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Lifelong Arsenal supporter and member from London, currently studying Medicine in Brighton! More of a full-time Gooner and a part-time medic, mind. So passionate (or sad, you pick) about the mighty Arsenal that I've strived to know all things Arsenal from the very day it came to being to where we are now. Please have a read of my articles and don't hesitate to get in touch, would be great to hear what you think of it!
Hey Bro, check out my new article; http://bleacherreport.com/articles/450942-hes-not-that-type-of-player-is-tackling-out-of-control-in-the-epl
Hey Asser, check this out; http://bleacherreport.com/articles/356787-rant-from-a-mad-gooner
The inevitable has happened... the UWCC title has gone to a team I have trouble spelling the name of in a league I know nothing about... at least I've heard of the team though, and they're well known throughout the world...
Roma lost the title to Panathinaikos last night in the Europa League, but it's not all bad news! The match was a thriller with three goals and a penalty in the last ten minutes, as well as a last minute winner from a familiar face!
It also contained a wonderful goal from Vucinic (see that highlights included for that screamer) and a substitue scoring with their first touch on two different occasions!
Also included in the article are Roma title reign stats, which stand up against the very best there has ever been!
The UWCC needs YOU!
The John Terry allegations have been well documented now, and in the latest Great Debate article I ask a lot of questions surrounding it, mainly "has it damaged England's World Cup hopes?" I think it has, but not for the reasons you might expect...
Also, Was Capello right to strip Terry of the captaincy? Is Ferdinand the right man to replace him? and what are your overriding thoughts on the whole farce?
Let your opinion be known!
Hey mate.. breaking news. Your opinion is appreciated...
Asser, don't really like to go down this 'bulletin board self promotion' route, but was wondering if you'd take a look @ this when you get a chance
It's quite long, but I'd be interested to know who you see as having the potential to be one of the four biggest sides in England at the end of the decade...
You may have heard by now, but if you haven't Juventus suffered yet another loss on Saturday, this time to Roma.
Not only does this ensure Roma keep the UWCC title, but it puts Ciro Ferrara's job in serious jeopardy. Should he be sacked, or should Juventus take Liverpool's example and stick by their manager?
If it does prove to be his final game in charge, what a game to go out on! With legends such as Del Piero, Totti, and Buffon all making headlines (some good, some bad), it's unmissable.
There was a Van Basten-esque volley, a penalty (yes, another one!), a red card, and a last second winner...and that's just the second half!
Five minutes gone...Triestina awarded a penalty and it looks like I could be covering Serie B football from now on...
See if Roma saved me from this less than ideal scenario in the latest UWCC title match which included, as I have already mentioned, a penalty as well as the 100th different player to have scored in a UWCC title match!
Also included are predictions for the next match, as well as a form guide and current table situations, and video highlights of the match!
Don't forget to vote on the poll!
It's a tiny bit late as it took longer than expected to write it, but my review of 2009 is finally here! Last year's one won the AOTD award and hopefully I've done enough on this one to equal that feat, but I'll leave you to be the judge of that!
With 25 great moments from 12 different sports, and with everyone from Barcelona to France, the Yankees to the Lakers, and Usain Bolt to Tiger Woods there is something for everyone in this slideshow, plus a ranked top ten as the final slide!
If you get a chance would you mind checking it out? Cheers!
It's that time of year again! Time to vote for your B/R World Football Writer of the Year. A final shortlist of 10 has been devised with great difficulty, and now you can vote for who you think deserves the accolade! Let the voting commence!
If you haven't seen it already, I have written the first of many "decade in review" pieces, and this one looks at Liverpool's top 15 matches of the noughties. Have a look and see what you think, you might be surprised at what ISN'T number one!