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It’s hard to be disappointed when you have no expectations, but Wales tried their best

October 10, 2010

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"Whoever is appointed Wales manager needs to raise the expections of the fans and the players."

Heskey finally finds his feet under Houllier

September 27, 2010

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"Heskey's contribution is misunderstood and heavily underappreciated by fans."

TOP OF THE CLASS: Footballers who aren’t just a pretty face

September 20, 2010

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"Listening to post-match interviews, it's sometimes hard to disagree with the stereotype of the uneducated footballer."

Calamity Green: as West Ham struggle, Laura Burnip considers the fate of their number one

September 12, 2010

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"The dark past of England goalkeeping is full of goalies who never reached their full potential."

On the eve of their second European Championship qualifier, Laura Burnip asks, what’s troubling England?

September 6, 2010

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Don’t get me wrong: this summer I would have liked to see nothing more than England perform well on the world stage and represent the nation in a positive way. But in the wake of a host of pretty pathetic performances by the England players, “our” team came under fire from the public and the […]

Proud History, Bright Future: Laura Burnip considers Aston Villa’s options in the post-O’Neill era

August 15, 2010

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"What the club clearly needs is someone to make the most of the existing set-up."