Posts tagged: soccer
A post for my fellow Villans, or those who just want to hear my voice.
This week Chris and I reflect over the wins over Sunderland and Norwich and look forward to the upcoming fixture against Chelsea.
A match report on last night’s Group A World Cup Qualifier in Glasgow.
Covering Aston Villa’s defeat to Arsenal and the upcoming fixture against Manchester City.
With no game this week Chris and I keep ourselves busy by previewing the upcoming game against Arsenal and answer listener’s questions.
This week, on the back of another set of disappointing results, Chris and I ask the question: is it time for Randy Lerner to step aside?
Warning: Some parts may be slightly vitriolic, but measured nonetheless.
Remember when Wales made an almighty effort to qualify for USA ‘94?
No? Well here’s your chance to astound your friends with your all encompassing knowledge of the qualifying campaign that almost saw the squad make a return to the world stage for the first time in 36 years.
It’s a story with everything you could want. Romance, tragedy, action and of course, a team of sweaty men in shorts. All the great names are there; Rush, Saunders, Giggs, Speed and Southall.
What are you doing still reading this? Click on the damn link already!
If any of you are Welsh football fans (admittedly, there may not be many) a new website has launched today just for you.
We’re also on Twitter @westgatestreet
Check in, give us a follow, pass it around to any Taffs you might know.
This my final plug for an article I wrote about the bizarre period in Benfica’s history when 8 Brits took over and ran amok.
Please take a look, I hate to promote things this way, but I’m only doing so because a lot of work went into it and I’m damn proud of it.
The second link tonight is for a piece I wrote about Benfica during the latter part of the ’90s.
One of the most prestigious clubs in the world were overrun by a crooked owner, a manager out of his depth, and seven very fortunate, if uninspiring British footballers.