by Striker Last week’s final few games in the World Cup gave us some rivetting viewing, and a certain amont of talking points which of course will now become a part of soccer history.
by Striker Taking up the story of the World Cup where we left off last week, Friday’s first quarter finals gave us some rather expected results, although both games were tighter than many would have thought. First of all, Germany, having taken the lead in the first half through a Hummels header, held on gamely in the second half to register that they were the first team into the semi-finals. France
Well, what do you think now? Have you changed your horse in mid stream as regards who you imagine will win the World Cup! I must admit, having viewed the vast majority of the games to date, that this World Cup has turned out to be one of the most open that I have ever come across. We do realise that in any of these type of tournaments, that unusual
by Striker Well, as we all saw and felt last week, the World Cup results continued to have more than their usual surprises , with the upshot being that a few of the fancied teams are on their way home. Soccer, as we well know, and as the famous Jimmy Greaves said some years ago, “is a funny old game”, which was borne out in the latter end of last
by Striker The World Cup has begun, and, as one would expect, has really grabbed the interest of the soccer fraternity, and, as I noticed during last week, you could see the gradual involvement of a growing number of people in all manner of local busters and sweeps on the whole competition. Brazil, being the host country, can expect, as history seems to have proven, many little favours in their games,
by Striker Well, what did you think of the recent debacle about the ridiculous decision to award the 2022 World Cup to the millionaire’s playground in Qatar, which to me would always be the perfect oasis to choose where money is concerned.
by Striker Since I conversed with you last, two of the Republic’s four friendly games have been played, and while the results were not bad, one could see that the vast majority of the playing panel of 29 were remnants of the Trappatoni era.
by Striker About ten days ago the future of Big Sam Allardyce as West Ham’s manager was what one could safely call as, at the least, “up in the air”, for, going into and through many press releases, it did certainly appear that there were half a dozen people in the process of interview to take over the managership of the Premiership club. At that stage, Allardyce seemed to
by Striker Wembley on Cup Final day just has to be every players field of dreams, and I’m sure that every player who did take the field in Saturday’s final must have felt more than a little bit privileged. An FA Cup medal, like any country’s cup medal, is always a cherished memento of a historic encounter, even if only for the fact that not every player is lucky
Sunday, 18 May 2014 McCarthy Sports Division 1 Cup Final Lyre Rovers 1-1 Mizen AFC Lyre won 4-3 on penalties