Posts made in May, 2007

Breakfast Of Champions

By on May 26, 2007 in English League Football | 0 comments

This time, it’s definitely the final weekend of the season. I promise. I know what you’re thinking here – “How can we trust him on this? He said it on the last day of the Football League season, he said it on the last day of the Premiership season, he said it before the FA Cup Final, and I think he might even have said it before the European...

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Derby Day

By on May 24, 2007 in Latest | 0 comments

You know what? I think I deserve a night off from insightful football writing. In fact, I thought that just over a year ago, and have been keeping it up admirably ever since. Ho ho. Actually, after last night’s European Cup final gubbins, I could just do with an evening in front of the television dribbling. Anyway, it’s the play-offs this weekend in the...

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"The European Cup Is Probably A Lesbian Anyway"

By on May 23, 2007 in Latest | 5 comments

Well. WELL. It’s the biggest night in the entire history of world football, until this time next year, when it will be EVEN BIGGER. Liverpool vs Milan will not be a patch on the match that these two teams played out two years ago, of course, when Milan began their post-match celebrations at half-time and gifted the trophy to the English club. Inside the...

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Meanwhile, In A Parallel Universe…

By on May 22, 2007 in Latest | 5 comments

There’s a football match on tomorrow night. Had you heard? I’ll be on here with minute-by-minute updates on the European Cup Final between Milan and Liverpool. I bet you just can’t wait for that, can you? I’ve come to the conclusion that I want Milan to win this, but I can probably cope with it if Liverpool do. So, I’m neutral. Well,...

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Dancing With Wolves

By on May 21, 2007 in English League Football | 0 comments

There are some football clubs, as we’ve discussed on here before, that could be described as “cursed”. Newcastle United and Manchester City fall into this category, but none are quite as cursed as Wolverhampton Wanderers. As more or less anyone in football or the football media will tell you, Wolves are a “big” club. It was their...

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