Posts Tagged ‘John Terry’
AFTER all the hype the World Cup has finally begun, but France v Uruguay, the first match most people will have watched, was very, very dull.
Yet I, and presumably most other people, persisted with the game between two teams we do not really care about.
And this is the essence of the World Cup. Read the rest of this entry »
ENGLAND’S World Twenty20 win has raised questions about the position of test captain Andrew Strauss.
Will he have lost the dressing room? Will they still feel like “his team”? Will the world champions respect his leadership?
However asking those questions shows a lack of understanding of modern cricket or, simply, a failure to read a teamsheet. Read the rest of this entry »
THIS weekend it was revealed that a footballer had an extramarital affair with a lingerie model.
This is as big a news story as Roger Federer finally ending Switzerland’s six-month long wait for a Grand Slam tennis title.
But the main outrage of John Terry’s tabloid chastising is not that he did the dirty on his wife, but that he did the dirty on his mate. Read the rest of this entry »
FABIO CAPELLO made a classic schoolboy error during Sunday’s Manchester derby.
But when Capello left five minutes before the end, not only did he miss Craig Bellamy’s dramatic equaliser and Michael Owen’s even more dramatic winner, he also triggered a chain of events which has left one of his predecessors with a problem. Read the rest of this entry »