1. Proud England Fail to Encapsulate Spanish Groove Armada

    England’s 6-0 thrashing of Andorra were viewed in many quarters as a sweep, a one-sided victory of the inevitable. Sure, the score line suggests that and it could have been more...

    Mulatto Written by Mulatto about 5 years ago 127 reads 1 comments

  2. Riquelme’s Homecoming Reminds Us of Value of Love Affair Between Man and Club

    Never in so many years have I seen a rapport between player and fan as great as this one. From the blue and gold half of Buenos Aires never have I seen such adulation from the masses ...

    Mulatto Written by Mulatto about almost 6 years ago 343 reads 4 comments

  3. Enchanting Arsenal’s Role-Playing Relives Total Football

    A few weeks ago, I felt I had made some astute observations, and upon realising this, came to light with several pleasing issues I wish to transpire to my fellow readers...

    Mulatto Written by Mulatto about almost 6 years ago 766 reads 3 comments

  4. The Fable of Pure Football

    In the 1982 World Cup, Brazil had a great team packed with flair players such as the lanky bearded captain Socrates and legend Zico. They played what many considered to be the best football but lost out in dramatic fashion to eventual winners Italy...

    Mulatto Written by Mulatto about 6 years ago 404 reads 2 comments

  5. Hypocrite Adebayor Joins Monetary Circus

    Despite reporting to pre season training this morning, Emmanuel Adebayor is still very likely to leave Arsenal and head to either AC Milan or Barcelona...

    Mulatto Written by Mulatto about 6 years ago 1,027 reads 11 comments