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This handy guide describes the venues that Rangers FC (and their travelling support) will be descending upon over the course of the coming season in Scotland’s fourth (and final) tier of professional soccer.  Note that capacities are typically smaller than said travelling support, and average attendances last season ranged from 628 (Elgin City) down to […]

A Brief Appreciation

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On March 29, 2012

Watching last night’s Barcelona-Inter Milan draw reminded me, that for many people on this planet, the most frightening sight in the world is a 5’4″ Argentinian–born the year after

1-6

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On October 23, 2011

Manchester United 1 – 6 Manchester City. In the past, I would have absolutely delighted in this result.  However, the cynic in me observes yet more evidence that in order to challenge for the t

Bradley Sacked

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In Dave Brockington
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On July 28, 2011
Bob Bradley has been sacked as head coach of the USMNT, allegedly because of the performance of the side during the CONCACAF (could somebody please rename the regional association?) Gold Cup.  This has been long in coming, and Bradley has had his share of detractors since replacing Bruce Arena following Germany 2006.  Of course he […]
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