1. Championship Side Hull City Allegedly Part Ways with Manager Nick Barmby

    Cyberspace is all a-twitter with rumors that ex-England international Nick Barmby has been suspended as Hull City manager by the Tigers' Egyptian owners, Assem and Ehab Allam at 2 PM Monday...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about over 2 years ago 636 reads 0 comments

  2. The Premier League's Worst Mascots Ever

    Without a doubt the best ever football mascot in the English Premier League was Roary the Tiger. He has the ball skills of Pele and the fire in his belly of a real tiger but the cute looks that kids of all ages love...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about over 2 years ago 4,350 reads 23 comments

  3. Arsenal's Young Striker Jay Simpson Joins Hull City's Tigers

    Arsene Wenger and the Gunners have agreed terms with Hull City for the release of Jay "Homer" Simpson. The young Arsenal striker has been touted as a signing for a number of Championship ...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 463 reads 11 comments

  4. Craig Bellamy's Cardiff City Move In Jeopardy: A Championship Week

    With the Championship moving towards week three, the transfer window is starting to move at a fair trot. League leader Millwall, coming off the back of a four-nil thrashing of Hull City at the New Den, have extended the loan spell of Darren Carter...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 752 reads 8 comments

  5. The Premier League's Worst Mascots Ever

    Without a doubt the best ever football mascot in the English Premier League is Roary the Tiger.He has the ball skills of Pele with the fire in his belly of a real Tiger but the cute looks that kids of all ages love...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 5,860 reads 27 comments

  6. Who Has The Worst and Best New Kit In English Football, 2010/11

    The 1992-1993 Hull City home shirt is possibly the greatest football shirt ever designed. It's a cornucopia of amber and black, delicately fused in a tiger skin motif to celebrate the Tiger's aggressive nature...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 4,671 reads 28 comments

  7. The Football League Championship 2010/11 Season Preview

    The Football League Championship is one of the toughest leagues in the world. Many teams have lost their position in the Premiership and thought that a swift return to the big time was on the cards, but have come down to earth with a very big bump...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 1,449 reads 26 comments

  8. Jimmy Bullard: Where Did it All Go Wrong?

    The national image of Jimmy Bullard as the jocular funnyman of English football, is in wild contrast, and sitting at odds with the impression he is giving the management, board and the faithful of the Tiger-nation, in East Yorkshire...

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  9. England vs. Slovenia 2010 FIFA World Cup: Slovenia Bows Out

    Heartache in Port Elizabeth for the Slovenian National side. After dramatically getting through qualification by beating Russia over two legs to reach the finals of the 2010 World Cup, ...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 197 reads 6 comments

  10. USA vs. Algeria 2010 FIFA World Cup: USA Player Ratings vs. Algeria

    The United States World Cup story continues as they score a wonderful late goal, and beat Algeria to reach the round of 16 as group winners with much fancied England in second place...

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  11. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Top 10 B/R Articles of the World Cup Thus Far

    With the second round of group games well on the way, and the second week of fabulous football behind us, I thought it was time to look at the best of the best from Bleacher Reports ...

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  12. Germany vs. Australia World Cup: Germany To Win the World Cup, Thanks Adidas

    With the German team two up against Australia in the second half of their group 'D' game, it is interesting to see just how composed they are on the ball? The Germans need a win to keep up with Ghana who beat Serbia by a single goal earlier in the day...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 1,460 reads 40 comments

  13. England vs. USA: Goalie Gaff Gives Yanks Tie

    With all to play for in the important World Cup tie. England's Three Lions and the Yanks of U.S.A. certainly made a tie a great one, with both sides having great chances, but it was a tale of two goalkeepers as one shone and one stunk...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 1,862 reads 109 comments

  14. 2010 FIFA World Cup: England Vs. USA, Can History Repeat Itself?

    In 1950 the United States soccer team were not expected to do particularly well when they traveled down to Brazil to compete in the World Cup finals, in an attempt to lift the coveted Jules Rimet trophy...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 333 reads 12 comments

  15. Riding on the Back of Tigers: Au Revoir, Phil Brown

    It was announced today after a very protracted negotiation process that Hull City's most successful manger, Phil Brown, would officially part company with the club...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 384 reads 6 comments

  16. 2010 FIFA World Cup: FIFA Rankings Mean Nothing at the World Cup

    Since 1992, FIFA has produced a ranking system to show who the best nations are in World Football. The ranking is a bone of contention for many who see it as nothing more than just a list for entertainment purposes...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 3,746 reads 16 comments

  17. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Top 10 B/R Lists for This World Cup

    With the World Cup less than a week away, I thought it would be a great time to look back at some of the great, the good, and the not so good fluff pieces that have been published in the run up to the big kickoff...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 1,504 reads 30 comments

  18. 2010 FIFA World Cup: John Mikel Obi Rules Himself Out

    The talented young Nigerian midfielder John Mikel Obi has ruled himself out of the World Cup. He has had to cut his time short with the Nigerian squad in an attempt to keep his playing career alive...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 572 reads 2 comments

  19. Jozy Altidore Set to Miss England Opener

    The United States has been dealt a serious set back in their preparations for the World Cup finals. Their 20-year-old striker, Jozy Altidore, has reportedly injured his right ankle ...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 265 reads 7 comments

  20. Nigeria World Cup Roster: Its Strengths and Weaknesses

    Nigeria's Swedish coach, Lars Lagerback has just named his 23-man squad for the World Cup finals, but has he got it right? The most important thing is who he has left out of the squad...

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  21. 2010 FIFA World Cup: The Long and the Short Of It

    Each World Cup tournament brings us bags of fantastic football, but also a lot of useless trivia to curb the appetite in the build up to the greatest show on earth consisting of the ...

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  22. 2010 FIFA World Cup: The Most Boring World Cup Ever

    In the lead up to a World Cup finals, there is a feeling of anticipation. There is a general feeling of impending excitement. There is the mouth-watering impatience to get started...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about 4 years ago 2,625 reads 47 comments

  23. FIFA World Cup 2010: Nigeria's 10 Greatest Players of All Time

    Since Nigeria won it's independence from Great Britain in 1960, the fledgling Super Eagles have gone from strength to strength. Nigeria waited until the '70s before clearly putting their footballing credentials on the map...

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  24. How I Fell Out Of Love With the Premiership

    I know that some will say that my dislike of the Premier League is just sour grapes because the Tigers have just officially got an (R) next to their name on the league table, denoting 'relegated,' but they would be wrong...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about over 4 years ago 648 reads 36 comments

  25. 2010 FIFA World Cup: The U.S. Will Never Win the World Cup, Because of the NCAA

    The NCAA is a fine institution which gives so much to US sportsmen and women. But in the world of football (soccer), it is failing America—badly...

    Brian  Rhodes Written by Brian Rhodes about over 4 years ago 1,279 reads 71 comments