Tag Archive: Spain

Mertesacker, Koscielny, Cazorla, Giroud, Fabregas, FIFA, and England.

Morning, folks. It was quite an interesting night last night. International football can usually be relied upon to present us with a stark reminder of how much better club football is. Of course, ┬áit should be noted that, on the…
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Spanish Euros and the focus on transfers and speculation returns.

Afternoon all. I shall have to be brief today. I watched the Spain game last night and couldn’t help but be impressed. I’ve said before I’ve started to find their tippy-tappy, lets-pass-300-times-to-one-another-in-the-cente-circle brand of football to be a little irksome….
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Spurs want Theo, Euro 2012 final, transfer news and stuff.

Afternoon/evening folks. Apologies for my lack of product yesterday. I had one of those days . You know the ones I mean? It was one of those occasions where Murphy’s law applies – “if anything can go wrong, it will”….
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Snore-fest, Bendtner, Giroud, M’Vila, Fabregas, Spain, transfers and stuff

Later than usual greetings, folks. Oddly enough, I have a phobia of falling asleep in chairs. It’s the notion of falling backwards or sideways and waking up in a crumpled heap of bones and pain that unsettles me enough to…
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