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Grant Holt

Get Grant Holt on the plane to Euro 2012

You will have almost certainly seen this cracking video from jdsfootballsongs about Grant Holt, but if you haven’t…

Harry Redknapp

Since when has Harry Redknapp been the “people’s choice”?

Apparently we all want ‘Arry to be new England manager. That’s news to me…

Fabio Capello and John Terry

Dumping Terry the right move but Capello should have been consulted

Stripping John Terry of the England captaincy was a no-brainer for most people, and I’m one of them.

Should Greeno be England number one?

Former Canary goalkeeper Robert Green will apparently start against Kazakhstan thanks to David James’ injury, but The Guardian has a poll up asking whether people believe Greeno should be England’s number one goalkeeper anyway. You can vote here – you know what to do…

Rooney’s International Football Preview

by Thomas Rooney Most people didn’t even realise that there were international matches this week. Admittedly, I was one of them until the back end of last week! So, even though the results of Wednesday’s games mean precisely nothing in terms of World Cup Qualification, they do present an excellent opportunity to carry out some […]

Rooney’s Champions League Football Preview

by Thomas Rooney If only to avoid talking about Norwich’s last two results, I have decided to focus my football betting on the Champions League this week. It is a competition that is really getting going and as ever, the British based teams will be in action over Tuesday and Wednesday night. I’ll be previewing […]

Champions League football preview

by Thomas Rooney There isn’t much rest for the Premier League’s top players. The majority of Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea’s players were involved in international fixtures last week and after returning to Premier League action at the weekend – it is now time for some Champions League football. In terms of football betting, […]

International Football Preview

International Football Preview: England, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland expected to perform, but Wales could struggle by Thomas Rooney¬† It’s all about international football again this Wednesday, with four of the home nations in World Cup qualification action. Some people’s enthusiasm for international football may have dwindled somewhat over the last couple of years, […]

International Football Weekend Preview

by Thomas Rooney Love it or hate it, international football is back. The qualification process for the 2010 World Cup begins tomorrow and all of the home nations are in action as they look to start in the best way possible – three points. Like a lot of people, I have fallen out of love […]

Norwich fan in San Jose (part two)

And he even got his shirt after the game… [youtube=http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=aAFY0WppxG4]

How long has Steve McClaren been Dutch?

Words escape me… [youtube=http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=i3ZfiIACbM0]

Norwich fan in San Jose

Good work… [youtube=http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=15xlpBjpUP0]

Huckerby on KRON

Huckerby on KRON in San Jose. “The World According to Gary” – which I should imagine is a very strange place… [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-B6ucoSoIy4]

The drunk referee

Graham Poll might have dished out three yellow cards to the same player but at least he didn’t try to officiate a game drunk, like Sergei Shmolik is alleged to have done in Belarus. Apparently at first they thought he had a bad back, until they realised he had high levels of alcohol in his […]

Huckerby signs for American side San Jose

by Thomas Rooney First of all, let me get something straight. I am aware that the biggest story surrounding Norwich City this morning isn’t where Darren Huckerby’s future lies. The deal with Peter Cullum has apparently collapsed and there is set to be a backlash from fans who believe the board have turned down a […]