16th September 2019
It didn’t take long. In an era when sofa supporters and keyboard warriors want the manager of the team...
14th May 2019
Football is a nasty business. Especially at the highest level of the game. To quote Henry Winter writing in...
11th February 2017
The profitable punter at VG Tips reveals his best bets of all time and asks readers to tell…
12th January 2017
This week the game of football lost one of the true gentlemen of the sport.
I first knew Graham Taylor when he was manager of Lincoln City. Our paths crossed again when he managed Watford and Aston Villa. Without Graham players such as John Barnes may never have become star names.
Graham was as honest a football manager as I ever had the pleasure of dealing with. The manner in which he was treated by the tabloid sports press when he was manager of England was a disgrace. It hurt him and his family, including his mother, who spent two . . .
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11th December 2014
In this HD on camera interview I meet Graham Sharpe who tells me all about the life and times...
27th May 2014
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7th February 2014
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8th December 2013
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27th September 2013
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16th July 2013
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