antony sansom

antony sansom

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What do I say I hate having to write about myself. I will start by saying I am a Luton Town Fan. This itself has many connotations and a roller coaster of highs and lows. I have always found supporting the teams that have a millions of fans and commercial success to be quite boring. You know the English Premier League is only going to be won by one of four teams and you can predict who’s going to be relegated.

I have the British Bug of supporting the underdog as when the fleeting moment of success enters your life I feel it means so much more then consent success. I also prefer to put my money into a community club, which needs the cash to survive.

Luton is one of those good old traditional clubs that like to develop its own players and that starts all they way back with the school boys in the local community and bring them through to full time professionals.

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  • Jersey Al Bracco posted 1915 days ago

    Jersey Al Bracco

    My thoughts on the US Mens National Soccer Team and their huge upset of Spain:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/206063-usa-2-spain-0-will-the-real-us-mens-soccer-team-please-stand-up

  • Jersey Al Bracco posted 1939 days ago

    Jersey Al Bracco

    Dipping my toes back into the "football/soccer" world...

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/189406-ciao-paolo-maldini-you-are-the-last-of-a-dying-breed

  • Janet Kessler posted 1946 days ago

    Janet Kessler

    Hey Antony,

    Would love for you to read my latest, and tell me what you think.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/183052-head-coach-rick-carlisle-after-one-year-with-the-dallas-mavericks?just_published=1

  • illya mclellan posted 1994 days ago

    illya mclellan

    hey mate, actually edited your article after Brett Cooper tried to take the credit for it without actually even doing anything! extremely odd to say you have edited something and then not having edited it at all. made some minor changes to the spelling and grammar, unnoticeable in relation to your writing style, was a good piece enjoyable to read and with fine detail.

  • Yoosof Farah posted 1996 days ago

    Yoosof Farah

    Antony,

    Tell everyone you know about it, and read this article, please. Gillingham Football Club have problems, ones that need sorting out if we are to get promoted this season. Please read this emotional, passion-filled article, please. It's very long, and I more than anyone hate long articles, especially very long ones, so I try my best to avoid writing them, but I think even for the neutral who doesn't even give a damn about football, my rant here is just funny perhaps to laugh at.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/150738-gillingham-football-club-the-problems

    Many thanks as always,
    Yoosof

  • Jersey Al Bracco posted 1999 days ago

    Jersey Al Bracco

    Bob Bradley must read Bleacher Report Articles:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/149318-usa-mens-soccer-thank-you-bob-bradley-for-jozy-and-landon

  • Jersey Al Bracco posted 2004 days ago

    Jersey Al Bracco

    Here's my first shot at a "soccer" article: Would love to hear your comments:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/146452-us-mens-soccer-is-landon-donovan-really-the-best-we-can-do