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Outsider Betting — Secrets and Tactics

All sports fans know that the winner is not always the one who was expected to win. Sometimes even the obvious favorites lose, although...
EPL 20/21: Chelsea vs Aston Villa - tactical analysis tactics

On the types of football tactics

Football is the most popular sports game in the world, and its matches are closely watched. She is not only fun for the fans,...
How would Kai Havertz fit into Bayern Munich's tactics- tactical analysis

How would Kai Havertz fit into Bayern Munich’s tactics – tactical analysis

In recent months, Kai Havertz has been linked with a switch to Bayern Munich from Bundesliga rivals Bayer Leverkusen, with the German being classed as...
Scottish Premiership 2018/19 Tactical Analysis: Rangers

Steven Gerrard’s tactics at Rangers

Steven Gerrard is undoubtedly a legend of the English game and football across the globe. He spent the majority of his career captaining both...

REVEALED: The special tactics used by Man City to beat Huddersfield 3-0

The race for the Premier League continued at the John Smith’s stadium where the relegation-threatened home team currently fighting for relegation, Huddersfield Town faced...
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1986 World Cup: Uruguay

This piece originally featured on That 1980s Sports Blog Uruguay entered the 1986 World Cup as one of the favourites; they left with their reputation...

Today’s Tales: What would Janice in accounts do?

Anyone carrying a knock that might put their trip to Qatar in jeopardy? No? Good - take it easy through this week’s column though,...
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The nearly men: Hungary and the Magical Magyars of the 1950’s (Part Two)

Picking up from where we left things in part one, the world was limbering up for the Swiss World Cup, anticipating that Hungary and...
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The Three Lions’ last venture in Asia: the 2002 World Cup

Despite it being just a matter of weeks away, I’m really not in the World Cup groove as of yet. Whether it’s the time...
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The nearly men: Hungary and the Magical Magyars of the 1950’s (Part One)

It's March 1957, and Ferenc Puskas, the iconic on-pitch leader of the Hungarian golden generation, cuts a lonely figure, banned from playing professional football....
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A Hunt for the Cosmos: the story of a young lad from Birmingham playing...

When you think of some of the huge names of 1970’s world football, Pele, Franz Beckenbauer, Johan Cruyff and Carlos Alberto would certainly find...
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Against the Odds: Coventry City’s heroic FA Cup triumph

Last week, I spoke about how Manchester City's FA Cup victory in 2011 was the beginning of their dominance in English football, the start...
Randolph Septimus Galloway

Randolph Septimus Galloway: The forgotten journeyman

From Derby County trainee to serial globetrotter, Roger West tracks the extraordinary life of Randolph Septimus Galloway Randolph Septimus Galloway might not be a name...
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The worst Premier League team of all time: Derby County

Over the years, I have been lucky enough to witness some incredible teams ply their trade in the Premier League. During my childhood, first...
Jack Charlton USA 94

The Charlton Years Part 3: How Big Jack’s old school methods took Ireland to...

For those reading this series for the first time, here are Parts 1 and 2. This piece originally featured on Tale of Two Halves. Part...
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Obituary: David Armstrong – a spike in consistency

Many a team has them, and fans love them. The unsung player who gives everything every week but is rarely given the limelight bigger...
Ajax 1995 Champions League

Ajax: How they won the Champions League in 1995

In the 2018/19 Champions League season, Ajax were the surprise package in the competition as they swept aside the likes of Real Madrid and...
Joe Fagan

The Boot Room: Liverpool’s engine room for European royalty – part eight

A bombshell has dropped on the world of football - Bob Paisley, the most decorated British manager at the time, has pulled the curtain...
Jack Charlton Italia 90

The Charlton Years Part 2: How Big Jack’s old school methods took Ireland to...

You can read Part 1 of this series here. This series originally ran on Tale of Two Halves. Part 2: A nation holds its breath Having...
Jack Charlton Ireland

The Charlton Years Part 1: How Big Jack’s old school methods took Ireland to...

This series on Jack Charlton's time in charge of the Republic of Ireland originally featured on our now-dormant sister site, Tale of Two Halves. 1986...
Bob Paisley Boot Room

The Boot Room: Liverpool’s engine room for European royalty – part seven

Slowly but surely, we are winding down to the final days of Bob Paisley - Liverpool's most successful manager ever. So far, he has...
Rory Delap Stoke City

Stoke City’s Human Sling: The Rory Delap story

Following promotion in the 2007-08 season, Stoke City wasted no time in making themselves Premier League enemy number one. Their physical and aggressive style...
Tahiti at the 2013 Confederations Cup

Tahiti at the 2013 Confederations Cup: When goldfish swam amongst sharks

Tahiti is about as far-flung as it gets geographically. Part of French Polynesia, the island lies roughly midway between Australia’s eastern seaboard and the...
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The Boot Room: Liverpool’s engine room for European royalty – part four

And just like that, the Bill Shankly era is over. Three parts before this edition told the stories of the Scotsman and his two...
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Programme review: Motherwell v St. Mirren, October 1982

Saturday 9th October 1982 Motherwell v St. Mirren Scottish Premier Division Programme Price: 40p For my review today, I have chosen a programme from my ever-growing collection of...

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