Monthly Archives: June 2010

Jarrett joins City revolution

Lincoln City have signed much-traveled winger Albert Jarrett on a free transfer after he was released by Barnet.

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Who is to blame for England’s exit?

England’s embarassing defeat to Germany in the World Cup left fans wanting someone to blame. We look at what can be improved upon in the future.

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‘Ferdinand: Lampard goal was turning point’

Injured defender Ferdinand believes Lampard’s disallowed goal in England’s 4-1 defeat to Germany changed the game’s course.

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Sutton’s first chance to assess current players

Lincoln City begin their pre-season training on June 28th. The session will be the first chance manager Sutton will have to assess the current players after the holiday.

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‘Psychic octopus predicts Germany victory over England’

A so-called ‘psychic’ octopus called Paul has predicted that Germany will beat England in the World Cup on the match on Sunday.

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Attention to detail: why David James can beat the Germans

David James values the importance of preparation in sport. Could this be key if England are left to face a penalty shootout against Germany?

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England and Germany: the next chapter of the rivalry

When England and Germany meet on the pitch sparks always fly. Tom Farmery discovers where the rivalry began and asks will it end at Bloemfontein?

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Kahn: ‘penalties are psychological battle’

Legendary German keeper Oliver Kahn has issued spot-kick saving advice to England and Germany goalkeepers in the event of Sunday’s match going to a penalty shoot-out.

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Style over substance: can England down the Germans?

England will face a very different Germany to usual in the last 16 of the World Cup on Sunday. Bradley King takes a look at Joachim Loew’s side.

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‘Jermain Defoe confident winning in a shootout against Germans’

Whenever England play Germany on the highest stage in football, there’s only ever one talking point: the chance of a penalty shootout.

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