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Euro U21 Semi-finals – Who And What to Look Out For

Euro U21

Euro U21 Semi-final 1 – England vs Germany Welcome to the latest edition of one of European football’s biggest rivalries. Germany won 1-0 when the teams met in a friendly back in March but Aidy Boothroyd’s England will fancy their chances this time in this Euro U21 semi-final. After a 0-0 draw against Sweden, they secured victories over Slovakia and ...

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England Under-21s – The Approaches of Southampton and Chelsea

England Under-21s

After a 0-0 draw against Sweden, the England Under-21s must now beat both Slovakia and hosts Poland to make it through to the semi-finals of the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. People are questioning Aidy Boothroyd’s tactics, but also the big-game experience of his players. Are our top Under-21 players getting enough football? Here’s a look at the very different ...

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England’s FIFA U-20 World Cup Heroes

U-20 World Cup

Meet England’s U-20 World Cup heroes: Freddie Woodman, Newcastle United Woodman’s penalty save in the U-20 World Cup final helped him to win the Golden Glove award. It seems like he’s now ready for Premier League football at Newcastle.  Jonjoe Kenny, Everton Kenny is the first of 4 stars from Ronald Koeman’s Everton squad. The right-back made his second Premier ...

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Scotland v England – World Cup Q Football

Scotland v England

Scotland Last Chance Saloon Scotland come into this game knowing they need a victory.  They currently stand 6 points behind England in the table and perhaps more importantly they are behind Slovakia and Slovenia by 1 and 2 points respectively.  They know that at the very least they must draw this game with England. Unfortunately I cannot see this happening. ...

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Summer 2017 – The Best Football To Watch During the Off-Season

Summer 2017

Mourning the end of the European club season? Worry not, there’s plenty more football to watch during Summer 2017. Summer 2017 - Under-21 UEFA European Championships Where: Poland When: 16th - 30th June Aidy Boothroyd’s England team are one of the favourites to win this tournament but the likes of Germany, Spain and Portugal stand in their way. First, England must ...

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ICC Champions Trophy 2017 England & Wales

India v Pakistan

ICC Champions Trophy - Potential Winners? The ICC Champions Trophy takes place between 1st and 18th June in England and Wales.  There are 8 teams in total.  England are in a group with Australia, New Zealand and Bangladesh.  The other group consists of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa. With England being the host nation they are heading the ...

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The Curious Case of Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge


Liverpool are the second highest scorers in the Premier League this season and yet their top individual, Sadio Mané, only has 13 goals. Jürgen Klopp’s side have shared the goals around; Philippe Coutinho has 12, Roberto Firmino has 11 and Divock Origi, James Milner and Adam Lallana all have 7 each. It’s nice to see such a team effort but ...

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Marcus Rashford’s Difficult Second Season


It’s very easy to forget that Marcus Rashford is still only 19. When he stepped up and scored that stunning free-kick in the Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo, he looked like a senior pro who had been doing this for years. But in fact, this is only his second season for Manchester United. And that was only his 66th ...

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Trepid Travellers – English Teams in Europe

English football team betting

Between 2005 and 2012, eight English clubs made it all the way to the Champions League final. Three of those clubs – Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea – went on to lift the trophy. But in the five years since, English teams have struggled. Only two – Chelsea and Manchester City – have made it as far as the semi-finals. ...

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The Rise and Rise of Adam Lallana

Adam Lallana was one of England’s few shining lights during the disaster of Euro 2016. No, he wasn’t at his best but he also wasn’t at his worst either. In the frustrating draws against Russia and Slovakia, he was at the centre of England’s fluid new attacking game. And in the abject defeat to Iceland, the team certainly missed his ...

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