Match

Glasgow Celtic 2 Inter Milan 1

The Lisbon Lions led by Jock Stein won the European Cup final against Italian champions Inter Milan in 1967. The Scottish champions, Glasgow Celtic came from a goal down to secure a famous victory over the Nerazzurri with goals coming from Tommy Gemmell and Stevie Chalmers.

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Blog

The Highlight Reel: Gianfranco Zola

When Gianfranco Zola arrived in England he had the hopes of a nation resting on his shoulders. The previous – and only – Italian to play in the Premier League was Nottingham Forest’s unfortunate Andrea Silenzi, a lumbering injury-prone centre forward with a first touch like a harpoon and the acceleration of a slug in […]

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Polls

Panini Vs Merlin

Plenty of pocket money and paper round wages we’re exchanged for a few packets of stickers each week at the local newsagents back in the day. Many of us will remember opening each pack with excitement and anticipation hoping for a new shiny to add to the sticker album rather than the swapsies pile ready […]

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Icons

Footballing Icons: RONALDO R9

Legendary Brazilian striker R9 is regarded as one of the best footballers to ever grace the game. The powerful forward had pace in abundance and quick feet that left many a defender in his wake, combined with his clinical and deadly finishing in front of goal he earned himself the nickname ‘O Fenômeno‘ which translates […]

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Gallery

Super Cup Winners

Dennis Wise and Gianfranco Zola pose with the UEFA Super Cup back in 1998 after beating Real Madrid 1-0 thanks to a goal from Gus Poyet.

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Blog

Stateside Spurs

Through my involvement with Arlington Spurs, an official Tottenham supporters club in Northern Virginia, I get to learn the stories of how people came to support Spurs. Some were indoctrinated before they realized they had a choice in the matter by English (or anglophile) relatives, some randomly chose Spurs as their team during late-night games […]

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Gallery

Pride of Merseyside

Just weeks after the dreadful scenes at the Hillsborough Stadium disaster, Liverpool would face Merseyside neighbours Everton in the 1989 FA Cup final. The game finished 3-2 to the Reds after extra time with a brace from Ian Rush and one from John Aldridge. Stuart McCall bagged both goals for the Toffees. SHOP the official […]

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Player Q&A

90 seconds with Paul ‘Davo’ Davis

Talented midfield man Paul Davis spent almost all of his career at Arsenal FC where he amassed a staggering 447 appearances and bagged 37 goals in his 15 years at Highbury. During that time the England B international played a major role in The Gunners success in the late 80’s and early 90’s, helping them […]

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Quiz

Quiz: Name the player?

On this quiz you need to name the 30 fresh faced youngsters who have gone on to have successful football careers. You have 10 minutes to guess them all! Click here to PLAY!

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Blog

The Highlight Reel: Francesco Totti

Rome has borne witness to the treacherous knife of Caesar’s beloved Brutus, the vengeful sword of Russell Crowe’s Maximus Decimus Meridius. But few weapons have done more damage than the feet of Francesco Totti. For 25 years – a career spanning some 600 games and 250 goals – L’Ottavo Re di Roma (The Eighth King […]

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