Tag: Uruguay

Have a Little Patience

Professional football is a very fickle business if you’re a manager. One minute fans, players and chairmen alike see you as a God-like figure; the next, you’re a villain who should be banished from the world as quickly as possible. Nowadays, it seems as…

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…

‘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…

Sing it Louder, Sing it Clearer…

Watching the San Marino football team clutching their chests with ‘pride’ (I hate that action, it doesn’t mean anything) but not singing during their national anthem before their game against England on Friday made me think – do they actually know the words? Having…