Credit where it’s due

Fabio Capello has been praised for giving youth a chance, while Roberto Mancini got a pat on the back for taking a gamble on a free agent. If I had not known any better, I would have thought that I had woken up to the footballing equivalent of 28 Days Later. Just imagine, a desolated […]

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New England

A COUPLE of weeks ago, 17-year-old Englishman Josh McEachran made his Premier League debut for Chelsea and immediately outshone the man he replaced — Ramires, one of Brazil’s best players at the World Cup. It was a short but sparkling debut.

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Back to form

IT WAS inevitable that last Sunday’s FA Community Shield match between Manchester United and Chelsea would be England fans’ first chance at booing their flopping FIFA World Cup 2010 stars.

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England conundrum

A lot of people were saying that on paper, England should have beaten Germany in last weekend’s World Cup match. The problem for England was that the players themselves seemed to believe it.

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WC 2010: Off-field drama

AS MUCH as we try to focus on things happening on the pitch during the World Cup, sometimes the drama off the field it can be just as good.

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Playing the wrong field

First Tiger Woods, then John Terry, and now Ashley Cole. What’s next?

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