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The second instalment of Dotmund’s Red Card Frenzy, our series about the history of sendings off at the World Cup finals, continues today with the host nation, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile and Croatia. You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking here.
Free of the burden of England’s participation, the 1994 World Cup was an opportunity to get stuck into international football in a consequence free environment. The novel backdrop of an American audience, the sun kissed stadiums and late night kick offs contributed to a hugely enjoyable tournament. Purists may say there were better tournaments than…
“He’s just thrown it in the net,” noted BBC Scotland match analyst Kevin Gallacher. Twice he said it. In a match which had been newsworthy in its build-up because of claims it had attracted the attention of match-fixers. That’s it, Kev. You calm the waters. If the fix was in on Nigeria’s World Cup warm-up…
As threatened last night, this morning our artist in residence Dotmund takes a look at the sending off histories at the World Cup finals of Algeria, Argentina, Australia and Belgium. You can follow Dotmund on Twitter by clicking here. You can follow Twohundredpercent on Twitter by clicking here.
Well, there are now only a couple of weeks to go before the start of the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil, so it’s time to put our game faces on and present our traditional – this is the third World Cup we’ve covered, so I think I can use that word – pre-tournament build-up…
Recently, while killing an afternoon wandering around my local library, I came across a DVD called FUTEBOL, which contains a fairly comprehensive history and social commentary of “The Beautiful Game” in the world’s 5th largest country. Sadly, while the librarian was searching for the aforementioned title, there were 2 of the 4 discs which couldn’t…
I wrote in my previous article that the Premier League (EPL) statement on its “investigation” into what is beginning to be called “Scudgate” (sigh) posed more questions than answers. The following is what I meant (with the statement in bold): Summary of a meeting of Premier League Clubs held on 19 May 2014. In the…