England Can Get off To Perfect Start on Road To Brazil

September 11, 2012

England’s World cup qualifying campaign got underway last week with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Moldova, a result which saw the Three Lions (penalty shootouts aside) extend their unbeaten run to eight matches and make the perfect start to their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Manager, Roy Hodgson, should be well satisfied with his team […]

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Will Ronaldo prove he’s the worlds greatest player?

June 27, 2012

Time for a Semi. After the heartbreak of last Sunday night, I have finally dragged myself back to the computer to trudge out a few lines with the tears still streaming down my face, I should be used to it by now but it still hurts. Fair play to Italy, they deserved it, the 3 […] […]

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Is England’s name on the Trophy?

June 24, 2012

Quarterfinals  Pt 4. England V Italy “A game of Chess is like a sword fight….you must think first”* The final quarters conflict takes place at The Olympic Stadium on Sunday night and out of the four match-ups, this one is definitely the hardest to call. I fancied Portugal & Germany in the first 2 games and […] […]

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More Blancs and it’s Au Revoir my froggy friends

June 23, 2012

France V Spain Another blinder in the 3rd tie of the of the quarters awaits on Saturday night and I for one will be breaking out the San Miguels and jumping aboard The La Furia Rosa bandwagon. They take on France and from what we are hearing in the media, it could be a walkover. […] […]

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16 years of hurt as the German machine marches on

June 22, 2012

Germany V Greece It’s David & Goliath time in another cracker of a quarter and this tie is tastier than a plate of Sauerkraut & Hummus with the economic climate adding to the drama, the run-down Greeks will really want to get one over on their richly talented opponents. The Mighty Mannschaft  Express just keeps […] […]

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The CR7 show continues

June 21, 2012

Czech Republic V Portugal According to my high-ranking Czech source Mirka (bird of my mate Matt), coach Michal Bilek is getting a bit of slating on the forums but he’s still managed to do the business and drag them into the quarters. It didn’t look to cosy for them when they where pretty much caned […] […]

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Dexy’s Euro preview – group D

June 10, 2012

Group D France After les walloping of Estonia last Sunday & coming back of 21 games unbeaten, you have to fancy France to do well in this tournament. Despite just one decent striker *, The frogs have been steadily improving, scoring goals for fun & on current form are deffo La horsey des le blanc […] […]

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The Dexy Longshot Euro 2012 Preview PT 3 – Group C

June 9, 2012

Group C Spain If my predictions are anything to go by last time around, get involved. I predicted a Spain win and Senna player of the tournament as well as having Villa e/w as top scorer. Not so sure on La Furia Rosa this time mind. Spain are the bookies faves and I think a […] […]

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The Dexy Longshot Euro 2012 Preview PT 2 – Group B

June 8, 2012

Hola, here’s the second of my 4 day run-down of groups and I’m putting the teams in the order I think will decide the quarterfinal matchups. I’ll also be putting in my usual Dexy’s Diamond. This is group B, quite apt when most of the managers whispered a certain B-word under their breath when they […] […]

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Euro preview – Group A – Dexy stylie

June 7, 2012

After all that boring Jubilee flag-waving carry-on, we can now say, wham bam thank you maam for moving the 2 day holiday back a week later than usual when London saw more rain than Noah ever did. Nice one your Maj, nay mind, I’m sure you was nice and rainproof under your hat and you […] […]

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Bomb explosions rock Ukraine just weeks before Euro 2012

April 29, 2012

At least 27 people, including nine children, were injured after four separate bombs exploded in Ukraine on Apr. 27, just six weeks ahead of the European Soccer Championships (Euro 2012). The bombs rocked the city of Dnipropetrovsk in the eastern section of the country which is to co-host Euro 2012 along with Poland. Ukrainian President […] […]

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Should the Anfield Cat be the next England manager?

February 9, 2012

Bookies are slashing odds on the Anfield Cat to become the next England boss. After his fearless display on Monday night, the Cat has been attracting attention from all over the globe. The 4 legged cutie showed more bottle in one night than in 5 years under the atrocious Sven McClaren. ‘With England’s woeful displays […] […]

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