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John Fuller: Football

Same old Suarez, always eating

Luis Suarez’s abhorrent actions must see him removed from the Player of the Year shortlist.

Regardless of whether he has performed well this season, every footballer is expected to conducted themselves in a certain manner on and off the pitch.

Suarez crossed the line when he decided to bite Branislav Ivanovic during Liverpool’... [more] (1 comment)

By John Fuller
Published: April 22, 2013

Falcao is perfect replacement for stagnant Rooney

Radamel Falcao’s name is being persistently being linked with Europe’s premier clubs, and it’s easy to see why.

The 27-year-old Colombian is one of football’s hottest properties, and has been for some time, without the recognition he deserves.

Talk of a summer switch to Old Trafford, among others, refuses to go away.... [more]

By John Fuller
Published: April 19, 2013

What took so long, Arsene?

Arsene Wenger declared that he plans to use Jack Wilshere as inspiration to build a talented, young squad of British talents.

And while I admire the Arsenal boss for wanting to help develop our British talent, it’s only 16 years too late.

Wenger has persistently opted for mediocre foreign imports ahead of British youth (no... [more] (2 comments)

By John Fuller
Published: November 30, 2012

My deadline day winners and losers

With Premier League clubs spending more than £480 million this summer, transfer deadline day was always going to be interesting.

Robin van Persie had already made his big-money move from Arsenal to Manchester Utd by the time silly season was in full flow.

Rumours were rife with literally every midfielder that has ever lived being... [more]

By John Fuller
Published: September 10, 2012

My Euro 2012 dream team

Despite playing with no recognised striker, Andres Iniesta and co proved why Spain are the very best team to ever grace a football field.

The tiki taka football these incredible individuals displayed so effortlessly is a joy to behold.

Smashing records as they waltzed to a third successive major honour, Spain’s 4-0 win over... [more]

By John Fuller
Published: July 6, 2012

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