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Entries in England (108)

Tuesday
Oct082013

David Beckham - A Forgotten Scapegoat

Now regarded as a national treasure, do you lot remember how harshly we treated the David Beckham for a while?

 

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Wednesday
Jun052013

Sevilla Testimonial A Fitting Reward For Ferdinand

Many fans believe that football testimonials are going to be a rare breed for modern-day football in the near future, so we should celebrate them whilst they’re here. This August, Manchester United will face La Liga side Sevilla in a testimonial for Rio Ferdinand at Old Trafford.

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Tuesday
May282013

Zaha Shows His Class In Palace's Play-Off Win

When the eyes of the world were watching him, in the £120m game, Wilfried Zaha delivered with a stellar performance that enabled his beloved Crystal Palace to join him in next season’s Premier League.

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Thursday
May162013

Rio's Decision To Retire From England Duty A Brave And Sensible One

But for Chelsea’s late late Europa League final win over Benfica, the football world’s big talking-point today would be Rio Ferdinand’s decision to retire from England duty.

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Monday
May132013

Why Would Rooney Want To Leave United?

So Wayne Rooney did ask for a transfer request and is indeed contemplating his future with Manchester United..

….for a second time.

Why would Wayne want to leave?

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Sunday
Mar312013

The Sad State Of The English National Team And The Premier League

I saw England win the World Cup in 1966. On TV I will admit but I saw it. The players are legends now and held in the highest esteem, one of which is Sir Bobby Charlton.

I also saw United beat Benfica at the very same Wembley in 1968. George Best was alongside the very same Bobby Charlton. Golden years.

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Thursday
Mar282013

A Message To Danny Welbeck's England Critics

As has been so often the case down the years when England slump to a disappointing result, a Manchester United player unfairly gets singled out for blame.

After the fall out of Roy Hodgson’s side’s 1-1 draw in Podgorica against Montenegro, some England ‘supporters’ decided to lay the blame fully on Danny Welbeck for the team dropping two points.

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Tuesday
Mar262013

Red Hot Rooney On Target For 25 Club Goals For The Season

Since the turn of the year I have been really impressed with Wayne Rooney's scoring form, 10 goals with 8 of them for his club and 2 of them for country.

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Monday
Mar252013

Rio Owes The FA And England Nothing!

Patriotic, idiotic England supporters have got their knickers in a twist regarding Rio Ferdinand's decision to make himself unavailable for representing England in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Montenegro, following a recent call up by manager Roy Hodgson.

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Thursday
Mar212013

Rio Saga Proves United Matter More Than England

You put your centre half in, your centre half out, your centre half in and you shake him all about, you do the Rio cokey and you turn around, that's what it's all about.

This seems to be the strategy adopted by Roy Hodgson over Rio-gate, the latest in the saga following the badly handled Terry situation.

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Friday
Feb082013

Could Sir Alex Have Saved Gazza From Self Destruction?

The shocking images of Paul Gascoigne on the front of this weeks tabloids portrayed an ex football genius who has sadly struggled to cope with life after the beautiful game.

Arguably the most gifted English player of all time is now in America undergoing rehabilitation for an alcohol addiction that is threatening to bring the former players life to an end prematurely.

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Saturday
Feb022013

PSG Move Gives Beckham Great Final Chapter Of His Career

And so the story of one of our own, part of the youth team that proved kids can win everything, heads to Paris to play for free in what may be the final chapter of his career.

David Beckham, the man whose name will be forever chanted at Old Trafford as a footnote to the praise of his world class successor Cristiano Ronaldo, moves his celebrity family to another world city.

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