1. Henry's Hand Unable to Cover Up Domenech's Failures...

    Regardless of whether there is a replay, or Thierry Henry remains a villain in Dublin for the remainder of his days, Ramon Domenech’s inability to put together a formidable side despite the relative riches France enjoy post-Zizou, should not go unmissed..

    Muazzin Mehrban Written by Muazzin Mehrban about almost 5 years ago 364 reads 0 comments

  2. World cricket's test XI - agree to disagree...

    Here is a list of my current world test XI, with brief reasoning for each of choices. Cricket is funny old game, with selection head aches that just don't present themselves in other sports...

    Muazzin Mehrban Written by Muazzin Mehrban about almost 5 years ago 126 reads 7 comments

  3. England Look Strong, But Others Look Stronger...

    There is no doubting that Fabio Capello's England have a new found steel to them. Disciplined and harder to breakdown, the three lions have converged on the road to South Africa with relative ease...

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  4. Raikkonen To McLaren... Return Of The Ice Man

    Bigger front wings, smaller back wings, KERs, scandals, crashes, new teams, new drivers, new winners. The recent decline of formula one as a spectacle was, expected to be halted this season with all the changes and drama that have unfolded so far...

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  5. Europe's Best Centre Midfield? Chisels Or Paintbrushes....

    Canvas opinion among respected pundits and many will tell you that after the dust has settled from the blockbuster transfers this summer, that it is two pairings, which have continued to mature ...

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  6. Huntelaar, Expect....the Expected

    In the words of Ronseal, that age old paint manufacturer, if ever there was a player that did exactly what he said on the tin, it would be Klaas-Jan Huntelaar...

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  7. Pakistan, The Mercurial Team In The Mercurial Format...

    Logic would suggest that when two unpredictable forces meet, the expected outcome should be twice as alarming or uncertain as when the two are independent of one another...

    Muazzin Mehrban Written by Muazzin Mehrban about 5 years ago 127 reads 4 comments

  8. Ashes Media Making a Meal of Mitchell Johnson Form

    Tall, athletic, menacing, and a left arm pacer. How England, along with almost every other cricketing nation, would love to have Mitchell Johnson in their bowling arsenal...

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  9. A Fit Owen Hargreaves Will See United Last The Distance Next Season

    Although Carlos Tevez convinced himself but no one else of his fatal absence from the starting lineup in United's defeat to Barcelona in Rome, even he might admit that the Red Devils ...

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  10. Pato Centerstage As Milan Put All Their Duck Eggs In One Basket

    Although Pirlo and Ronaldinho remain the biggest names within Milan's ageing crop, the Rossoneri will be turning to the younger of their two Brazilian forwards in the gloomy void left by Kaka's departure...

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  11. Tevez, Robinho, Adebayor. Man City Slickers or Unwanted Goods?

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  12. Two Worlds Will Collide...

    It is still difficult to fathom isn’t it? Cristiano Ronaldo and Ricardo Kaka will share the same changing room next season...

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  13. Brazil's Success Leaves Dunga With Plenty to Think About

    With typical mambo sway Brazil recovered from two down to lift the Confederations Cup, a trophy of mixed significance—though judging by Lucio’s reaction, it meant a great deal, at least to some...

    Muazzin Mehrban Written by Muazzin Mehrban about over 5 years ago 86 reads 11 comments

  14. European Football Warms to The 'Quarterback'...

    Go back five years and talk in the school yard was dominated by football discussions. And today, it still is...

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  15. Arsenal, Maturity is Now or Never for Wenger and Co

    Under the meticulous tutelage of Arsene Wenger, the Gunners have twice completed the double and embarked on a remarkable run that saw them go unbeaten for 49 games in the league...

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  16. Nadal, Perfect Nature Becomes Weak at The Knees

    Spaniard will not have it all his own way....just yet As if he was made from the very clay used to coat the surface at Roland Garros, Rafael Nadal almost waltzed his way to four straight French ...

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  17. Shahid Afridi, the Maddest of all Hatters

    Described by one commentator as the "maddest of all mad maxes", Shahid Afridi is certainly a sultan of swing, but rather with bat, than with ball. Everything he has achieved in the current Twenty20 World Cup has been acquired with the utmost intensity...

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  18. Michael Ballack, European Football's Serial Bridesmaid

    As a jack of no trades and master of all, Michael Ballack, Germany’s midfield general and longstanding captain, has been revered as one of Europe’s top midfielders of the past decade...

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  19. Ferguson's Heir Unapparent

    Ageing respect should outweigh youthful exuberance... Modern Manchester United without its founding father would be unthinkable...

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  20. Yoann Gourcuff to Inspire French Revolution

    In truth, this is probably Zizou's fourth reincarnation in recent years. His name tag has rather carelessly been placed on several other rising Frenchmen who, regardless of talent and performance, ...

    Muazzin Mehrban Written by Muazzin Mehrban about over 5 years ago 364 reads 6 comments