Footballers with Top Knots #14

After the last post in this now infamous category in which we have completed the starting eleven for F.C. Top Knot we never rest and are always on the look out for new signings. Now this one was the first one I’ve spotted for a while without the use of …

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11 things we learned about Football this weekend

1. Where else to start but at Anfield where Steven Gerrard said farewell to the Liverpool fans but the party was ruined by Crystal Palace who ran out 3-1 winners. ‘Palace who although were quite fortunate in 2 out of their 3 goals (Their second saw two players including goalscorer …

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Uefa to ease finanical fair play rules

European football’s governing body is preparing to relax the Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules it introduced in 2011 to stop clubs from overspending. In an interview with French radio station RTL  , Uefa president Michel Platini said FFP was “working well” but would be “eased” this summer. This followed a …

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#BringAndyBack

It’s time to bring Andy Gray Back Home. He’s been held captive by Richard Keys in Doha, look at his dead between the eyes glare. He has suffered long enough in the Football wilderness, let’s give him the return that he fully deserves. If you can help, please spread the …

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Footballers with Top Knots #13

It’s been a busy weekend of negotiations but there has been another new signing for the club, this one took a while to clinch but it’s another big name and certainly worth the wait. I’ve had a couple of scouts keep an eye on him and the reports have been …

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The race for the Crawley Town job

After the news that Crawley Town would have to be looking for a new man to take the helm at the club after Dean Saunders was appointed as the new Chesterfield Manager there has been many twists and turns in the battle to get appointed. Last weeks favourite Nigel Worthington …

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Blatter plots revenge as Europe faces cut in World Cup spots

Europe, the powerhouse of football, is facing the most serious challenge to its domination of the world game as Fifa president Sepp Blatter seeks revenge for European associations’ attempt to unseat him from the leadership of the sport’s governing body. On the field Europe has never been more powerful. European …

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