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The day after

Wow. Just wow. I have to admit I’m still in dreamland; I’m still smiling like a cheshire cat and I can’t quite believe we did it. But we did, and I believe that it wasn’t down to luck. On Friday, I posted this blog where I allowed the dreams I had of winning the trophy […]

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Anti-football

My reflections on the home game against Stoke City: 1) When you’re wrong, you’re wrong For most of the second half, I was thinking Zigic needed to be subbed; indeed, when Jerome came on I thought it would be for the lanky Serb rather than Martins. McLeish got it spot on though; whilst Zigic didn’t […]

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Reflections on the Liverpool game

Here are a few thoughts from watching today’s game against the Scousers. 1) Two points dropped Before the game I think I’d have taken a draw and a clean sheet, but I came home feeling robbed (which in truth isn’t an unusual feeling when encountering scousers). Pepe Reina denied Blues with two wonderful saves, and […]

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Reflections on Blues v Bolton

nb I watched it on Sky Things we have learned from today’s game 1) Jussi Jaaskelainen doesn’t like people challenging him for the ball. This is the only reason I can think he had for slapping Roger Johnson. I do think Roger Johnson fouled him but it was a challenge for the ball, not something […]

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