Posts Tagged ‘david beckham’
May 17, 2013 by Sean Charles
Beckham is a player that is often said to be overrated, a product of the hype machine etc. For me, Beckham was one of the most gifted players of his generation and he can lay claim to having arguably the best right foot to ever play the game. He ends his career leaving us with many spectacular moments, but this single pass for Ronaldo illustrates beautifully Beckham’s ability to produce the near impossible:
April 24, 2013 by Sean Charles
Manchester United cantered to their 20th league title on Monday night, ending the foregone conclusion the title race had become towards the final third of the season. The emphatic gap between United and City stands as a testament to the frightening consistency Ferguson’s side displayed this season. This in itself is an ode to the seemingly unending ability Sir Alex has of breeding winning teams time and time again. When you compare the two squads of the Manchester teams, there is no obvious difference in quality between the two. The difference lies only in the managers.
April 21, 2012 by Jenni Hutchinson
First of all, I would like to thank the wonderful admins of Kickette for sharing the link to the survey that was used to create this article on their Twitter page, which quadrupled the number of responses.
96 different women (and one male Facebook friend, being silly) answered seven questions about the men and boys they liked when they were teenagers, those they like now, and their favourite footballers. There are many things I wanted to get a handle on by running this survey. I wanted to do it about football because I like football. You could do it with anything. Perhaps a parallel survey could tell us about how those of us who like footballers differ from those who like boy-bands, although, reading the aforementioned Kickette and puzzling over why anyone would drool over Gareth Bale or Joe Hart, I suspect the results would be similar. Without further ado, here’s what we found.