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England Doesn’t Need to Play Like Spain to Win

By Rasmus Lukunka First and foremost, congratulations to the Spanish for winning the 2012 European Cup. Prior to the final against Italy, Spain were huge favorites to retain the Euro cup and they didn’t disappoint. Pundits across the globe have ...

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Milner and Co. Symbolise a Depressingly Average England Side

By Ewan Day-Collins Amidst the anticipation building to a unique tournament filled with fervour and passion, such as the Euros, we often place unwarranted expectation on the England side. We are often deluded in our hopes and disappointed when inevitable ...

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To Be Or Not To Be The Next England Manager – That is The Question

By Rasmus Lukunka It’s hard to understand why so many people were surprised by the departure of Fabio Capello. He was initially heralded the saviour of English football before deeply disappointing and under-delivering in key matches; notably at the 2010 ...

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Terry Deserves Rights – but should you Pick him on Form?

By Ewan Day-Collins Innocent until proven guilty. I had, until this week, presumed this a basic right to all members of this country, and of the whole western world. Yet, I have been astounded and also angry at a minority ...

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