Posts Tagged ‘Mick McCarthy’
ON DAY five of the World Cup the tournament finally produced a game that managed to be both evenly matched and satisfactorily entertaining.
Three goals! Three actual goals! From different sides!
All three goals (assuming you believe Maicon, who has previous, meant it) were in fact just like watching Brazil.
A grown man cried at his national anthem, as though his life depended on it. Which it might have done.
Dunga wore a funny coat, which was possibly meant for a lady, but made him look like a camp tugboat driver.
What more could a football supporter want?
But the thirteen games prior to Brazil v North Korea were mainly drivel and emblematic of a worrying trend in world football. Read the rest of this entry »
ON SUNDAY I had my first viewing of the future of cricket.
Maybe it is because it is on ITV4 this year or maybe it is because it is has received more media attention from the non-cricketing press this year, but either way I am following the IPL for the first time.
Except the IPL is not the future of cricket. Read the rest of this entry »
I HAVE long been an advocate of football manager’s wearing suits.
Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Carlo Ancelotti and Rafa Benitez are all week-in week-out suit wearers and for me this is reason enough for all managers to follow suit.
But as the truth emerged from the Tony Pulis/James Beattie dressing room scuffle, Pulis showed once and for all why suits are the only outfit for any serious manager. Read the rest of this entry »