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Money Walks

June 27th, 2014 · No Comments · Features, Football

Stat of the Day The three highest paid mangers, Prandelli [Italy], Hodgson [England] and Capello [Russia], go out of the tournament at the first hurdle. Capello leads the pack with an annual package of £6.7m a year with Hodgson and Prandelli on £3.5m and £2.58m respectively. So money can’t buy you success…Mr Rooney…like he cares.  

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Pot, Kettle and Wenger for England

February 25th, 2011 · No Comments · Features, Football

As Barcelona President Sandro ‘declared war’ on Arsenal for poaching 16 year old Jon Miguel Toral Harper we couldn’t suppress a giggle. Was this the same Barcelona who have taken it in turns to say ‘Cesc would like it here, I’m keeping his boots warm’? The latest culprit was Messi who last week chirped that […]

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Denmark 1-2 England

February 10th, 2011 · No Comments · Football

England was a big winner on a busy day of international soccer friendlies when it rallied to beat Denmark, 2-1, in Copenhagen on Wednesday. Games featuring Germany-Italy, France-Brazil, Argentina-Portugal and world champion Spain against Colombia gave the first international date of the year a World Cup feel as Europe’s teams brushed off winter cobwebs before […]

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Capello, with all these injury’s we are spoiling you.

September 9th, 2010 · No Comments · Features, Football

In the last two England games FabCap may just have got lucky in a way that Bobby Robson did in 1990. Unbeaten in qualifying, but pilloried by the media and public after a poor start to the World Cup, Robson lucked out when his own players insisted on a change of formation and team. The […]

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England go Back to the Future

September 4th, 2010 · No Comments · Features, Football

As a scholar of football tactics [no, really] I know that there have been points in the history of the game when the received wisdom is rendered obsolete overnight. What is striking is that English Football has invariably tried to ignore it for as long as possible. So, here we are again. What have the […]

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