Defiant Post-Match Interview From Stuart McCall Highlights Bradford City’s Lack of Quality

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Bradford City’s defeat against Lincoln City highlighted the obvious deficiencies in the squad. However, Stuart McCall is keen on defying critics. The Bantams boss cut a frustrated figure in the post-match interview. Not one to blow up with aggression, McCall gave constructive criticism toward his players. However, the team’s performance highlights the need for quality […] READ MORE


Marcus Rashford Unites UK Food Giants to Help Fight Child Poverty

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Marcus Rashford is uniting large food brands together in a fight against child poverty. The Manchester United star is the catalyst that has sparked a movement within the food industry. Rashford is championing this move to reduce the amount of child poverty in the UK, with his passion for the cause stemming from his childhood […] READ MORE


Eddie Howe Leaves AFC Bournemouth

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AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has stepped down from his position after the Cherries suffered relegation from the Premier League, ending a five-year stay in the top flight. The 42-year-old spent 25 years with the south coast club as both a player and manager. AFC Bournemouth Manager Eddie Howe Leaves the Club by Mutual Consent […] READ MORE


Bournemouth Consider Compensation Claim Against Hawk-Eye

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Bournemouth’s board of directors will meet to discuss the possibility of making a compensation claim against Hawk-Eye. The claim will be in response to the mistake made by Hawk-Eye during the game between Sheffield United and Aston Villa. The mistake has played a direct role in Aston Villa’s Premier League survival which confined Bournemouth to […] READ MORE


Bradford City Sign Elliot Watt From Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Young midfielder Elliot Watt has joined Bradford City on a two-year-long deal after running down his contract at Wolverhampton Wanderers. Watt is leaving Wolves after joining at the age of 16 from Blackburn Rovers. He rose through the ranks at Molineux to make his first-team debut last in 2018. The former Wolves player has already […] READ MORE


The Pros and Cons of Sporting Salary Caps

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The EFL is devising a salary cap plan to create a sustainable environment for League One and Two teams in the post-COVID-19 era. EFL chairman Rick Parry told MPs the game needed a “reset” post-COVID in order to control finances during a difficult period. The salary cap is being welcomed by some clubs; however, other clubs feel […] READ MORE


Bayern Munich Transfer Policy Scrutinised by Hoffenheim Director

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Frank Briel, Hoffenheim’s director, believes Bayern Munich’s transfer policy specifically targets rivals’ academies. Briel claims that Bayern Munich have implemented an aggressive transfer policy in order to sift through their peers’ academies to unroot hidden gems. The Hoffenheim chief revealed this at the announcement of the club’s annual financial figures, stating: “It is worth discussing, […] READ MORE


North Korea: The 1966 World Cup

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North Korea took part in their first-ever World Cup in 1966 and, despite all the odds, the team won over fans and created memories to last a lifetime. North Korea at the 1966 World Cup The Biggest Yet In 1966, England were the hosts of the eighth World Cup with a record of 70 nations […] READ MORE


Viktor Maslov: The Pioneer of 4-4-2

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Viktor Maslov is the creator of the 4-4-2 lineup and as a result, is one of the most influential managers ever. He developed a 4-4-2 formation that caused a seismic shift in the way coaches set their teams up. The revolutionary Maslov is one of the all-time great managers as his impact on the beautiful […] READ MORE


John Charles: The Greatest Ever Welsh Footballer

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William John Charles is the best Welsh footballer in history, possessing the unusual talent of being just as good in defence as he was in attack. Commonly known as John Charles, the Welshman is one of the most gifted footballers to grace the field. Born in Swansea in 1931 Charles found himself playing for Swansea […] READ MORE