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Author Archives: Josh Allen

England World Cup Qualifying Campaign

Posted on by Josh Allen

Having suffered the heart break of not reaching Euro 2008 perhaps now, as we gear up for the new season would be an interesting time to look at England’s World Cup qualifying schedule. With just less than seven weeks to … Continue reading

Is The Premier League Becoming A Home For Mercenaries?

Posted on by Josh Allen

This year saw the birth of Indian Premier League cricket. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept, it’s a shortened version of the regular game played by the best cricket players in the world with all the … Continue reading

Euro 2008 Coverage Has Failed To Match The Tournament

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Having watched most of Euro 2008 spread out between the BBC and ITV I have come to the conclusion that both channels need a major shake up in the ways they cover sport. Both sides irritate people with different aspects … Continue reading

'Squeaky bum time' for Russia and Sweden

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To take a phrase from Sir Alex Ferguson’s dictionary it really is ‘squeaky bum time’ for the two sides left fighting it out for the final quarter final spot. Having witnessed three days of tense, nervy encounters we can expect … Continue reading

Croatia no longer the Dark Horses of Euro 2008?

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  Before this tournament started a lot of people had Croatia down as their dark horses to cause a major upset in the European Championships and who cold blame them after Slaven Bilic’s side came through a tough qualifying group … Continue reading

A Brief History of the European Championships

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With Euro 2008 only a week away now it’s about time we looked back over what has gone before the tournament kicks-off in Basel. The European Championship may not be as old as the World Cup or even as prestigious … Continue reading