Wayne Rooney

Where are the in ‘Wenger we trust’ idiots now?

April 21, 2016

I wrote this blog back in 2013, its amazing how nothing has changed since. Ok, so we did eventually sign a few so called world class players and won two FA Cups. But the same issues are still here for everyone except Wenger to see. You could put Messi, Kompany & Pogba in that side […] […]

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Should Barkley play in the number 10 role ahead of Rooney?

June 10, 2014

@Josh_McLoughlin Ross Barkley has had a wonderful season blossoming in Roberto Martinez’s Everton side. Rightly so he was named in the England World Cup squad and against Ecuador and Honduras he showed that he can be a big player for England this summer. Despite being just 20-years-old Barkley can command a starting place in the England sid […]

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Who’s really to blame for England’s 46 years of football failure?

September 24, 2013

With England achieving so many sporting successes in rugby, cricket, sailing and the Olympic and Paralympic Games, why is it failing at football? 2012 is the 46th year of failure for the English national football team, a sporting event created in England. Latest research by Anthony King, Why England Fails, published in Sport in Society further i […]

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Who is responsible for Arsenal’s summer of discontent in the transfer market?

August 14, 2013

After a mixed pre season and a horrendously disappointing summer in the transfer market (as per usual) the Gunners now face a potential injury crisis before the season has even begun. And this is before tonights pointless internationals. Many fans are speculating that the club will not be able to get through a tricky Champions […] […]

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The Arsenal linked with Xl – Would this team win the title?

July 29, 2013

So here we are, another summer of rumours, bullish*t, made up stories and false promises. And I’m not just talking about crappy blogs like Caught Offside etc… The nationals have been in full bullish*t mode too. Yep, it can only be Arsenal, who seem  to have the best PR team on the planet. World class names […] […]

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Wenger: I am interested in signing world class players

July 18, 2013

I was once fortunate enough to attend a prestigious awards dinner for Eric Cantona; I was amongst some of the finest talent this country has seen. Paul Merson, Tony Adams, Ian Wright and some blokes who played for Manchester United. The dinner was for a music therapy charity, which helped children with learning difficulties, a […] […]

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Five reasons why Arsenal will never win another trophy with Arsene Wenger in charge

July 12, 2013

After their 0-1 victory at Newcastle on the last day of the season, Arsenal find themselves potentially back among Europe’s elite. The fact they celebrated  a 4th place finish speaks volumes of where the club are right now. Many fans are speculating that the club will not be able to gain a Champions League spot […] […]

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Arsenal linked with Patrick Blah Blah

June 2, 2013

Arsenal’s summer took an unexpected twist yesterday when French starlet Patrick Blah Blah sensationally confessed his love for the Gunners and in particular Arsène Wenger. Arsenal reportedly have a transfer kitty of over 100m and are looking to make key signings to end their eight year trophy drought.  Having already been linked with anyo […]

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Rooney pictured in an Arsenal shirt

May 27, 2013

This is aimed at all those lazy journalists and wannabes who have nothing better to write about. If the following headlines are from your blog, website or paper, then you are an IDIOT.   Wenger wants to bring England international to the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal are ready to break the bank to bring Manchester United […] […]

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The Moyes ‘To Do List’

May 10, 2013

With Everton’s David Moyes being installed into the Old Trafford hot-seat from the 1st July, he is faced with one of the biggest challenges in managerial history: Trying to step into Sir Alex Ferguson’s shoes and consistently win as many trophies as possible. Daunting right? Well, some may quiver at the thought, but i think […] […]

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Don’t Write England Off In The Euros

June 18, 2012

England will go into their final Group D game against Co-hosts Ukraine knowing that a draw or win will see them progress to the knock out stages of Euro 2012 with a Quarter Final tie likely against holders and world champions, Spain. England currently sit in second place behind France on goal difference but to […] […]

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Rooney’s mistake paves way for Crouch to be England’s Euro hero

May 8, 2012

Say what you want about Roy Hodgson’s England appointment, the cultured manager certainly likes his target men. In my view, this will suit England perfectly with Wayne Rooney’s badly-judged sending-off in the qualifiers opening the door for Peter Crouch, who has consistently impressed as an England player under any manager. Hodgson atte […]

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