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Tag Archives: Manchester United
Ronaldo was a unique player, and deserves a unique moniker.
Long live O Fenômeno. Continue reading
Kenneth Wolstenholme etched his words into the history book with his classic “some people are on the pitch, they think it’s all over… it is now!”
But one of my latest gripes about watching footy on T.V. is the shocking demise of the quality of commentary provided. Continue reading
Mads Timm may have a name that suggests he belongs in a mental asylum, but it was his goalscoring feats on the Championship Manager games that sent opposition players crazy.
Sadly though, Timm’s career never really hit the heights of his fictional self… Continue reading
If Ian Holloway resigns, the Premier League, and indeed football in general, will be a darker place without him. Continue reading
So you’ve had my list of footballing pleasures, but what do I really hate about the beautiful game? Continue reading
Holders Manchester United survived an early scare at Glanford Park as they came from behind to beat Championship side Scunthorpe United 5-2 in the Carling Cup 3rd round. Continue reading
At just 14 years old, Cherno Samba was scoring goals for fun. When the media got wind of his incredible 132 goals in 32 games, a frenzy whipped up and Samba was touted as the saviour of English football. Continue reading