Monthly Archives: July 2011

Twitter here to stay or Twatter go away?!

Aside from fighting for the title of most passionate Yorkshireman  2011, Simon Grayson and Mick McCarthy have another unfortunate shared love, their hatred of twitter. Whilst Wolverhampton Wanderers have decided to stay within the law and simply let straight talking … Read more…

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Women’s football: Times have changed … or have they?

“What World Cup are you on about?” was the common response when discussing the recent Women’s World Cup. “The women’s football one… In Germany!” This usually resulted in either an arched eyebrow, as if to say ‘Must we really waste … Read more…

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Uruguay: The little giant of World Football.

Uruguay is the smallest country in South America both in size and population. The Uruguayan nation as we know it today was predominantly built by immigrants from France, Italy, Spain and the British Isles at the end of the 19th … Read more…

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Club v Player = A boring summer!

I don’t know about you but I have been pretty bored by this summer’s transfers so far. We seem to have widespread club v player tussles going on over players who have had their heads turned and want to move, but … Read more…

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Copa America 2011 climax: Uruguay are back in the big time.

This past weekend Uruguay defeated Paraguay 3-0 to clinch a record breaking 15th Copa America title. It was a fully deserved win as they played by far the better football and they have laid a marker down for their South … Read more…

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Goal-line Technology: FCUK/FIFA?

The day is 27th June 2010. The setting is the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein during the World Cup in South Africa. Two old rivals England and Germany collide; So much history between these two countries both on and off … Read more…

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