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Author Archives: Jesse Chula

Wigan's Third Choice Goalkeeper Richard Kingson Shines for Ghana at World Cup

Posted on by Jesse Chula

There’s been an interesting undercurrent of first choice World Cup goal keepers performing brilliantly in the tournament so far who represent Premier League clubs. Besides a few early blunders from keepers, the goalkeeping has in fact been quite solid throughout the majority … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why England Aren’t Good Enough to Compete with the World’s Best

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In all actuality, shouldn’t we have seen this coming like some run away freight down the frozen road of Precedence St. set by all those England players before? A capitulation of the highest order, a failing against those we least … Continue reading

In Pictures: Frank Lampard's Disallowed Goal v Germany

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In one of the most incredible moments in World Cup history, England were robbed a legitimate goal that would have leveled the score v Germany and created an entirely different second half for the surging English. After going down by … Continue reading

England 1-4 Germany: England Eliminated and Left to Rue Disallowed Goal

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In the crucial last 16 clash v Germany, England boss Fabio Capello elected to stick with his winning eleven that saw off Slovenia in the last group stage match. Unchanged and with growing confidence, England took the field against one … Continue reading

5 Players to Watch During England v Germany Round of 16 Clash

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In this weekend’s tastiest World Cup fixture, long time rivals Germany and England will meet in a head on battle with dramatic implications and a quarter final birth on the line. Will the English get their chance to conquer their demons during … Continue reading

YouTube Gets a Vuvuzela Button

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Leave it up to the world’s largest online video portal to come up with some pretty hilarious stuff, from idiots dancing in front of a camera to people falling flat on their faces while attempting some ridiculous stunt, YouTube has now … Continue reading

England Survive Group Stage Scare as Form and Belief Continue to Grow

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Was that the best that England have to offer? Probably not, but it was better than the last two group stage matches in a myriad of categories. Possession, defense, passing and a more cohesive attack were all sharper from England as … Continue reading

Is Joe Cole the Answer to England's Attacking Deficiencies?

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As England approach their last chance to qualify for the round of sixteen, the avoidance of certain embarrassment and arguably this generation’s most important make or break match, John Terry and the England squad have voiced their concerns over a beer with Fabio … Continue reading

Abject England Draw Algeria and Face Elimination in 2010 World Cup Group Stage

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As the three lions bow their heads in shame and continue to yawn and whimper their way through what was supposedly the easiest group they’ve ever encountered, I feel the need as one of their biggest fans, at least on … Continue reading

The Times Closes Door On Online Soccer Coverage

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EPL Talk reported in April that the days of free articles on the Times were soon coming to an end. It now seems as if the Times have taken the first big step in keeping good on their promise by closing it’s online website, timesonline.co.uk, last … Continue reading

Confessions of a Frustrated World Cup Fan

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Raise your hand if you live in these great United States, you work full time Monday-Friday, or close to it, and you’re a passionate football fan and love the World Cup with every fiber of your being? If you’re anything … Continue reading

Should FIFA Ban the Vuvuzela for the Duration of the World Cup?

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Whether you’re new to the World Cup or you’re taking in your tenth finals, you’re sure to have noticed the incessant drone at matches this past weekend from the stadium horns known as vuvuzelas that are so common in South … Continue reading

ESPN Impress with World Cup Coverage Thus Far

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The first few days of the 2010 FIFA World Cup have come and gone like Robert Green’s stint as England’s #1 and ESPN (so far) have impressed with their fantastic coverage here in the States. It seems like ITV is … Continue reading

Lackluster England Draw USA, But Better Things to Come from the Three Lions

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Let’s face it, England were quite poor in their opening game match of the 2010 World Cup with the United States, but I whole-heartedly believe that it’s not all doom and gloom just yet and England fans have seen nothing near the … Continue reading

BBC Panorama Documentary Exposes Glazer Family Debt at £1.1bn

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The Glazer family are in the news yet again for all the wrong reasons as BBC Panorama has found evidence exposing the Glazer family debt at £1.1bn, which is some £400m more than previously thought. After borrowing extensively against their … Continue reading

Prediction: England Will Beat the U.S. in World Cup

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World Cup fever has got it’s abnormal hold on my mind, body and soul this week as Friday’s opening match approaches like a cold sweat in the night, (if only World Cup fever was an adequate excuse to get out … Continue reading

World Cup Fans Tell Employers to Show Games at Work, Or Else

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Companies in the UK and in Latin America better ready themselves for a month of low attendance, low productivity and low morale if they don’t find a way to let employees view World Cup matches this summer if a recent … Continue reading

Rio Ferdinand's Exit Doesn't Hinder England's Chances of Winning the World Cup (Welcome to the England Captaincy Steven Gerrard)

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On a day where two of the Premier League’s brightest and most popular stars succumbed to various knacks and knocks and subsequently exit the World Cup, another of the league’s most popular athletes ascends into the captaincy of the England National team … Continue reading