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  1. Yorkshire Blue

    Prematurely old players

    An XI of players who were old before their time Any suggestions? GK? RB? Garry Richards Ben Lewis LB? RM? CM? CM? Derek Hall Barry Conlon CF?
  2. rlb999

    Brian McDermott

    Has reappeared at Leeds. I have to say I think he's got a better deal than Adkins who must be kicking himself now for grabbing the Reading job rather than waiting for a better opportunity to come up. Both are examples of clubs sacking managers prematurely though, which puts ideas in the mind of...
  3. Bilel Mohsni and Phil Brown to discuss defender's future

    all not sure if this has already been posted http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/22124604 loving the stats part Bilel Mohsni's time in English football in numbers Games: 85 Goals: 18 Yellow cards: 18 Red cards: 4 Games prematurely left to catch a train: Two
  4. Slipperduke

    Greek Tragedy For King Otto

    South Korea 2-0 Greece EURO 2004 SEEMS AN AWFULLY LONG TIME AGO It’s hard to believe that Greece ever caused the European superpowers such headaches. Granted, they were never blessed with a generation of superstars, but they always had their composure, their organisation and their ability to...
  5. Hayemaker Fires His Warning Shots

    With his majority decision victory over Nikolai Valuev, David Haye duly delivered what he had promised, a shock to the system of the heavy weight division and a special warning shot to the Brothers Klitschko. He's cleaning this division of the rubbish that has populated it of late, and the...
  6. Slipperduke

    Who Should Replace Rafa?

    It's 6pm on Sunday evening in Merseyside. The last supporter trudges out of the Anfield turnstiles, his head hung low. Red scarves are left strewn amongst the litter in the aisles of the Kop. Somewhere outside you can hear the gleeful chorus of 'Glory, Glory Man United'. Liverpool have been...
  7. Slipperduke

    Super-Outsiders? Not A Chance.

    Villarreal 1-1 Arsenal Senna, 10 Adebayor, 66 If it is true that whatever fails to kill you makes you stronger, then soon Arsenal will be invincible. After the painful grind of a season ruined by injuries and internal dispute, the Gunners are growing as a team, and as men. To come back from...
  8. Interpol Shrimper

    TV Adverts

    Now, I don't want to appear to have prematurely turned into Victor Meldrew but what is it with TV advertising these days? It's almost as if Advertising Execs have had one too many snort of the old nose cleanser & collectively decided that if an ad annoys it therefore has permeated...