• Harry Kane’s Ankle Injury

    Ah, so here we are again. It’s a World Cup year and England fans find themselves on the precipice of disaster. That’s right, England’s best player is injured heading towards a major tournament, and this 2018 edition features Harry Kane and some troublesome ankle ligaments. England are no strangers to a tournament-threatening injury in the … Read more

    Confederations Cup: A Tournament Too Many?

    As the FIFA Confederations Cup gets underway in Russia this Saturday, Chris Coates wonders whether the extra games this showpiece requires are worth it for already exhausted players Ah, the Confederations Cup, football’s equivalent of a pregnant woman’s water breaking. Indeed, two equally beautiful moments, but while one signifies the beginning of another precious human … Read more

    Record Red Cards

    The combustible Manchester United and Liverpool derby match at the weekend was inflamed by the red card given to Jonjo Shelvy.

    The red card was first used at the World Cup of 1970 as a language-neutral way of communicating that a player has to go. It has ever since added drama and spice to the game of football at both domestic and international level.

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    PhysioRoom All Star League РWeek Two

    The two big movers this week collectively amass more than 140 points between them; Neil Sherwins @bpfootball eased his way up to second thanks to his շe֬l score more than you philosophyՠapproach to the game banging 10 goals from the first two weeks (573rd in the country) #NoMeanFeat. Adam Քhe TinkermanՠRichmansՠBrooklyn Wanderers score the highest weekly total, well done that man but question marks over sustainability is prevalent as our Atlantic cousin has already dipped heavily into the transfer market!

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    Five Footballers Who Have Triumphed Over Adversity

    Thanks to the improvements in medical science we are used to seeing players come back from career threatening injuries. Manchester Unitedֳ Nemadja Vidic is just the latest in a long line of players to return to action following knee ligament damage.

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