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Why England Lose

May 21st, 2014 · No Comments · De Bunker, Features, Football

Simon Kuper has long been one of the most intelligent and readable writers on football. His Football Against The Enemy is a classic. Published in 1994 it’s still a great read for anyone interested in the impact of football on politics and culture, and the reverse. I’d go as far to say the book, along […]

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Why England Lose

April 14th, 2011 · No Comments · De Bunker, Features, Football

Simon Kuper has long been one of the most intelligent and readable writers on football. His Football Against The Enemy is a classic. Published in 1994 it’s still a great read for anyone interested in the impact of football on politics and culture, and the reverse. I’d go as far to say the book, along […]

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It is now…

July 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Features, Football

Ever feel that life isn’t real until you’ve looked at the replay? Just me then. What I thought was a turgid and cynical 120 minutes was actually a football spectacle with goal-mouth action applenty. I also discovered that the Spanish were just as naughty as the Dutch, especially Iniesta, but are cuter about it. It’s […]

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BaaFee* – The best a man can get up to.

June 30th, 2010 · No Comments · Features

BHHAFFI – oh, the wonderful world of schadenfreude. Three years ago Gillette tied their global marketing campaign to three upstanding members of the sporting community. Little did they know that upstanding members [honk] would wipe out the value of that, reputed, $300m investment. I give you Tiger Woods, Terry Henry and Rodger Federer. First to […]

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Clash of the Titans – ‘Titans will clash’

June 25th, 2010 · No Comments · Features, Football

Like the gods intervening to monkey with the affairs of men this World Cup has, for England, provided the opportunity for that great gazpacho of human emotion – revenge. Not just any revenge but the compete set. What kind gods they be for they provide, in the space of fourteen days, the chance for England […]

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