Category Archives: FIFA

Forget about Messi and Ronaldo, Ribery must win Ballon D’Or

Browsing through the shortlist of Ballon D’Or candidates, a list in which English players are conspicuous by their absence, it’s evident that the elite of European football is adequately represented. From strikers who carried their clubs onto a different level, … Read more…

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Arise Sir Dave Richards – you are the hero of the football fan!

Incase you missed it, Premier League chairman Sir David Richards has been in the firing line this week after he made some comments deemed inappropriate at a sport and security conference in Dubai. ‘Comedy Dave’ came out with some corkers … Read more…

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Refereeing: Two Ref’s better than one?

Week after week in the Premier League there seems to be one controversy after another when it comes to referees and their decisions. Only on Monday we saw Manchester City denied a penalty that would have levelled the game with … Read more…

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The Football Rascal guide to getting #Blatter OUT

I have had to previously spring in to action to write a blog about Sepp Blatter and I didn’t think I would have to do it again so soon, but after the bumbling fools latest comments during interviews with CNN … Read more…

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Rummenigge’s Revolution: Is it coming or just hot air?

2014 will be a big year for most of us who exist on planet football, with the World Cup travelling to the iconic football nation of Brazil it is something every football fan is looking forward to, especially in the wake of … Read more…

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