Author Archives: David Tully

A Defining Season for the Fenway Sports Group at Liverpool FC

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To many followers of the game, this one included, it is doubtful whether Kenny Dalglish was ever really the man that Fenway Sports Group (FSG) wanted in the first instance given their penchant, and the sounds that came out of … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Dilemma Of Whether to Keep, Trade Or Sell Andy Carroll

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That he has found himself sailing too close to the wind is something Andy Carroll has been accused of before but Brendan Rodgers recent comments has left the towering striker closer than walking the green mile to the precipice of … Continue reading

Michael Owen: In Danger of Becoming Soccer’s Forgotten Man

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As the players that participated in the latter stages of Euro 2012 lie on a beach in an exotic location somewhere and perhaps reflect upon a long, grueling campaign, many of their club colleagues have already returned to pre-season training … Continue reading

Lions to Lambs? A Critique of Roy Hodgson’s England During Euro 2012

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You didn’t really believe it was going to happen, did you? Following yet another tournament exit at the very first stage of the knock-outs, this England team achieved its standard, more historically accurate aim of a somewhat awkward glorious exit. … Continue reading