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Falling In Love For The First Time: Being Seduced By Football In The 1980s

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Launching our 1980s special Scott Derry goes dewy-eyed at the memories of John Chiedozie, Preben Elkjaer-Larsen, and Adidas Tangos.

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Red, White, Dynamite: The Greatest Of Danes

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Calcio Futbol Voetbal, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

To an eight year old Simon Jones the Danish side of '86 looked and sounded like superheroes who fell to earth in spectacular fashion. Yet when glory came in '92 the style had gone and pragmatism had taken its place.

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Alan Harper: Singing The Praises Of The Unsung Hero

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Everton, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

The Football Pink's Mark Godfrey extols the versatile virtue of a man worth his weight in gold.

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Dundee United: The Forgotten Champions

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

The Cutter pays homage to the Terrors of Tannadice, a side that temporarily broke up the Old Firm dominance in the early eighties by scoring for fun.

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The Top 10 Best 1980’s Kits

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Continuing our 1980s week Kevin Henning looks back at a decade of fantastic fabric.

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1982: England’s False Dawn

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

The Cutter looks back at the international post-crisis, pre-hope hinterland that was the early 1980s.

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Rambo Rougvie: The Nutter Who Bashed The Fash

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Noel Draper pays tribute to a hardman who, in many ways (and most of them bad), symbolises British football in the 1980s.

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Glenn Hoddle And 5 Other English Maestros Of The Bone-Dry Centre-Circle

Posted on Jul 5, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Its 1980s week in the Cutter as we devote a whole seven days to looking back to an era of tight shorts, Mitre footballs and bone-dry pitches. Today we doff our cap to the forgotten English maestros who worked their magic on them.

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Sweden’s Greatest Ever XI

Posted on Jun 30, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Tonight sees Sweden's Under 21s take on Portugal in the Euro Final. With plenty of youthful promise they have every chance but each starlet has some way to go to make it onto this list - the greatest 11 to ever grace the yellow and blue.

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Consider The Source: Who Gains From the Gossip?

Posted on Jun 28, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

The Cutter believes that Colin Savage has written an article about the origins of any given transfer rumour. According to our sources it can be read by clicking on 'read more' below and it is our understanding that you’ll never look at the papers the same way again.

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Football’s Sacred Cows: Henrik Larsson

Posted on Jun 28, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

In the second of our series we strive to knock those who are particularly undeserving off their false pedestals. Here Kevin Henning takes a broad swipe at a player who regularly terrorised Arbroath and co.

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My First Best Friend: A Tribute To Billy And His Boots

Posted on Jun 28, 2015 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Andy Robinson looks back with fondness to a comic strip about a boy and his magical boots that ran for nearly forty years.

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