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From the stands: Phoenix send Sydney packing

October 7, 2012 Leave a comment

Ruben, our latest addition to the WPW crew, isn’t shy of an opinion. He sat down and gave us his thoughts on the Phoenix’s first up win over Sydney FC. Yes, we realise he wasn’t actually in the stands for this one… but you get the idea.

So I didn’t make it to the Phoenix game last night, but I did watch it on the telly screen. Read more…

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A sign of things to come

Don’t fear Manchester United fans – despite the 1-0 loss to Everton, there were still plenty of promising signs in the first match of the season. Read more…

Euro 2012 Preview – Group D

Quietly confident… Steven Gerrard looking smug ahead of Euro 2012. (Photo: PA)

Here we are. The fourth and final group to preview, and it’s an interesting one. Read more…

Euro 2012 Preview – Group C

Spain will be hoping baked goods aren’t the only thing they’re presented with this Summer… Fernando Llorente accepts bread on behalf of his team. (Photo: Getty Images)

Part III of my Euro 2012 preview is here, and it just keeps getting better, with another quality group to put under the microscope. Details of our Fantasy league also inside. Read more…

Euro 2012 Preview – Group B

Tough times ahead for Ronaldo and Portugal… (Photo: AP Images)

Part II of my Euro 2012 preview is here. If you thought Group A was hard to predict, try this one. Details of our Fantasy league also inside. Read more…

Euro 2012 Preview – Group A

Kadlec finds his inner Hannibal ahead of Euro 2012. (Photo: ESPN)

Welcome to the first of my four-part preview on Euro 2012. I’m not expecting this to be the most in-depth preview around, but instead, I’ve tried to have a bit of fun with it, and also give out a few fantasy tips for those who are going to be joining in on the Dream Team fun throughout the tournament. More details inside on our league which you can join. Let’s get into it. Read more…

Premier League 2011/12 Season Review: Blue Moon Rising

“Never again this way, please” – Vincent Kompany lifts the Premier League trophy but preferably wants his side to get the job done a whole lot earlier next time. Photo: AFP

“Football is incredible. But in the end I think we deserved to win this game. We deserved to win this title.” – Roberto Mancini

Wow. What a finish to the season. For the neutral, it would have been amazing to see these unbelievable set of circumstances unfold. For Man City fans – well they’d be beside themselves. But as a Man Utd supporter, although it was great drama, it is of course a disappointing ending to a crazy season – watching the club’s 20th title disappear in a matter of minutes is never easy. Read more…

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