Monthly Archives: February 2013

Awaiting the End of the Rafa-lution

The date read 19th May 2012. It had just gone 23:20 local time when an eerie silence fell upon the Allianz Arena in Germany’s capital city of Munich. He stood at 6 feet 1 inches and had the look of a man possessed, this was to be his night, his time to be written in the history of the club.

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Finance Regs & the Fans


I don’t think anyone will disagree with the FFP & the Premier Leagues new financial regulations, but what does it mean? Will this lead to a win-win situation for clubs, fans and the sport as a whole?

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We don’t like ESPN

Since the start on the Premier League Sky Sports have pretty much led the way in live football in every aspect.
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One of these was FIXED!

It has come to light today that Europol are investigating no fewer than 680 matches around Europe and Africa, after they’ve uncovered what could be just the tip of the iceberg of a crime syndicate based in Asia running the match fixing ring.

They have also stated that ONE of these games was a Champions League game in England (Only one? Really?). As this has got everyone wondering which one, here are the candidates.

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