerged since Manchester United “didn’t turn up” in the Stadio Olimpico, and the vertically challenged Spaniards, Iniesta and Xavi, stole the show in Rome, has been to question just how good this treble-winning Barcelona side really are. Not […]

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