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Malcolm Allison And The Revolution Of English Football

Malcolm Allison revolutionised football in the way he approached new training methods, not only in his playing days but also as a manager, Conor Heffernan takes a look back at the changes Allison made to the game. Playboy, character or revolutionary? Rarely are such terms used to describe the same person but that is what made Malcolm Alexander Allison such an …

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Footballing Clichés XI

Pat Fenlon

Here Tom O’Connor presents a “footballing cliches XI” along with a list of possible candidates for each position. Brian Kerr and his “dead-eye dick finish” comment regarding Brian Gartland’s composed finish in the recent Dundalk vs Cork City title-deciding game sparked off an idea in my head. This writer had never heard that comment before but how many clichés do we hear …

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World Cup Heroes: Bobby Moore

This week’s World Cup Hero needs no introduction to English fans. We give you, Sir Bobby Moore. Bobby Moore was born in Essex, England in 1941 and spent his early days playing football for the local schools in his area.  Moore had dreams of becoming a professional footballer but was dismissed as being was too fat, he was known as “Tubby” Moore …

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