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James Meredith, the Socceroos and the step-up to international football

October 1, 2015

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NB: Image courtesy of Thomas Gadd (www.thomasgadd.co.uk) Australia manager, Ange Postecoglou recently announced his 23-man squad for the Socceroo’s upcoming World Cup qualifier against Jordan in October.  There were a number of welcomed returns including the Asia Cup-winning trio of James Troisi, Tomi Juric and Trent Sainsbury but with one ‘surprise’ inclusion in the form […]

Breaking up is hard to do: Disbanding the history boys

August 8, 2014

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Bradford City FC captured the hearts of the football world back in 2013. The Bantams embarked upon one of the greatest cup run’s ever seen in the history of English football.  It was a run that lead them above and beyond the behemoths of the Premier League, past League Two minnows and right to the […]

Lewis Emanuel: Talent, torment and armed robbery

April 10, 2014

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This article originally appeared on In Bed With Maradona. There is a preconception in modern football that simply by being a professional player you earn vast amounts of money, the level of which the average person on the street can only dream of.  For those footballers privileged enough to play at the very top level […]

Bradford City Dare to dream…

January 9, 2013

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Bradford City once again upset all the odds last night as they pulled off a spectacular 3-1 victory in their League Cup semi final first leg tie against Aston Villa. There was an electric atmosphere around Valley Parade similar to that against Arsenal as the fans sang their hearts out in support of the players.  […]