Category Archives: World Football

Football fans – it’s time to make the football family less disfunctional!

People talk about the ‘Football Family’ and a special bond of respect that joins football as one, uniting clubs, players, managers and fans. We all know it is not really true currently, the football family seems more of a feel-good … 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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Lionel Messi: Rewriting history…watch out Pelé

It is not often a manager or coach says it is a pleasure and a privilege to train a player – usually mangers have an unenviable task of just keeping their players focused on the job at hand or trying … Read more…

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Jose Mourinho Part 2: The Premier League can have him!

Fast forward 18 months and Mourinho finds himself in the position that the class clown always ends up in – alone, under-pressure and even worse on the verge of getting expelled. His first game against Barcelona in November 2010 ended … Read more…

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Jose Mourinho – does the Premier League need Jose back? Part 1

The problem with the class clown at school is that after a while all the jokes, the childish messing around and the disruption start to become annoying for everyone else. Pretty soon all those the clown considered his friends, those … Read more…

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Harry Redknapp and the England fiasco – what a mess!

They say 24 hours is a long time in football and there couldn’t be a better cliché to describe the goings on of Wednesday 8th February, a day I am renaming ‘Harry Redknapp day’. I started the day patiently waiting to … Read more…

Posted in England, Euro 2012, Feature Articles, Football Politics, International Football, Managers, the FA, UEFA, World Football | 2 Comments