Posts tagged with ‘england’

  • Jimmy Greaves. A truly great footballer.

    By on 10th April 2020

    I don’t make a habit of using the word great when it comes to footballers. These days the word...

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  • Join VG Tips for a football season of winning bets

    By on 26th July 2019

    It’s time. A new football season beckons. Time for punters who love a bet on football to get ready for...

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  • World Cup preview by John Wozniak. Group G

    By on 7th June 2018

    GROUP G Panama – 2000/1 Bet Victor Captain: Roman Torres Manager: Hernan Dario Gomez Nickname: Los Canaleros FIFA rank:...

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  • Sport on TV. Malcolm Allison v Alan Mullery. A confrontation in 1970

    By on 4th March 2018

    As a 12 year old watching the World Cup being staged in Mexico, what the Grant family did was...

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  • Jimmy Armfield. Footballer. Journalist. Gentleman.

    By on 22nd January 2018

    Jimmy Armfield is being remembered. The former Blackpool and England defender has died from cancer aged 82. I knew...

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  • Jimmy Greaves. Every bit as good as Lionel Messi

    By on 20th February 2017

    Norman Giller recalls the brilliance of his friend, theex footballer Jimmy Greaves

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  • Bobby Moore remembered. The fact and the fiction

    By on 2nd January 2017

    Bobby Moore the Movie is available on DVD and is a superb documentary on the life and times of…

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  • International games in midweek did deliver me one very nice win. I took the price of 10/3 offered by William Hill about the Republic of Ireland winning in Austria.

    Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane have continued to improve the Irish squad. They are a much better side than the one I saw play live a couple of years ago.

    They are looking good and performing well. Their World Cup qualifying match at home against Wales next March looks like being a very important tie for both countries.

    England beat a Scotland side that couldn't score in a . . .

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    By on 15th November 2016
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  • England play Scotland on Friday night. A match that has always had special meaning for supporters of both countries . I was there - at the old Wembley - when Scottish fans tore down the goalposts and swung from the crossbar.
    When the Tartan Army were not only at Rod Stewart concerts, but walking down Wembley way wearing their tam-o-shanters and kilts.

    The game this Friday is a World Cup qualifier and one England are expected to win on home soil. Scotland manager Gordon Strachan is hanging on to his job by a thread and sorely needs his players to put . . .

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    By on 10th November 2016
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  • World Cup 1966 – Watching without mother

    By on 29th July 2016

    July 30th 1966. How lucky was I? Eight weeks away from my eighth birthday was probably just about the…

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