If Frank James Lampard junior is seeking a new club, he must consider Italy, where fans and pundits have cherished his decade of impressive Champions League performances.
Poor old Frank Lampard. Actually, not poor. Not by a long chalk. Not that old either.
Short-termism has festered ever since the departure of Jose Mourinho and, with every passing season, more and more cracks are beginning to appear in the collective identity of the squad, cracks that cannot simply be papered over by money.
Get set for Seismic Sunday. After Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsey stroked the ball home to defeat the Red Devils and tangle with Manchester United’s plan of imminently taking the title, thoughts swiftly shifted to 8 May.
Still angry that Frank Lampard’s goal against Germany didn’t count? If the answer is yes, then move on. Seriously. Especially when you put it in to context. The following incident had fans asking, with genuine seriousness, if the referee was indeed blind…
The team robbed of a goal was Costa Rican outfit Alajuelense, who eventually lost [...]
England have shot themselves in the foot. Finishing second in the group means that if the Germans don’t get us, the Argies surely will.
I can’t go along with Frank Lampard’s view that he “couldn’t care less” whether we finished first or second. Frankly speaking, just an iota of reasonable finishing against Slovenia (Defoe missed a [...]
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