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Tag Archives: wembley

Analyzing The Fans’ Experience Between NFL And England Matches At Wembley

Posted on by Andrew Puopolo
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Wembley Stadium, London, England. The home of English soccer, having hosted England internationals, cup finals and promotion playoffs since the original Wembley opened in 1923. However, the stadium has recently become the home of a different type of football, American … Continue reading

The United States World Revenge Tour

Posted on by Ron Preston Jr

Heading into this World Cup, no team should be looking for any extra motivation.  After all, this is the World Cup , where the world’s best will be gathered for one big battle royal to decide who takes home the title, World Champion!  … Continue reading

FA Cup Semi Finals Should Not Be Played At Wembley

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

  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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A rebuke of Stan Collymore’s idea to scrap promotion and relegation

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

Unless you only prefer to read the opinions of actual celebrated and well-recognised figures in football, you’ve probably come across Stan Collymore’s ludacris proposal to “make the Premiership better”. If you can’t be bothered to read through it (and I … Continue reading

The FA Cup: Everton Can Win

Posted on by Ethan Armstrong

I was completely seduced by last year’s FA Cup. Barnsley and Cardiff City charged toward the final in a gripping giant-killing warpath. They toppled Liverpool, Chelsea and Middlesbrough in their wake. (Boro were still a mid-table Premier League side, so … Continue reading

The “Power Of Scotland”

Posted on by Ross Gallacher

Reaching the FA Cup final was a long overdue reward for Everton manager David Moyes.  As the Premierships’ third longest serving manager, Moyes has brought consistent performances for a low budget club.  It is worth considering that at Everton he … Continue reading

Man United Wins Community Shield 3-1 On Penalties: Your Thoughts

Posted on by Christopher Harris

So, Manchester United has picked up another piece of silverware after beating Portsmouth 3-1 on penalties in the annual curtain raiser to the new season. The game, which ended 0-0 in regular time, was a bit of a sleeper at … Continue reading

England v U.S.: Why Brits Hate U.S. Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Earlier this morning, in the build-up to today’s England against United States friendly at Wembley (live on ESPN Classic beginning at 3pm ET), I wrote about why Americans hate English soccer supporters. To be fair, there are a lot reasons … Continue reading

England vs USA: Why Americans Hate English Football Supporters

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Later this evening, the United States will play England at Wembley (8pm BST/BBC1) in a friendly match between two countries who have a love-hate relationship with each other. But in this war, the battle is waged off the pitch rather … Continue reading