Tag Archives: Emile Heskey

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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Dull and lifeless: it’s time to ditch the 4-4-2

England were devoid of any invention and adventure against Algeria. Bradley King argues for a change of system and a recall to a familiar face.

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You can only select one goalkeeper, Fabio

Tom Farmery asks after a week of long discussion with his advisers, is Fabio Capello really ready to make his selection for tonight’s game?

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Weak Algeria should be beaten easily

England are expected to dispatch the Algerians without too many problems. But could the threat come down the African team’s left hand side? Bradley King explains.

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Stick or twist? England’s keeper conundrum

It’s not easy being Rob Green at the moment, but should Capello keep faith in the England stopper or drop him? Bradley King gives his view.

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World Cup blog: the pre-tournament jitters

With the World Cup only days away, teams are suffering from pre-tournament anxiety. Bradley King wonders whether we should worry about England.

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World Cup blog: who will get the goals?

Wayne Rooney is a dead cert but, out of the four other strikers in Capello’s provisional squad, who will make it? Bradley King gives his view.

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