Tag Archives: Carl MacDonald

Kasabian tribute act shine at Winterton Fake Festival

I’ve just caught a hat launched into the crowd by a lookalike of my favourite band’s lead singer. What is this madness? Continue reading

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The Last Dance: A fitting farewell for The Music

A sensational performance from a band who, despite all their troubles, had remained loyal to their dreams and repaid those fans who had supported them all the way with a quite brilliant concert. Continue reading

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The madness of the play-offs: Carnage on the continent

The Football League Play-Offs provide some of the most exhilarating football matches in the domestic game.  For four teams, the season is decided over a two legged semi-final, and if successfully negotiated, comes down to a single 90-minute slog between the two … Continue reading

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Album Review: Beady Eye- Different Gear, Still Speeding

Different Gear, Still Speeding is definitely a case of different band, same Liam. Continue reading

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Long Live Ronaldo

Ronaldo was a unique player, and deserves a unique moniker.

Long live O Fenômeno. Continue reading

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Why I hope United send Steve Evans Crawl-ing back into his hole

I hope Manchester United destroy Crawley Town. I really hope they give them a good battering, because Crawley, are a shady club. Continue reading

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Tension, twists and drama as the January transfer window slams shut

The January transfer window has long been castigated by football managers across the country and indeed the continent as being a time for impulse buys and inflated prices. At 11pm last night, the 2011 window slammed shut having provided arguably … Continue reading

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Branching out…

Of late I have been busy penning a couple of articles for different websites and blogs. Today, they have both been published- here are links to both pieces. The first is an article on the blog Ghost Goal. The writers … Continue reading

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An example of horrendous journalism

I’m no fan of the Daily Mail, but this piece of journalism is horrendous even for them. It feels like one of those classic ‘so bad it’s good’ pieces, but then I think it comes full circle and becomes ‘so bad’ again. Continue reading

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The demise of the football commentator

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

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