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Not in the England squad: Lee Cattermole

THERE were murmerings ahead of England manager Roy Hodgson’s latest national squad for the upcoming matches against¬†Norway – in a preparatory friendly next week and then Switzerland in their first Euro 2016 qualifier the following Monday – but then, there always are. 1,077 more words

Those Feet, by David Winner

“What we cannot do by sleight we eke out by strength. No more concise definition of English football exists.”

The average American soccer fan is probably more familiar with names like Charlie Adam, Lee Cattermole, and Kevin Nolan than anybody who plays for Athletic Bilbao or Bayer Leverkusen. 537 more words


28th August

Hello Planet Earth!

It’s been¬†a while since my last blog entry, don’t ask how long specifically as the time frame escapes me but I know this. 389 more words


New England??? Same Old Same Old

Today is the day England’s national team move on from the disastrous World Cup campaign that we saw in Brazil, A team of a nation that expects the players to work hard and battle to victories with at least a quarter final campaign for a young squad but in reality the team fail to live up to anywhere near them standards and hit a low mark and go out in the group stages without a win. 804 more words


Day 2: Move In Day

I finally arrived earlier this morning at London Heathrow at 7:20 AM UTC. I got 0 hours and 0 minutes of sleep on the plane. But hey! 173 more words


Hugh Town, England

You’re craving a trip to England. You want to see historical sites older than your own country, eat real fish and chips, and listen to that accent that always sounds so proper, even when nothing proper is being said. 358 more words


Preview: Possible "Groups of Death" galore in UEFA Champions League draw

The qualifying is over. Now comes the draw for the 2014-15 UEFA Champions League group stage.

Four Premier League teams will feature in the competition, as Arsenal snuck through their play-off vs. 277 more words

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