Tag Archives: fifa

Preview: 2012 Major League Soccer Eastern Conference

The 2012 MLS season is a mere stones throw away, and one of world footballs fastest growing leagues is looking to continue the success of 2011 which saw David Beckham’s LA Galaxy lift the MLS cup.

Continue reading

Tagged , , , ,

Top 5 Candidates for the Wolves Job

by Paz Bassra (@PazBassra)

After Mick McCarthy’s sacking, Wolverhampton Wanderers are on the look out for a new manager to save them from relegation. Here are the top 5 candidates:

5. Neil Warnock:

Continue reading

Tagged , , , ,

Ranking the 13 “New Maradona’s”

by Tom Stewart

The title of “New Maradona” or “New Diego” is one that is given to highly talented Argentinian attacking players, using the nations legendary number 10 as an ambitious benchmark. Thirteen players have had the label dumped on them, some of them have revelled in the limelight while some have failed to live up to expectation.

Continue reading

Tagged , , , , , , , , , ,

Capello Quits: Who Next for England?

by Tom Stewart

So Fabio Capello has quit as England manager following the FA’s decision to strip John Terry of his captaincy. So who is next in line for the role as ‘ultimate turd polisher’?

Here are the top 10 favourites(all odds listed are from Bet365)

Harry Redknapp

Continue reading

Tagged , , , ,

News: African Cup of Nations- Quarter Finals

This years African Cup of Nations hasn’t failed to disappoint. Saturday and Sunday saw the quarter finals in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea. Here is our recap of the 4 ties.

Continue reading

Tagged , , , , , , , , , , ,

Top Tens: Diego Maradona quotes

by Tom Stewart

Diego Maradona is one of FlairWeekly’s favourite people. The man is clearly nuts and doesn’t shy away from showing the world exactly how nuts he is. As a player he was a genius….and a flawed one….as a coach he is an erratic, charismatic maniac. As a man he is a former coke addict, very vocal about his politics, and he has fathered several illegitimate children. Oh- and he’s never afraid to voice his mind about Pele. Or anything for that matter.

Continue reading

Tagged , , , , , , ,