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Jose Mourinho Opinionated Sports

Lay Off Jose: He’s Just Tired

October 3, 2018

Ever since bursting onto the scene in 2002 at Porto, Jose Mourinho has made it clear…….. He is number one. Two Portuguese titles, the UEFA Cup and then the Champions League in just two seasons at Porto led the former translator to pronounce himself as the special one upon his appointment at Chelsea in the summer […]

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Why Are Spurs Trying so Hard to Become a Laughing Stock?

September 20, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 For a number of years now, Mauricio Pochettino has been working miracles in the Premier League. First at Southampton and now more recently turning Tottenham Hotspur into genuine third place contenders every season. However, one thing that has eluded the talented Argentine is a trophy. Undoubtedly, he deserves one for all his efforts […]

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Ferrari: Are You Tottenham in Disguise?

September 16, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 Watching the Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday afternoon I couldn’t help but think I had seen Ferrari’s constant cock-ups performed by another team in another sport. And then it clicked. Tottenham Hotspur. The likeness in my head became so uncanny I literally had to put it down in print. And here’s why. It […]

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Danish Players Prove there’s No Pride in Football

September 5, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse Think twice before you eat your next Danish pastry as members of Denmark’s National Football team are at loggerheads with the nations Football Association and refusing to play in their upcoming next round of matches. The argument is surrounding the individual player’s commercial rights which have clearly just been changed by the Danish […]

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Notts County Opinionated Sports

Why Aren’t Notts County Better?

September 2, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 Think of a lower half team in the EFL and one name springs to mind. Notts County. Formed in 1862, Notts County is a side with a special place in the pantheon of football history by way of being the world’s oldest association football club. That is a well-known fact. But……… did you […]

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CONMEBOL Santos Opinionated Sports

CONMEBOL Drop the Ball to Enrage Santos

August 29, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 You think UEFA can drop the ball from time to time but at least they are nothing like CONMEBOL (Pretty much the South American version of UEFA). The organisation sent Santos fans into protest during their sides second leg Copa Libertadores clash with Argentinian team Independiente after it was announced just hours before […]

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Let’s all Laugh at Norwich

August 21, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 Wanna hear a joke? Norwich City. Haha I’m so funny. Nope, I’m not an Ipswich fan but I couldn’t help but laugh out loud when I read what the Canaries have done in order to gain an edge over their opponents. Now, before I divulge in Norwich’s laughable attempt at disrupting visitors to […]

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Why Championship Clubs Should Boycott the League Cup

August 16, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse To my surprise, Thursday evening saw the draw for the second round of the League Cup (sorry, Carabao Cup). As a Leeds United fan, one glance at the draw showed a home tie against Preston North End, zzzzzzzzzzz. Now, no disrespect here to Preston, in fact quite the opposite, you see being drawn […]

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Ironically, Only Rangers Can Save Celtic

August 15, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 Dismal, Shocking, Embarrassing, these are just some of the adjectives used to describe Celtic’s exit of the Champions League at the hands of Greek side AEK Athens. But should we be surprised? Not really. For the second time in four year’s Scotland’s elite club side have failed to reach the group stages of […]

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Parma Opinionated Sports

The Return of S.S.D. Parma Calcio 1913

August 11, 2018

By @IanWaterhouse1 On Sunday 19th August, Parma takes on Udinese at the clubs Stadio Ennio Tardini in the pairs opening fixtures of this seasons Italian Serie A league. Nothing unusual in that you may think but actually quite the opposite is true. You see, those of you who remember watching Football Italia on channel 4 […]

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