Out of the envelope situation…

Some time ago the the Blackburn chairman at the time, before they were acquired by that random poultry company and indeed suffered relegation, reported that 82% of the clubs turnover goes to wages alone, which pays testament to the size of the problem presented to the Premier League. Debts mounting for smaller clubs now there are reports… Continue reading Out of the envelope situation…

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Fans of loyalty

Today I’m again out of date but I remember something a while back that I would like to write about just for the humorous and frankly mind bending factor involved. The bizzare incident happened during the 2008-9 when a supposedly loyal sunderland fan sued his beloved club after being smacked on a head and subsequently… Continue reading Fans of loyalty

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Racism

Recent events indicate a somewhat confusing front, don’t expect any comedy. Long has it been something that the world would be better off without, much like the battle with cancer, humankind doing everything in their power to eradicate it from the world and yet the deadly disease continues to runamok. As you probably well know… Continue reading Racism

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The Handshake

Unless you have spent the last few weeks on some remote island where there is no connection to the outside world, if so lucky you, you would more than likely learned of the frankly pain in the neck ferdinand terry lack of handshake affair. What we will do today though is examine as to what… Continue reading The Handshake

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Torres the great

A number of people have came up with the idea that the great Fernando Torres is now no longer great, I would entirely disagree. Funnily enough I’m going to tell you why as well. To begin with we all know the reputation he developed at him time at Liverpool, scoring on a regular basis with… Continue reading Torres the great

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The Spanish

An article from a while back I found, quite like it. —————– So evolution has taken it’s toll, the scalp has been claimed, the fear factor lost. The Confederations Cup proved to be an impressive warm up to next years spectacle in Rio, the much feared tika taka was proven not to be so frightening… Continue reading The Spanish

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Professionally Amatuer

Yes yes, I know I talk too much but you will suffer more, i have another something to talk about. Today is another question, amateur football is something that has been long in existence, such a thing gives you very little in return. You don’t get paid to play, which is the usual aim but … Continue reading Professionally Amatuer

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Was Holloway Treated Badly?

So Ian Holloway has left Crystal Palace by mutual consent which basically means they have asked him to leave and Holloway always tries to do the best for the club and what club want so he agrees to leave. If he has been asked to leave because of results fair enough because they haven’t played… Continue reading Was Holloway Treated Badly?

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Arrogance is not Attractive

Recent international events made me think, the thumping of San Marino sparked an interesting with regards to the 8-0 score line, to experience such a devastating defeat cant be good for the soul. To date there takings in the world cup qualifying rounds tells a grim tale, played 6 lost 6, not securing a single… Continue reading Arrogance is not Attractive

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