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Is Chris Hughton The Next Brian Clough?

Is Chris Hughton the next Brian Clough in the sense that he can do wonders with a very unfashionable team? It is clear as day that they are not similar in the sense of physical looks and build, communication techniques and general psychological make up. Somehow you could not see Chris Hughton going on a […]

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Post Match Analysis

Here is the pokerknave.com official analysis on why England could not win: 1. John Terry destabilized the the team with his attempted coup. 2. Rooney should have been dropped to the bench. 3. The press were determined to upset the players with all the WAG nonsense. 4. Capello didn’t complete his homework on Germany. 5. […]

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The World Cup And Poker

‘The beautiful game’ as Pele called football (soccer if you are a US person brought up to believe handling a ball constantly is ‘football’, and not ‘handball’…), about to go ballistic in a major festival of the game which for a long time will mean wall-2-wall football. This will be like a drunk being let […]

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Stress and Online Poker

Do you sometimes have one of those weeks when you wonder if you are living in some parallel universe where everything is not exactly in the right place? Well my friends I have had one of those and my head feels like a punch bag in Mike Tyson’s gym. It didn’t start well, I got […]

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An Interlude From Grinding Pt4

There is a football team called Millwall and they have a reputation for soccer hooliganism. I have witnessed the hooliganism when I was going to a friends wedding and got caught up in a middle of a full scale riot involving Millwall fans, apparently they lost 1 – 0 to Sheffield Wednesday. Now Millwall are […]

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