Tag: Chelsea FC

Vampire of Brazil

With so much sport going on at the moment, I have been struggling to decide over the last few days as to what I should write in this post. Of course, the football World Cup has been dominant in the British media but there… Continue Reading “Vampire of Brazil”

Time to choose

With less than two weeks until Roy Hodgson names his squad and only seven until the opening of the 2014 World Cup, speculation as to who is going to Rio is rife among the British media. Actually, it’s been a hot topic of discussion… Continue Reading “Time to choose”

No longer just a game

What could you buy for £90? Having done some research on the internet, the following are all currently selling at that price: ‘Cosatto Noodle Supa’ highchair ‘Peltor Sport’ ear defenders for clay pigeon shooting ‘SIP’ saw dust collector ‘Playmobil’ grand mansion dollhouse ‘Lavenham Raydon’… Continue Reading “No longer just a game”

2013 – my review of a wonderful year of sport

Whilst 2012 was dominated by the Olympic Games, British sport didn’t enjoy much success outside of those few weeks of madness in late summer and early autumn. 2013, however, provided us with many more reasons to celebrate. The year included long-awaited victories, new records,… Continue Reading “2013 – my review of a wonderful year of sport”

It’s a Fine, Fine Line

Last night, Frank Lampard achieved the huge milestone of playing for his country for the 100th time. At the age of 35, the midfielder has also found himself back in the Chelsea first-team after what many people thought would be his last season in… Continue Reading “It’s a Fine, Fine Line”

‘Calm down dear, it’s only a game!’

As regular followers or close friends will know, I have a fascination with the psychology that is involved in sport. I have touched on it a few times throughout my blogs but my first real article dedicated to it was ‘The Greatest Battle,’ which… Continue Reading “‘Calm down dear, it’s only a game!’”