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Only three games into the new EPL season and the first International break calls a halt to proceedings giving us a chance to reflect on what was and hopefully what will be! Overall an average week compared to our previously … Continue reading
Usually the goalie never gets injured. It is rare for the custodian of the No. 1 shirt to hurt himself and his understudy usually spends his time watching the game and enjoying the season from the bench.
Thanks to the improvements in medical science we are used to seeing players come back from career threatening injuries. Manchester United’s Nemadja Vidic is just the latest in a long line of players to return to action following knee ligament … Continue reading
With the Olympics dominating everything for the last two weeks we have almost forgotten about football. Some people may think that is a good thing but over the next nine months the Premier League will once again dominate the sporting … Continue reading
After their holiday professional footballers all over the country have gone back to their clubs for pre-season training. It is an important time of the year for them as the hard work they put in now will build fitness for … Continue reading
It is not a name that trips off the lips in any conversation about football but Harold Bell is a record breaker. He played an amazing 401 consecutive league games for Tranmere Rovers between 1946 and 1955.
Frank Lampard is out of the European Championships 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. He suffered a thigh strain in training and the medics could not guarantee that he could play any serious part in the tournament.
Recently the star striker of Manchester City, Sergio Aguero was injured and unavailable for selection. There is nothing odd in that you may think as footballers are always getting injured.
The goal celebration has become almost as important as the goal itself these days. Bobby Charlton would celebrate with a simple handshake with a team mate and Alan Shearer famously just lifted one arm.