Duncan MacDowall

Duncan MacDowall

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Duncan is a born and bred Londoner who briefly played professional football for Birmingham City in the early 1980s.

His sporting interests include MMA, NBA, Road Cycling, Athletics,Soccer, Rugby Union and a little bit of Boxing.

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  • Giorgi Dolidze posted 1964 days ago

    Giorgi Dolidze

    hey Ducan, thanks for becoming a fan :)

  • Dann Khan posted 1967 days ago

    Dann Khan

    Hey mate.
    Did my first slide show today. It is supposed to be humor. Tell me if you like it

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/197755-looking-at-sports-once-again-when-it-sickens-me#page/13

  • Keith Griffin posted 1971 days ago

    Keith Griffin

    Hey,

    Would love your opinion on this piece if you have the time, and please feel free to comment/rate etc.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/194838-carlos-alberto-claims-manchester-united-are-raping-brazilian-football?just_published=1

    Thanks as always,

    Keith

  • Jack thetraveller posted 1982 days ago

    Jack thetraveller

    Hey Duncan,
    Just wanted to say after checking out your profile that i too was born in London, Bow to be precise.

    Just dont like the diving and antics. it ruins the game for me.

    Thanks for the comments mate

  • Jesper Olsen posted 2004 days ago

    Jesper Olsen

    I'm flattered are you talking about the fulbito one?

    No I've never heard of it. I take it it's one you'd recommend.

  • Mary O'Shea posted 2005 days ago

    Mary O'Shea

    That's a terrible pity - hopefully you will fall back in love with it although the ways its going doesn't seem nice.

    Paolo Maldini is my all time favourite - a legend among mercenaries.

  • Mary O'Shea posted 2005 days ago

    Mary O'Shea

    Brady was on Irish television for years (only left when he took up the Irish job with Trapattoni) and he is known for having his ways and grumpy if anyone disagrees. As an Arsenal players at times he could be a bit embarrassing but at other times it was great cos he sticks up for the club and manager no matter what. It makes a change from the likes of Ian Wright who slag off the club and management.

    Agh yes Rix and his arrest ha ha well Merson, Adams and others have had their troubles too. I think now footballers can deal with the pressure more as they are looked after better, they certainly are at Arsenal.

    There has been a long list of sublime players at Arsenal, Bergkamp would be my favourite but not too far behind are Henry, Pires, Overmars, Ljungberg, Fabregas, Rosicky and now Arshavin.

    Will you be shouting for Arsenal tonight?

  • Mary O'Shea posted 2005 days ago

    Mary O'Shea

    Hi Duncan,

    I'm 23 so never saw Brady play apart from videos and clips and he looked awesome. He is the one player I would love to turn back time and see play. I was at an Arsenal game recently and was talking to an old time Gunner and he told me Brady was the second best player to ever have worn an Arsenal shirt, the best was Bergkamp.

    What way was he cynical? He is known for been very grumpy and somewhat of a short fuse. He is also blinded by his devotion to Arsenal and Wenger, I have seen that in interviews with him.

    Interesting about Rix, can't say I know too much about him to be honest apart from what he was like as a player. I suppose everyone has a nasty side to a degree. Even the wonderful Bergkamp wasn't adverse to breaking the odd few rules :)

    Cheers,
    Mary

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