Category: Natter Posts

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Standard Liege fans make it rain toilet paper before match

Standard Liege fans have discovered a rather novel way of using toilet paper for entertainment purposes. It involved a hell of a lot of cleaning up afterwards, but it looks fairly impressive and is a cheaper and most de

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End of season predictions

As it’s nearing what’s known as ‘the business end’ of the season I thought I’d take a look at the run in across Europe, both in the leagues and the major knockout tournaments and see who’s in with a realistic

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29-year-old postman writes to AFC Wimbledon hinting they should sign him

A 29-year-old postman has written to League Two side AFC Wimbledon practically suggesting they should sign him. His email can’t be seen in full as the club only Tweeted the opening paragraph, but judging by the tone of it

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Owner Dave Whelan lends a hand in Wigan’s official FA Cup semi-final song

Wigan owner Dave Whelan is quite a character. He’s certainly made an impression over the years, rightly or wrongly. This time round, the 77-year-old has decided to try his hand at playing the bass and the harmonica (it should

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Why I can’t stand Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho. The Special One. That Portuguese bloke who’s got an excellent track record but has ruffled a few feathers along the way. Before I divulge, I must stress I firmly believe him to be a superb manager who’s definitely

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Hilarious own-goal from the Bundesliga

Own-goals are either utterly hilarious, completely unfortunate or just plain stupid from the guilty party. This latest one from Germany’s Bundesliga is both unfortunate and hilarious. It’s a unique but beautiful blend for the viewer. So

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It would be great for English football if Liverpool won the title

With the Premier League title race nearing its climax it’s virtually impossible to call it with Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and now outsiders Arsenal, all in with a shout of winning it. There seems to be a general consensus

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More than just a game – Team Liberia

Months before the World Cup kicks off in Brazil this summer, Rio will be hosting a tournament of somewhat different dimensions: the Street Child World Cup. It starts on March 28th and, as recently as six months ago, many of

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Blimey: San Lorenzo players and staff attack referee

Whether it’s the team you support or a Sunday league side with mates, we’ve all been on the receiving end of some diabolical refereeing decisions. The poor sod in black tends to get it wrong a fair bit, but players

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Potters fans left trailing in the football knowledge league

Stoke City are a club with a rich and varied history with many highs and lows. Right now, the Potters are enjoying a good spell in the Premier League, with their time in the third tier around 15 years ago

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Nick Powell could solve some of United’s problems

We’ve all seen the diabolical, now former force that is, Manchester United this season. Their decline has been so fast that the vast majority of the footballing world is still struggling to get to grips with it. This is Manchester

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Hopefully QPR’s owners don’t care about the club

If you ask QPR fans for their opinion of Flavio Briatore and his tenure as owner of our club I think that it is safe to say the response would be full of, at least, a few expletives. During his

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York’s Ryan Bowman is at it again with this horrific miss

York City’s Ryan Bowman has had a terrible march. In fact, he’s the only one at York City who has after The Minstermen’s superb run of late has seen them move into the play-off places in League Two, something they

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Why Roy Hodgson should take a young England to Brazil

Football is all about opinions. Passionate fans gathering around boasting and waxing-lyrical about their teams, players and managers. Refereeing decisions are scrutinised, pundits on your television criticised and supporters mocked.

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The remarkable story of Matthias Sindelar

Every manager is judged by his ability to create a successful team. This can result in an extraordinary story for the collective and yet it is the life of the individual that means more to us. The Austrian Wunderteam from