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Posts Tagged ‘Ireland

Roy Keane is an actual psychopath

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FOOTBALL managers regularly give press conferences and parade the usual array of clich├ęd catchphrases.

Not Ipswich Town boss, Roy Keane, who after launching a tirade against the Irish FA, then directed his anger towards one of the reporters. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Andrew Brook

November 20, 2009 at 4:58 pm

Le Hand of God gifts FIFA a present

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FIFA got its way last night as France and Portgual both progressed through the play-offs and into next year’s World Cup.

Although Russia succumbed to Slovenia, leaving Guus Hiddink questioning if it was really worth leaving Chelsea, seeding the play-offs worked out for FIFA’s bean counters, as the two heavyweights made it through. Read the rest of this entry »

Lions and Murray create sporting dilemma

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TODAY I supported the British and Irish Lions and Andy Murray in their respective matches against South Africa and Viktor Troicki.

Nothing unusual about that as I am British and they are both British competitors. Read the rest of this entry »