1. Eduardo. Dive. Universal Condemnation. Rooney. Dive. Hypocrisy.

    Remember that Eduardo dive against Celtic earlier this year? Despite the fact that nowadays diving happens all the time in the game and that the match was virtually over anyway when Eduardo ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 4 years ago 443 reads 8 comments

  2. Rant—The Denmark Portugal Result: C.Ronaldo Has No Blame?

    "Cristiano Ronaldo has managed to conquer everything, INDIVIDUALLY" "HE proved Sir Alex right and went on to LEAD United to English dominance" (In reference to Portugal's match against ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 5 years ago 139 reads 15 comments

  3. Was It a Penalty? Contact Or No Contact, Rooney Dived.... So No

    No calls for a ban, no cries of 'dive', not even a whisper of 'cheat.' Quite predictably, none of the English media have been brave enough or honest enough to condemn Wayne Rooney for diving to win a penalty against Arsenal over the weekend...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 5 years ago 470 reads 40 comments

  4. A History Lesson for Those Who Think £30m Is Too Much for Carlos Tevez

    Despite being the best player on the pitch and having a blistering first 45 minutes against Arsenal, Carlos Tevez left the pitch for Dimitar Berbatov on the hour mark against Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about 5 years ago 604 reads 32 comments

  5. My Reaction to the United-Tottenham Match

    Needless to say, but great comeback from United. First of all, the penalty. It's not as shocking as it's been made out to be by some people...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 217 reads 41 comments

  6. Cristiano Ronaldo Chokes Yet Again: Is Anybody REALLY Surprised?

    It's the first knockout round of the Champions League in 2005. Man United are at home, playing against AC Milan. The score is 0-0, and tellingly there is a cry blasting around the stadium: "Ruud! ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 1,487 reads 144 comments

  7. Bosingwa, The F.A, The Linesman, and Mike Riley: The Truth

    "An eye for an eye ends up making the whole world blind." - Mahatma Gandhi. A lot of confusion has been circulated surrounding exactly how Jose Bosingwa has not been punished for his astonishing ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 1,224 reads 35 comments

  8. Frank Lampard To Mike Riley: I Forgive You

    Amid all of the controversy surrounding his red card, I must say I was struck by how well Frank Lampard dealt with the whole situation. Consider the circumstances: Sunday's away match against Liverpool was Chelsea's biggest game of the season so far...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 721 reads 32 comments

  9. Why Dropping Didier Drogba Against Southend Is the Right Decision

    After their capitulation against Man United, Chelsea's first chance to redeem themselves comes in the form of a F.A. Cup third round replay match against Southend tonight. And Didier Drogba will not be playing...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 239 reads 31 comments

  10. 2008/2009: The Season So Far: Dimitar Berbatov and Carlos Tevez

    In response to Matt S' article, where he questions whether Tevez is worth £32 Million, I made this comment: "He may be third choice for Alex Ferguson but in my opinion he should be ranked as at least second choice...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 1,391 reads 54 comments

  11. Is Alex Ferguson Lying to Manchester United Fans about Carlos Tevez?

    A few days ago, Carlos Tevez came out publicly to address his pending contract situation with Manchester United in a live interview with Argentinian radio station Radio del Plata...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 1,207 reads 29 comments

  12. Chelsea: The Problems

    The pressure is on. A few bad results for Chelsea and now the wisdom of their manager, Luiz Phiipe Scolari, is under serious scrutiny. In the league, they've failed to capitalize on several occasions after their rivals dropped seemingly precious points...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 872 reads 34 comments

  13. The Rooney-Stoke Elbow Debate: What Were You Doing Linesman?

    Without dismissing Rooney's personal idiocy, I'm surprised the linesman hasn't been put under more scrutiny...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 536 reads 15 comments

  14. Which Pundits/Experts Do You Trust?

    I disagree with most of the so called 'experts' on t.v and in newspapers, but there are some opinions who I do respect and agree with from time to time. Alan Shearer is one who springs to mind, clearly knowledgeable...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 121 reads 20 comments

  15. David James Drops Another Clanger to Send Portsmouth Out Of Europe

    David James does it again. And it perfectly exemplifies why James shouldn't be at the top level of international football: he simply makes too many of these clangers! p.s...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 68 reads 1 comments

  16. What We All Should Wish for This Christmas

    Have you had a look at the league tables recently? No? Here: Have a look carefully. They're averaging three goals a game! Well, Chelsea have not quite managed it...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 289 reads 21 comments

  17. How Do You Manage Your Favourite Articles on B/r?

    This is more of a forum post than an article but here it is anyway: How do you manage your favourite articles on b/r? Do you think there is a need for better favourite articles management ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about over 5 years ago 167 reads 21 comments

  18. Snippet Thoughts on The Weekend's Action in The English Premier League

    Here were some of my observations and thoughts on the weekend's action, for the matches that I saw. Portsmouth 2-0 Tottenham Juande is a good manager. You don't win the UEFA cup twice in your first two seasons at a club if you're a rubbish manager...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 319 reads 12 comments

  19. What Makes a Legend?

    "He's a legend." That phrase used to mean something. "Legend" used to be reserved only for the special few who truly earned the status. Nowadays, it feels like it's thrown around to anyone. Apparently, there are legends everywhere...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 912 reads 50 comments

  20. Chelsea 1-1 Man United: But Who Were the Real Winners?

    The recorded score may be a 1-1 draw but, considering what was at stake, Man United definitely came out the winners in what was the biggest match of the season so far...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  21. Chelsea's New Shirt Naming Convention: Huh?

    Hmmm... so Chelsea played great yesterday night in their first match of this season's Champions League. They produced an impressive performance in their 4-0 win over Bordeaux, scoring some wonderful goals in the process...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 964 reads 6 comments

  22. EPL Open Mic : Money Does Not Equal Success; Man City Will Prove It For Me

    HIGH EXPECTATIONS(In the following mock-up conversation, quotes were extracted from a statement given by Abu Dhabi United Group’s representative Dr Sulaiman Al-Fahim’s, and from his ...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 1,553 reads 56 comments

  23. Roger Federer Passes Novak Djokovic Test in US Open Semi-final

    Yes! I was worried about this match. Roger Federer, now world No. 2, proved a point to his doubters and more importantly to himself by winning in four sets against a spirited Novak Djokovic...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 627 reads 8 comments

  24. Andy Murray Achieves Fourth In World Rankings: Well Done, Mate

    Continuing his best year so far, Andy Murray has guaranteed he will rise to fourth in the world rankings, after his win against Juan Martin del Potro in the US Open quarter-finals. He will go on to meet the current world No...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about almost 6 years ago 415 reads 1 comments

  25. Why Roger Federer's Loss at Wimbleon Hurts The Most

    Fact: Federer is better than Nadal. Well that's what all of us Federer fans were hoping to say after the Wimbledon 2008 final anyway. But the evidence keeps pointing otherwise, and to be honest, it's heart-breaking...

    Steven Ho Written by Steven Ho about 6 years ago 517 reads 15 comments