More to come!

16 02 2011

Sorry for the relative lack of recent activity, I have just relocated back from Canada to Brighton, England, which means that the blog is on the back burner for now.

Over the next few weeks/months, look out for some exciting player interviews, in-depth articles and features on many aspects of the world game.





Vancouver Whitecaps: Welcome to Major League Soccer

3 02 2011

2011 will mark the debut of the 17th club in the MLS, and the second Canadian team to play in the American top-flight. Vancouver Whitecaps enter this season with optimism, excitement and rumours of Robbie Savage.

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Blog Completed

2 02 2011

My blog is now near fully functional, a few potential blips aside.

I have also set-up a Twitter, a Facebook fan page and a YouTube channel, which currently consists of each of the articles currently on the blog. Eventually, i’m hoping to put some videos of my own on there. You can find links to all of these pages on the right column.

I still need to edit the about pages and links along the top also.

Expect to see a few more articles in the coming weeks, though they may filter through slowly due to the process of moving back to the UK. More player articles are also planned.

Thanks for reading,

Wes.





FA Cup 5th Round Draw

30 01 2011

Brighton will travel to Stoke City in the 5th round of the FA Cup. They defeated Wolves 1-0 in the last round, while the Seagulls won by the same scoreline against Watford.

Judging by fans responses, most are unhappy with the draw, but I for one feel its a game against Premier League opposition that is winnable. We certainly have more chance than poor Crawley, who drew Manchester United away. But you just never know in the FA Cup…





Guy Butters Interview

28 01 2011

After playing for Tottenham, Portsmouth and the England Under-21s, Guy Butters had a successful six season spell with Brighton. The centre-back notched up 187 appearances with the Seagulls, and his accomplishments include winning the 2003-2004 Division play-off final. I talked to him about the past, the present, and the future, both of the club and for him personally.

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The Greatest, Part 1: Hungary

26 01 2011


Hungary were cheated out of the 1954 World Cup final. That is the the view of many, and, whether true or not, it certainly is a testament to the ability and strength of the central European nation at the time.

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