Football Caricatures: The many faces of Wazza Wayne Rooney

February 9, 2011

Rooney a united legend and national team star, a great player, naturally gifted but at times he can look a very scary man just look below.

Not confinced? ok he can even make his own knee look like him, have a look here and the crowd shout “rooooneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey”

Ear’s a great player, chin up!

Republic of Ireland 3 – 0 Wales Carling Nations Cup Highlights

February 9, 2011

Damien Duff scored this first goal in over two years and Darron Gibson scored a cracker as the Republic of Ireland got a well deserved victory in the Carling Nations Cup last night.

The clash marked manager Gary Speed’s first game in charge of the welsh and one he will want to forget, as for Trapattoni a very happy man.

The Irish will be in action next on 26 March in their European Championship qualifier against Macedonia but this result will give them the boost they need.

Video: Mitre Name Top Goals of 2010

February 8, 2011

Every football player, fan and manager love to see a moment of genius that graces the game from time to time and as a feature on Saturday morning television show Soccer AM, Mitre compiled a video of some of the best goals of 2010 from the Football League.

There are goals with multiple passes, shots from way too far out that are only too far out for the player to have scored from and moments of class from both teams and individuals and what a great montage they have created.

Video: Ref Fails To Spot Save On The Goal Line

February 8, 2011

Now we are not saying that being a football referee is an easy job to do, infact it could be one of the worst jobs that we think imaginable but with all the abuse the referees get, you can see why this referee could well be set for a stern telling off.

During a match between Droylsden and Blyth Spartans there was a moment of madness which can be clearly seen on this video taken by a spectator at the game, an amazing diving save… Just it was done by a defender who was then allowed to get away with it.

Blyth Spartans are clearly seen throwing pressure on Droylsden and as the ball is headed around the box like a training session routine, the Blyth striker heads the ball goalwards in what seemed to be a well worked goal, only for Liam Brownhill to prevent the ball from crossing the line with a fully outstretched arm and a save that wouldn’t have been out of place in the Premier League.

Brownhill can clearly be seen diving backwards to prevent the goal on the video but it seems that either the referee had been handed a little ‘petty cash’ or he clearly wasn’t watching the game as closely as he should have been, allowing the stunning save to go unpunished.


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