Dennis Gedling goes all Spicks and Specks with this revisiting of the great and gross of World Cup music.
Top 100 World Cup Moments (From the Aussie P.O.V.): 98 – Lothar ‘The Panzer’ Matthaus Breaks The World Cup Appearance Record (1998)
In the third of his series Dennie Gedling tells the story of the iron fist of The Panzer Matthaus and his record at the World Cup.
Dennis Gedling tells the tale of Roberto Baggio’s banishment and redemption as an Italian football hero.
In this World Cup year, Dennis Gelding begins his series of 100 World Cup moments from an Australian perspective. He starts with Rivaldo. [Great idea DG. Looking forward to the countdown - Ed]
The Heart has had a miracle turnaround. Some would argue that if Aloisi had the three key players at his disposal that van’t Schip has, he would have managed the same. But Tom Riordan believes that van’t Schip is on another level altogether.
Barnsley has a lot of work to do to ward off relegation from the Championship. Rod Oaten will be doing all he can from his desk in Fitzroy.
Crio reviews the last week’s crowded sporting landscape, and in the words of many racecallers in a blanket finish “you don’t know where to look”. Let us know what hidden gems you enjoyed.
The injustice; the injustice. John Green gathers loved ones around him as they watch opportunities wasted in the fifth round FA Cup tie between Preston North End and Nottingham Forest.
Spurs fan Steve Fahey enjoys (appreciates?) the performance of opponent Man City and contemplates the lot of the mega-cashed-up club.
Dennis Gedling journeys to Parramatta with fellow Perth Glory supporters to take in the spectacle and the fanaticism of Western Sydney Wanderers.
In the final leg of his tour John Green goes to Bradford, no longer the city it once was, but rebuilding (like its football side). [Thanks John, for these terrific articles. It's been tremendous following you on your tour. Much appreciated. Ed]
All the (writing) momentum is with John Green as he continues to follow Preston North End. Another terrific tale as he makes his way to Nottingham and taps into the Lilywhites’ mythology thanks to Mickey in the seat alongside and his brothers behind. [Top stuff - Ed]
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John Green sees Preston North End at home to Coventry. The conversation about the junior system is intriguing. The game finishes in controversy.
John Green’s trip gets better and better as he takes in a classic against the tractor boys of Ipswich Town.
John Green gets the supporters’ bus from Preston to Wolverhampton to see an away fixture. [Contains references to Slade and Johnny Farnham - Ed]
The third episode in John Green’s brilliant Preston North End odyssey. It features an interview with Bailey Wright, an impressive young man from Langwarrin making his way in English professional football.
John Green sets out for the FA Cup tie at Ipswich, winds up at a Blackpool game, and then has a stroke of fortune. More from John Green on tour with Preston North End FC.
John Green has gone to England to see the team he fell in love with 30 years ago: Preston North End. This is the story of Preston – with its many interesting historical features – and of their match against Port Vale. [This is the first of a series of reports as John makes his way about the place - Ed]