28 May 2016

Rollercoaster Cliche Perfectly Epitomises Emotion Ridden Season

A football club’s season is full of many highs and lows. A couple of injuries and key players’ loss of form can send a club tumbling down the table, while a new signing or an astute managerial change can turn a predicament around. Supporting a football club is often described

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27 May 2016

The Dundee Highs And Dundee Lows Of 2015/16

Welcome to my final article of the season where I review the highs and lows for the Dee. LOWS Finishing Eighth As much as there was no danger of being dragged into a play off or relegation battle, finishing eighth was a disappointment when you look at the players we have in the team. Most

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27 May 2016

Respectable National League Finish For The Ravens

Our last update on Bromley was at the beginning of April as the Ravens embarked on the final four games of their Vanarama National League season. The day after our last Grass Roots article, the club announced former Gillingham midfielder Neil Smith as their new manager who signed a two

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26 May 2016

Despair Turns To Overwhelming Sense Of Pride

Us Palace fans have been seeking some kind of therapy since the events of Saturday evening and none more so than Simon Connolly who makes his very welcome debut on TEB. The Monday after the Saturday before was as if the Sunday did not happen. The day of rest was spent

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25 May 2016

Review Of A Breathtaking Premier League Season

What an absolutely breath-taking season that was. Not even the most glass half full optimistic Leicester City fan could have predicted what was to come for their club during 2015/16, let alone anyone else. Congratulations to the Foxes on upsetting the apple cart to a level that nobody could seriously

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25 May 2016

Fantasy Season Review

So, here we are. The end of the season. How quick did that go? I am signing off with my fantasy review and I have left out the three relegated teams as they have had enough to deal with. Without further ado, it is time for me to thank you

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24 May 2016

An Alternative FA Cup Final Diary

As the dust settled on an ultimately disappointing outcome at Wembley on Saturday, this is how my day unfolded. 08:00 The sunlight peered through the crack in the blinds and woke me from my slumber. It takes me eight or nine seconds to come to terms with my surroundings, before then

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23 May 2016

We Had The Want, But Not The Win

Late night, Redhill station. I had just got off a train that was filled with stragglers from Wembley still decked in red and blue. Among the other people leaving the train were three guys, an older man in a kilt, and two younger guys with their faces painted. I had

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22 May 2016

FA Cup Final Review: Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United

Match Facts Date – 21st May 2016 Venue – Wembley Stadium Attendance – 88,619 Referee – Mark Clattenburg Bookings – McArthur, Delaney, Dann, Mata, Fellaini, Rooney, Rojo, Smalling Sending off – Smalling Goals – Puncheon (78), Mata (81), Lingard (110) Star Eagle – Wilfried Zaha (7.9) Match Review The FA

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21 May 2016

Now Is The Time For Heroes

It has been a tense and nervous week since the final whistle blew to signal the end of the Premier League campaign. Now is the time to forget the way that the league campaign ended. That has been and gone. Now is the time for heroes. An almost 30,000 strong

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