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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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Chelsea fans praise wig after thumping Arsenal

Yes, you did read that headline correctly, and no, here at Natter Football we aren’t taking copious amounts of drugs and submitting content to the masses. We’re passed those days, although perhaps this hilarious group of

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Did he mean this 30 yard back-heeled overhead kick?

There’s been a shedload of freak, outrageous goals over the years but this one has to take the biscuit from the game between Al-Wihdat and Al-Ramtha. It featured this quite ridiculous and probably unintentional lob over the

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All of Lionel Messi’s 371 goals for Barcelona

The phenomenal Lionel Messi broke Paulino Alcantara’s 369 goals in 357 appearances for Barcelona on Sunday night after scoring a hat-trick which helped Tata Martino’s men to a 7-0 victory over Osasuna, and taking his Barca career

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Moyes must take the blame for United’s struggles

So many times this season we have heard the phrase “it can’t get much worse for United than this”. Well on Sunday afternoon it really was the lowest of the low for the Premier League champions after they were hammered 3-0

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Can an impressive US showing in Brazil cause a stir in the States?

It’s nearing statement time for the United States Men’s National team with their female counterparts outpacing them and setting their respective tournaments alight. The women’s team has won a World Cup, and played in many quarter

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Ignore the hype: the Premier League’s best can’t cut it with the rest

Arsenal are out of the Champions League, as are Manchester City, and Manchester United could easily follow suit, although even if they did, progression to say the semi-finals would shock the footballing world purely because of the fact that

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The best signings in the Premier League this season

Each season plenty of new arrivals join the Premier League and adapt quickly. There’s obviously plenty who don’t and are labelled, understandably, as ‘flops’. In this article, I’ll list a few players in no particular order who’ve stood out and

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Hoffenheim have introduced the new ‘footbonaut’ machine in training

Technology in football has come on leaps and bounds in recent years and there’s new gadgets and machines being introduced all the time, mainly within the higher levels of the game as I’m sure such inventions don’t come cheap.

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Why judging a club based on the amount of supporters they attract is ludicrous

Trends within British football supporter culture are not new. Every season sees new behaviours, attire or attitudes; all influenced by a myriad of social and cultural developments and fashions. One trend that I hope passes in to the annals