Colombia 1 – 1 England AET (England win 4-3 on pens) It might actually be coming home

A couple of days have passed since we made it to a World Cup Quarter Final for the first time since Italia 1990. Like all English fans, I’m lively with excitement. Tuesday’s tense affair with Colombia at the Otkritie Arena in Moscow was fiery and far from a bastion of sportsmanship. It was tense, dirty and filled with all of the dark arts that have been cultivated by competitors over the years.   Continue reading “Colombia 1 – 1 England AET (England win 4-3 on pens) It might actually be coming home”

Stephan Lichtsteiner – Why he needs to be more to Emery than Remi Garde was to Wenger

Stephan Lichtsteiner became the first official signing of the Unai Emery era after completing his free transfer from Juventus. As with Remi Garde in 1996, this is a practical signing that is often made at the start of a managerial tenure, and one that we all hope will strengthen our squad and help rebuild our ever-diminishing winning DNA.

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