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Author Archives: Ross Bellamy

Why It’s Time For Michael Owen To Hang Up His Football Boots

Posted on by Ross Bellamy

  After a fantastic summer of covering Euro 2012 out here in Spain, I am about to embark on my voyage back to the UK. I am sitting here on uncomfortable iron seats at El Altet airport in Alicante, looking … Continue reading

5 Stranger Than Fiction Stories From World Soccer

Posted on by Ross Bellamy

The last 17 days has been one of the more remarkable periods of European football. Whether it be an Argentinian striker winning the Premier League title in stoppage time, to the dismay of local rivals, or Montpellier fans having to … Continue reading

Why the Era of Extravagant Transfer Signings In Soccer Is Over

Posted on by Ross Bellamy

As the end of season looms across most of Europe, appearing over the mountain is this summer’s transfer window travelling circus. Already the infamous ‘My dad owns a dog who knows the owner of Chelsea’ and my personal favorite “I … Continue reading

England’s Future Looks Bright With the Next Generation of Footballers

Posted on by Ross Bellamy

Whisper it quietly, but England’s golden generation is coming of age. As we look towards this summer’s European Championship in the eastern bloc, the England football team looks more disorganised and segmented than ever before. No manager in place, an … Continue reading