June 22, 2012
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Just another Englishman in America. I reside in the sunny climes of Georgia, just outside of Atlanta.
Unfortunately, I will defer writing for B/R from June 22 in order to persue a career with Atlanta Fire & Rescue.
Over Hyped Football Players! Please rewrite article after you do research
Some reasons why Michael Owen might have won the 2001 Ballon d'Or
2000-2001 Season : 46 appearances 24 goals
Helped Liverpool with the Cup Quintuple (FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup, UEFA Super Cup, FA Community Shield)
Scored twice against Arsenal in the FA Cup Final (basically won it for Liverpool considering how much Arsenal dominated the game)
Scored once against Manchester United in the FA Community Shield
Scored once against Bayern Munich in the UEFA Super Cup
Scored 7 goals for England in International Friendlies and Qualifiers (including his hat trick against Germany)
2001-2002 Season: Before the Award was handed out on Dec.11th, he played in 20 competitive games for Liverpool and scored 16 goals
Oh and I think the reason people hyped him up was because of this....
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Thanks for the props in your latest article Peter. Appreciate it.
haha yours is a valuable opinion and one the world should know of!
Hey Peter! What do you think man?
Hi Peter, just posted a slight correction to your article on Greatest footballers of all Time. It was a nicely written article (very informative), but I just wanted to correct the bit about the most decorated/greatest African Footballer. Thanks for sharing that great list and all the research done. Keep writing and sharing the information.
Such a shame !!! Saura Bhattacharjee asked his profile to be deleted from the site but B/R are still using his articles to gain more viewership...How low will this once great site go??
Great meeting you, Peter. You got a shout out in the B/R Blog!
"The name Hotspur was chosen because of the fiery reputation of Shakespeare's Harry Hotspur, a character in his play "Henry IV Part 1". Harry was based on a 14th century ancestor called Sir Henry Percy of the aristocratic Northumberland family who owned large tracts of land in the Tottenham area in the 1880s and after whom the nearby Northumberland Avenue is named. The family were believed to have lived close to the ground in Percy House. Henry is reported to have been killed in battle in Shrewsbury in 1403."
There, now we both know why Tottenham are called Spurs.