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I'm a huge football fan and enjoy writing about and discussing the greatest sport in the world.
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!
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!
I understand how you feel about using the conjunction "but" in the beginning of the sentence.
Actually, I split the sentence because I thought it would make your point clearer. I also used to be advised against the use of But in the beginning. Although, it comfortably serves a rather direct aproach to make your point.
Anyway, in case you are uncomfortable with it, you can always change it with either of the adverbs: nevertheless, moreover, still, anyhow, on the contrary, and so on. Otherwise, I understand why you avoid using it.
That's about it. Feel free post me a link to your next article about Arsenal. :)
My final connections piece is out - I have solved two big questions within the world of wrestling through mathematics: Why landing in the middle of the ring is the safest place, and whether the draft has limitations.
I hope you will find time to read this, as this article is one I am really proud of…