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Manager of the Year?

April 19, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Manager of the Year?

Since the inception of the Premier League in 1993/4 the title of Manager of the Year has almost exclusively been won by the manager who steers his team to the Premiership title. Only 4 managers, (George Burley 2000-01, Harry Redknapp 2009/10, Alan Pardew 2011/12 & Tony Pulis 2013-14) have received […]

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Why Scotland MUST Vote NO.

September 18, 2014 1:06 pm4 comments
Why Scotland MUST Vote NO.

To vote Yes is to end the most successful 307 year union of countries that ever existed.  There has never been a country who devolved into independence that was successful because of its independence. Even Norway, who most Yes voters use as their example, went through an extreme depression after […]

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Experts: intense Scottish referendum debate already changed country’s future

September 14, 2014 12:42 pm0 comments
Experts: intense Scottish referendum debate already changed country’s future

Alex Salmond, Prime Minister of Scotland and the leader of the country’s National Party who advocates the state’s independence from the United Kingdom, supposedly defeated his opponent Alistair Darling, former British minister and the leader of “Better Together” movement, in a debate on the oncoming referendum on Scottish independence. Alex Salmond […]

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England’s World Cup: Were the expectations low enough?

June 27, 2014 12:38 am0 comments
England’s World Cup: Were the expectations low enough?

So we have reached the end of another disappointing showing from England at a major tournament. However, they did at least manage to get a point on the board in their game against the team who, it must be said, have been the surprise package of the World Cup so […]

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England’s Rio Road Trip Part II: Uruguay

June 23, 2014 7:00 am0 comments
England’s Rio Road Trip Part II: Uruguay

It’s deja vu. Once again we are all talking about England being knocked out of a major tournament having not exactly set the world alight. The fear of being knocked out became a reality when the Uruguayan talisman Luis Suarez headed his team into the lead after 39 minutes. England […]

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Wayne Rooney’s England Career: A Eulogy

June 20, 2014 11:55 am0 comments
Wayne Rooney’s England Career: A Eulogy

The nation of England watched nervously and with a sense of excitement when Leighton Baines threaded through a wonderful disguised pass for Wayne Rooney 61 minutes into our first World Cup group game against Italy. He cut inside and looked set to score as Salvatore Sirigu positioned himself for a […]

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England’s Rio Road Trip Part I: Italy

June 17, 2014 9:00 am0 comments
England’s Rio Road Trip Part I: Italy

We should all be feeling optimistic. Although England lost to Italy yet again at a major tournament it was an encouraging performance from Stevie G and the team he is captaining for the whole 90 minutes. When Marchisio dispatched a thunderbolt from a well worked corner routine after 35 minutes […]

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20 Things To Know About London

February 20, 2014 11:00 amComments Off on 20 Things To Know About London
20 Things To Know About London

A Fast-Track Guide to London Below is a comprehensive guide, compiling 20 things you must know about London – both before, or after you visit England’s central hub. * When travelling and making a connection, there are several stations that everything seems to revolve around – Baker Street, Embankment / […]

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