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Jordy's on the spot to leave Bradford City two games away from Wembley

Match review: Cheltenham Town 0 Bradford City 1 (Hiwula)

By Philip Jackson

Football could be said to be a game of contrasts; attack versus defence; what referees see and reality for example. 1,342 more words

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Kyle O'Reilly vs El Phantasmo (ECCW, 1/14/2017)

We are early into 2017, but the match of the year candidates are starting to pile up. Probably none are more out of nowhere then Kyle O’Reilly leaving ROH and returning to the company he started with (Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling) in his hometown. 364 more words

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Worst Bradford City performance of the season is a painful experience

Match review: Shrewsbury Town 1 Bradford City 0

By Tim Penfold

I wasn’t planning on going to this game.  On Thursday I had a tooth extracted and I was planning on taking it easy and staying at home within easy reach of painkillers.  609 more words

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Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 West Bromwich Albion: Match Review

Tottenham Hotspur ran out emphatic winners today beating West Bromwich Albion 4-0 at White Hart Lane. Harry Kane was back amongst the goals as he netted a hat-trick only a week after his girlfriend gave birth to their first child – clinching his second hat-trick in the Premier League. 1,034 more words

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Slow start costs Brisbane the points in Melbourne

Melbourne Victory (3) Troisi 12, Rojas 17′, Berisha 26′ (p.k)
Brisbane Roar (2) Petratos 29′ O.G (Donachie) 42′
21,103 at AAMI Park, Melbourne

Brisbane Roar have failed to recover from a slow start as they slumped to a third straight defeat against Melbourne Victory on Friday night. 453 more words

Joe Doering, Suwama & Hikaru Sato vs. Kento Miyahara, Jake Lee & Naoya Nomura (AJPW 2016/01/02)

This is Doering’s return match after beating brain cancer, so of course going in most were pretty cautious about how good he was going to look. 564 more words

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Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Aston Villa: Match Review

The third round of the FA Cup is normally a very exciting time in the football calendar with many David versus Goliath games occurring. However, the big dog, Tottenham Hotspur, comfortably breezed into the next round after beating Aston Villa 2-0 at White Hart Lane. 833 more words

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