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When Gary Lineker became stranded on 48 England goals

In the coming days, Wayne Rooney could become England’s record goalscorer. He needs just one goal to equal Bobby Charlton’s tally of 49 and two to claim the outright record. 2,147 more words

England

Do I not like this

Hola. Hope you are well.

I was interested by the reaction to a claim in a new book, Pitch Black, that as England manager… 219 more words

The View From The Trevor

H.S. TENNIS: USJ's Markos, Reasons win state title

MURFREESBORO – Cade Reasons stared at the top of the net, having hit the tennis ball there only to see it bounce up and fall unfavorably on his side of the court for the third time. 683 more words

Basketball

Dambusters fundraiser looks for a final push

Lincoln City FC’s fundraiser for their Dambusters memorial will need a big money push if it to go ahead.

The plan, which aims to show a picture of the Avro Lancaster with Lincoln Cathedral in the background by using different coloured seats on the Co-op stand, has raised over 52,000 pounds so far. 269 more words

Football

#WFC1982 – Ian Bolton & Chalfont St Peter AFC

FA Trophy, Preliminary Round
Chalfont St Peter AFC v AFC Hayes
Saturday, 18th October 2014, 3pm
Mill Meadow
Entrance £8, Programme £1
Distance (from Vicarage Rd) 9 miles, Attendance 69… 1,506 more words
Watford FC

England refuse to win the World Cup in protest

In a bold statement of principle, the English Football Association has agreed to forego any chance of winning a trophy in order to pressure FIFA into reforming. 288 more words

Comedy News

England Qualifying Campaigns: Euro 92 - Before Taylor was a 'Turnip'

This month marked Graham Taylor’s 70th birthday and also the anniversary of his first England match in September 1990. In the third in our series recalling past England qualifying campaigns we recall the road to Euro ’92 in Sweden as Taylor took charge shortly after England’s dramatic run to the World Cup semi-finals in Italy with football’s popularity soaring again. 1,942 more words

England