Discussion in 'Overseas Football' started by Rowdy, Sep 12, 2016.
Aaron Mooy nominated for Premier League 'Goal of the Month' ;
yours was good with the lead up of a clever 1-2, BUT .....
Bournemouth's Charlie Daniel's WAS the 'worldy' out of that lot.
#pizzagate ...... the truth of who really threw the slice comes to light.
England are U17 World Champions after thrashing Spain 5.2 in the final and beating Brazil 3.1 in the Semis.
Maybe a new Golden Era is on the horizon??
Didn’t the 20’s or something similar just win something as well. The problem is the big clubs buying them and not playing them when they get to say 20
Yes the under 20's did it was the first tournament win for any england team since '66 and in a world 1st they won a shootout.
Interesting listen for anyone interested in FIFA world cup bid process from Benita who was a woman on our world cup bid and was sacked by the consultants who wanted her out
The 2026 FIFA World Cup will be held in North America (USA/Canada/Mexico)
I’m saving the pennies now, was hoping they would win it.
Who knew Ruud Gullit has a clone playing at Bournemouth
WOOHOO...my Mighty Oranje beat the froggies....me very very happy
MVV are still nowhere near the promotion zone, that’s about 15 years...that is all
Thailand beat China 1.0. "Thai Messi" Chanatip scored the winner. I'm sure Nisbit would have been cheering his 5ft 2in hero.
The Oranje walloped Belarus 4-0 cudos to Memphis Depay on his sterling efforts
England smashed Czech Republic 5.0 while Scotland lost 3.0 to Borat's Kazakhstan. That must burn for the Sweaty socks.
For the pommies and just general football lovers if anyone is interested
A podcast by the 30 for 30 guys about englands love of the long ball and how incorrect analytics played a part in Wimbeltons rise from 4th division to 1st division
Maty's manager gone!!
Chris Hughton: Brighton sack manager after 17th-placed finish in Premier League
Brighton have sacked manager Chris Hughton after the Seagulls finished 17th in the Premier League.
They won just three of their last 23 league games and none of their final nine.
Chairman Tony Bloom said that run "put our status at significant risk".
Hughton, who joined Albion in December 2014, led the club to the Premier League for the first time in 2017, and they finished 15th in their first season back in the top flight.
The 60-year-old, who was contracted until 2021, also took the club to the FA Cup semi-final this season, where they lost 1-0 to Manchester City.
Bloom said: "Our run of three wins from 23 Premier League matches put our status at significant risk. It is with that in mind, and the performances during that period, that I now feel it's the right time for a change.
"Undoubtedly, this has been one of the most difficult decisions I have had to make as chairman of Brighton, but ultimately one I have made due to how we struggled in the second half of the season."
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