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The Bromma Boys #29 | 2028 European Championship | An FM18 Story


After 10 years as the Sweden manager Janne Andersson resigned when Sweden got knocked out of the 2026 World Cup 2nd round against Germany on penalties. 3,577 more words

Football Manager

Aesthetically Pleasing Moments From Video Game Football History #7

Welcome back to the feature with the most annoyingly long, but obviously necessary series-title in retro football blog history. Probably not in video game history though. 796 more words


Roberto Bettega - The Old Lady’s favourite son.

No mother likes to see their son move away, and those that choose to stay at home, looking after their nearest and dearest are very much the favoured offspring; the ones most cherished. 3,816 more words

World Football

 Andy Selva – San Marino’s national hero!

On the first day of September 2017, as the autumnal chills were beginning to wrap their cold fingers around football fans watching their teams progress – or otherwise – through the qualifying programme, chasing a place in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Michael O’Neill took his Northern Ireland team to the Stadio Olimpico di Serravalle in San Marino. 2,513 more words

European Football

The Sophist Exclusive | Interview with Arsenal Women striker Vivianne Miedema

Signing a professional contract at 14, she made her senior debut aged 15, won the 2014 u19 European Championships and 2017 European Championships with the Netherlands, in addition to winning two Bundesliga titles with Bayern Munich. 474 more words


The journey from triathlon to Ironman to Team GB Long-distance Athlete 2018

Starting and finishing my first Ironman and raising over 3K for charity was a little scary and a big challenge.

Not finishing my second due to a bike mechanical was a hard but lesson well learnt.

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Summer of '92

We have to decide whether to win or look good!

Year Released : 2015

Director : Kasper Barfoed

Cast : Ulrich Thomsen, Mikkel Følsgaard, Cyron Melville, Esben Smed Jensen, Henning Jensen and Gustav Dyekjær Giese… 765 more words

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