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Tweet When You’re Winning: Social Media And Football

Posted on Jul 21, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

In recent times using social media before, during and after a game has become as part of the 'matchday experience' as a pie and pint. Branding guru Matt Hurst uses the World Cup to illustrate just how much Twitter and football have allied.

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When In Roma: What ‘Brave’ Cole Can Expect From Serie A

Posted on Jul 17, 2014 in Calcio Futbol Voetbal, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Charles Ducklsbury looks at that rarest of incidences - an Englishman abroad.

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Wembley’s Double Standards – Football v Everything Else

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Our insider at Wembley stadium reveals how football continues to get the short end of every stick.

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World Cup TV: The Awful Vs The Average

Posted on Jul 16, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

Andy Robinson endures a month of highly-paid stating of the obvious and yearns for the days of Brian Moore.

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The Socceroos: A Campaign For Respect

Posted on Jul 15, 2014 in Calcio Futbol Voetbal, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

No wins and no points, but plenty of memories. Matt Tilby dissects Australia’s time at the 2014 World Cup.

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Hup, Hup And Away: The Wonder Stuff At The Tiv

Posted on Jul 13, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

The Cutter goes hup, hup and away as the wonderful Wonder Stuff come to town.

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World Cup Final Preview: 5 Things That WILL Happen

Posted on Jul 10, 2014 in Calcio Futbol Voetbal, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

On the biggest occasion of them all anything can happen. Especially in a tournament that's been rife with upsets and surprise. But there's always some things you can put your money on......

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World Cup 2014: It’s A Brand New Ball Game

Posted on Jul 8, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

As football increasingly becomes a global business we look at who are the Brazils of the boardroom.

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“You Don’t Turn Down England”: The Cutter Meets World Cup Winner George Cohen

Posted on Jun 30, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

As the post-mortem on England's World Cup failure rages on the Cutter catches up with one of the Three Lion’s finest to discuss Roy, Barkley, and why playing for your country is a call of duty not a privilege.

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An Open Letter To Ann Coulter

Posted on Jun 27, 2014 in Features, Main Features | 0 comments

US writer and political commentator Ann Coulter caused quite a stir this week when she hated on 'soccer'. The Cutter's Matt Tilby responds in kind.

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Prandelli’s Italy: From Calm To Confusion

Posted on Jun 27, 2014 in Calcio Futbol Voetbal, Features, Main Features | 0 comments

An early World Cup exit has left the Azzurri in disarray. Charles Ducksbury reports on a unspectacular masterplan that backfired spectacularly.

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Reform The League For England’s Sake

Posted on Jun 24, 2014 in Features, Main Features | Comments Off

In the dyling light of England's World Cup failure Richard Brook suggests a uniform approach to aid future international aspirations.

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