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  • ‘Bilic unassailable, Bartoli quality, but Clive, what on earth?’ Read more >

    ‘Bilic unassailable, Bartoli quality, but Clive, what on earth?’

    Brought to you in association with the UK Concrete Show (“The whole of the concrete industry under one roof!“) . By Martin Kelner 13 June 2016 Oh Clive, what were you thinking? Justice for the England Eleven? Really? I had to wind back to check that really was the venerable ITV commentator’s reaction to Eric Dier’s free-kick goal for […]

  • Euro 2016 squads: cost £2.2bn but worth more than double Read more >

    Euro 2016 squads: cost £2.2bn but worth more than double

    By Nick Harris 10 June 2016 Two interesting and credible studies published this week have attempted to quantify the cost (and separately, the value) of the 24 squads that will contest Euro 2016, which begins this evening in Paris when hosts France face Romania at the Stade de France. The first was conducted by Profit […]

  • Infantino’s 100-day report card: a farcical FIFA fail Read more >

    Infantino’s 100-day report card: a farcical FIFA fail

    By James Corbett 4 June 2016 In September 1997, when Britain was still intoxicated by the biggest general election landslide in the country’s history, the Labour Party spin doctor Derek Draper published a book, entitled ‘Blair’s 100 Days.’ A self-styled insider’s account, Draper’s book was supposed to capture the mood of elation and change after […]

  • ‘Football’s contribution to popular culture? Puny’ Read more >

    ‘Football’s contribution to popular culture? Puny’

     Brought to you in association with the UK Concrete Show (“The whole of the concrete industry under one roof!“) . By Martin Kelner 30 May 2016 Television remains a world of wonder. Who would think to switch on the set to hear Graeme Le Saux’s views on period pains and transgender toilet arrangements? This joy came to us […]

  • Bob Latchford and me: a boy’s own tale Read more >

    Bob Latchford and me: a boy’s own tale

    . Norwegian sports writer Andreas Selliaas grew up in a village south of Oslo in the 1970s, watching English football from afar and playing make believe in the street. His friends would quarrel over who would be Kevin Keegan and who would be Kenny Dalglish. Selliaas wanted to be neither. He wanted to be Bob […]

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