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Arsenal’s Injured Theo Walcott Could Miss England World Cup Qualifiers That Will Decide Their Fate: Nightly Soccer Report

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4 Responses to Arsenal’s Injured Theo Walcott Could Miss England World Cup Qualifiers That Will Decide Their Fate: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. United says:

    I noticed that the recent article on the Telegraph by Mark Halsey’s ghost writer is conveniently not listed here. This despite the fact that the initial article detailing his autobiography was posted. The difference being that the original article was much more controversial since it gave the chance to point out the referee’s contact with Sir Alex Ferguson. That made for much more tabloidesque reading as well as sparking the furor of anti-United readers.
    It’s too bad that a more even approach was not taken to begin with and instead the knee-jerk reaction to a short section of the book was singled out.
    Mark Halsey’s battle to blow the whistle on his life in the Premier League

    • Christopher Harris says:

      It’s not conveniently ignored. I didn’t see this article, but thanks for posting it. Stop with the conspiracy theories, though.

  2. United says:

    If mourinho is allowed to spout off on conspiracy theories I feel entitled as well ;)
    Appreciate the response and my apologies for my own knee-jerk reaction.

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