Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Arsenal Obsession

Tweet Rarely has a club’s fortunes been dissected in such detail by the football community as has been the case with Arsenal’s 2010/11 season. Everyone, it seems, has an opinion on what Arsenal have done wrong and what they need … Continue reading

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Jumping on the Bundesliga Bandwagon

Tweet I might be a little late joining the party, but the penny has finally dropped: I need to start following German football. It’s not like I’ve been completely oblivious to the re-birth of ‘Fußball’, but the recent exploits of … Continue reading

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History tells us to ignore the PFA awards

Tweet When news broke that Gareth Bale was set to be crowned PFA player of the year it immediately set teeth gnashing. How could the PFA overlook so many more deserving candidates? Critics cite Bale’s lack of sustained impact over … Continue reading

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Coventry have the last word

Tweet As I have previously documented, Coventry City are not a club with a history I greatly admire, but due to an upturn in my own team’s fortunes I felt compelled to attend their recent fixture with Watford at the … Continue reading

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Norway and England – a unique football relationship

Tweet Whilst the Premier League now is enjoyed by millions around the world, Norway has always had a unique relationship with the English game. Head over to In Bed With Maradona to view my latest post: Norway And England, A … Continue reading

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