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Author Archives: Marshall Norbal

Watch ‘Mike Bassett England Manager,’ the Hilarious Mockumentary [VIDEO]

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It’s every Englishman’s dream to be the person who leads their country to World Cup success from the pitfalls of despair to the tears of joy and open-top bus parade around Central London. If you aren’t one of the managers … Continue reading

Looking Ahead at Chelsea, City, Arsenal, United and Liverpool’s Premier League Fixtures

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With nearly a quarter of the season played, the league is starting to take shape but what does the future hold for Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United over the coming weeks. Let’s look ahead to their next 6 Premier … Continue reading

Martin Odegaard Has All The Qualities To Become Norway’s New Superstar

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Football is always a game where being a young kid you dream of being the Roy of The Rovers superstar that grabs victory from the jaws of defeat. When I was 15 year’s old, I was discovering Oasis, sitting exams, … Continue reading

New Twist On Fantasy Football Offers Soccer Fans Plenty of Features

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As the dawn of the new European soccer season draws closer, millions of people around the world are spending coffee mornings, lunch breaks and spare evenings deciding between Sanchez or Costa, Lewandowski or Immobile, Bale or Suarez, and other combinations. … Continue reading

Manchester City Still Has So Much To Learn

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In some fans’ and pundits’ opinion, Manchester City appears to be the team best equipped to challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title. But last Saturday 2-1 defeat at Wolves showed that despite all the talent there are evidently a … Continue reading

Tottenham Vs. Arsenal – Time for Wenger To Play A Full Strength Side?

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The League Cup is now entering the stage of when the remaining big boys who are flying the flag in Europe enter the fray, and without question the tie of the round is Tottenham vs. Arsenal.  Three seasons ago The … Continue reading

Too Many Kits?

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A new Premier League season brings about many new arrivals and one of them which is always a money spinner for clubs are the release of football kits. But recently what is becoming more and more apparent is the alarming … Continue reading

World Cup 2010 – The Good and The Bad

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World Cup 2010 South Africa has now been and gone, a feast of football for a month in the rainbow nation. Here are a few memories of the good and bad for the first World Cup of the decade. The … Continue reading

End of Season Premier League Review – Part 3

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Portsmouth Relegation was the least of Portsmouth’s problems from the season, with the on going off-the-pitch saga of the sheer volumes of money owed to the tax man.  This highlights that Football is not an exception to the global financial … Continue reading

End of Premier League Season Review: Part 2

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Fulham An excellent season for the men from Craven Cottage, and a huge credit must go to Roy Hodgson who in two years has transformed his team from relegation fighters to Europa League finalists and fully deserves his Manager of … Continue reading

End of Season Team Review – Part 1

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With the Premier League season now done and dusted, there is no better time to look at the winners and losers of one of the most open and un-predicable seasons in history. Arsenal Despite another trophy-less season there has been … Continue reading

PFA Players' Player of The Year Award – Who Will Win It?

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Tonight sees the PFA Awards take place in London – one of the most prestigious individual accolades to win in English football and unlike the Football Writers’ Footballer of The Year, this is voted by the professional footballers ‘trade union’ … Continue reading

Premier League Race: 'When 3 Became 2'

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Last weekend the Premier League was full of drama, the story of ‘when 3 became 2′ as finally, Arsenal’s legs went in the final stretch, United gained a ‘leg up’ and Chelsea looked as if they were start to roast … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi Finals Should Not Be Played At Wembley

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  Its that time of the year again when major sporting events signify the season of spring. The Masters, The Grand National and FA Cup Semi Finals. Growing up as a kid this was one of my highlights of the football … Continue reading

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What’s The Chances of Two All English European finals?

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This mid-week is European week, which means Arsenal, Manchester United, Fulham and Liverpool will be playing for semi final spots in The Champions and Europa Leagues.  Always an eternal optimist – no sooner when the draws were announced I was … Continue reading

United Haven’t Even Got A Finger On The Title Yet

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Another weekend, another twist in the race for the coveted prize of the Premier League. This weekend saw two different league leaders and one team slip a little off the pace. Seeing the reaction of Liverpool’s no. 1 fan Gary … Continue reading

AJ for England?

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With a little under three months left to the World Cup, the excitement is building up in the air over England’s chances and who gets a plane ticket to South Africa. There are a few obvious ‘shoe-ins’ in the wide … Continue reading

Arsenal Go On a Bendtner

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Arsenal’s stunning Champions League win over Porto. Continue reading