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Tag Archives: England

Which English Footballers Would Make the Worst World Cup XI?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

While everyone is compiling and publishing lists of the best eleven or best 23 man roster of the 2010 World Cup tournament, I have a question for you. What if you compiled a list of the eleven worst players from … Continue reading

England Football Supporters Need Your Help: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

These are rough times. England football supporters are destitute of any hope. They’re tired, ragged and in need of your support to get through this difficult period. Any help you can provide will be appreciated greatly. This is their hour … Continue reading

Capello Is One Step Away From Being a Dead Man Walking

Posted on by John Nicholson

The great thing about football is that it is a never-ending soap opera. One tournament draws to a conclusion and it’s not long before another begins. In a little over a week, the Under 19s European Championship gets underway with … Continue reading

The Daily Show Tackles English Football Hooliganism: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Mon – Thurs 11p / 10c World Cup 2010: Into Africa – Vuvuzealots www.thedailyshow.com Daily Show Full Episodes Political Humor Tea Party In case you missed, I know I did, here’s the hysterical segment … Continue reading

Reasons for England Football Fans to be Cheerful

Posted on by Noel S. Williams

Supposedly, the Three Lions on England football shirts represent pride, passion and courage. Clearly, it’s time for a kit redesign. Even as England’s footballing lions shriveled into meek kittens in the World Cup cauldron it may be finally sinking in … Continue reading

England 1-4 Germany in Lego Football: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Watching the highlights of Germany’s demolition of England in the World Cup are a pretty depressing sight, but LegoFussball.eu have brought some levity to the situation by featuring the highlights as played out by Lego characters. Each scene uses stop … Continue reading

Where it all Went Wrong for England: The Sequel

Posted on by Chris McQuade

In short: Everywhere. Though that won’t do. England’s problems were numerous and solutions are not easy to come by. It’s best to look at the team and the manager as a whole. Hang on, that sounds awfully familiar, oh well … Continue reading

Why Making Premier League More English Is Not England's Answer

Posted on by Scott Alexander

England’s exit in the Round of 16 in the World Cup has triggered a fresh call to rein in the cosmopolitan roster sheets of the Premier League by placing quotas on the number of foreigners on each team. I have … Continue reading

Are We Taking England's World Cup Exit Too Seriously?

Posted on by John Nicholson

And so the England inquest begins once again. After every tournament the same earth is dug over and over again. There can’t be a single argument, idea or notion that hasn’t been given an airing in the last 48 hours. … Continue reading

Why the England Job Should Not Be The Focus Right Now

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The British press are in a tizzy about who should replace Fabio Capello as the next England manager, or whether the Italian should remain in charge. Harry Redknapp? Roy Hodgson? Martin O’Neill? I’ve even read David Beckham’s name mentioned as … Continue reading

When Will Soccer Officiating Get With the Times?

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Sunday’s refereeing blunders, following the many glaring group stage errors, have reignited a debate over changing the sport’s rules. Some favor video replay, some favor an additional referee who would only monitor each goal area, while others would prefer a sensor-system for goals similar … Continue reading

Where Does England Go From Here?

Posted on by Libi Thomas

There is a saying that once you hit rock bottom the only way out is up. Unfortunately there is another option, stagnating at the rock bottom. The England national team hit rock bottom in South Africa and those out there … Continue reading

RTE Analysis of England's World Cup Campaign: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Whether you love or hate RTE’s analysis of English football, watch the following video for analysis of England’s 2010 World Cup campaign. For some England fans, it may feel like rubbing salt into open wounds. But the critical analysis, whether … Continue reading

Poll: How Will the Premier League Be Affected By England's World Cup Exit?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Now that England is flying home today from the 2010 World Cup, what type of impact do you think this will have on the Premier League in England? Will it not change anything at all? Will people be upset that … Continue reading

FIFA Ruining Growth of Soccer Worldwide

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Soccer is by far the most popular sport in the world. But there are still two massive continents in this world (Asia and North America) as well as other regions where the sport could be much more popular and where … Continue reading

So Much for the Three Lions

Posted on by Eric Altshule

I now have a new all-time favorite soccer quote.  After the English team drew against the USA and Algeria, barely beat Slovenia and was torn open and summarily dismissed from the World Cup by Germany, BBC commentator Chris Waddle had … Continue reading

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

Posted on by Jesse Chula

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

Top 10 Similarities Between USA-Ghana and England-Germany

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The similarities between England’s devastating loss to Germany Sunday and the United States’s loss to Ghana on Saturday are remarkable. Here are ten similarities: Both games featured incredible goalkeeping performances. Neuer for Germany. Kingson for Ghana. In both games, the … Continue reading