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England power past San Marino Written By: Robert Halter From the sky of the Wembley dome entered a member of the Royal Marines with the match ball prior to kick off for the Group H World Cup qualifier between England and San Marino on a Friday night during October. In the second minute, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain […]


England tie with Ukraine Written By: Robert Halter Roy Hodgson took charge of his first competitive game at Wembley Stadium as England manager, when the Three Lions welcomed Euro 2012 hosts Ukraine for a Group H World Cup qualification fixture for the 2014 finals in Brazil. A swerving shot by Oleg Gusiev took a wicked […]


Swans on song against the Bantams Written By: Robert Halter Under a new sponsor, the 2013 Capital One Cup Final on February 24, saw Swansea City bidding for their first major trophy in the club’s one hundred year history against a team from the fourth tier of English football, as Bradford City contested the showpiece […]


Red Devils scare Blues on Halloween Written By: Robert Halter Halloween night produced the glamour tie for the fourth round of the Capital One Cup as Chelsea were matched against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge as squad members from the Blues and Red Devils got their chance to shine under the floodlights. A mistake from […]


Latics overturn Citizens in Cup Shock Written By: Robert Halter The romance of the F.A. Cup saw underdogs Wigan Athletic contest their first final in the club’s eighty one year history against a Manchester City side that had appeared in the showpiece event on nine occasions as the Citizens had already won the cup two […]


Toffees come unstuck at the Blues Written By: Robert Halter It was a game of farewells at Stamford Bridge for the final game of the season as Rafael Benitez ended his spell as interim manager at Chelsea, after guiding the Blues to success with a 2-1 victory over Benfica in the Europa League final while […]


Europe bound Arsenal sink Wigan Written By: Robert Halter The stakes were high for both Arsenal and Wigan Athletic ahead of their Premier League clash in mid May under the floodlights at the Emirates Stadium with the Gunners unbeaten in eight games and two wins away from Champions League qualification while defeat for the Latics […]


Spurs battle back at the Blues Written By: Robert Halter The chase for Champions League places were on the line as Chelsea looked to build on their 1-0 away win at Manchester United and maintain their three points advantage over Tottenham Hotspur in the night time showdown during May in London’s SW6 as Spurs manager […]


Gunners pegged back by Title Winners Written By: Robert Halter After eight seasons at Arsenal, Robin Van Persie returned to the Emirates Stadium as a Barclays Premier League champion with Manchester United and topped the goal scoring charts having found the net twenty four times ahead of the Red Devils fixture at the Gunners end […]


Hammers hold the Champions Written By: Robert Halter Runaway Premiership leaders Manchester United were closing in on their thirteenth Premier League title and twentieth Championship in the top flight while West Ham United were aiming for a mid table finish to the season giving both teams different priorities as the Hammers faced the Red Devils […]