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Craig Muncey
Passionate football fan for many years. Love all aspects of the game, and I hope this passion comes out in my writing.

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The Evolution of full-backs
13:00 Sunday 29th May 2016

The roles of players have changed over the decades, football evolves, centre-backs now are not just expected to defend, but in many cases, be able to bring the ball out from the back and start attacks, to step into midfield and be comfortable…

European Football
The Rejuvenation Of Fernando Torres
17:00 Saturday 28th May 2016

Today is the Champions League Final, a game between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, two outstanding sides, with two outstanding managers.  It promises to be a real treat to watch for all football fans.  One player, in particular, I am looking…

Granit added to the Arsenal team
14:00 Friday 27th May 2016

Arsenal for a number of years by fans and ex-players alike have been tagged as a team with a soft underbelly, a team that can lose its way and become intimidated when the pressure comes on.  Arsene Wenger in the last decade has built a team…

Rafa To Revive The Toon?
19:00 Thursday 26th May 2016

Rafael Benitez is to remain on as Newcastle United manager even after Newcastle were relegated to The Championship for next season.  Is Rafa the man to get Newcastle United back into the big time at the first time of asking? When Rafael Benitez…

The day the Dandies destroyed Los Blancos
09:00 Thursday 26th May 2016

The 11th May 1983, a date that will go down in Aberdeen's football history. This was the night that Alex Ferguson propelled himself onto the European football catwalk, his tactics and his team who followed those tactics through to the letter,…

Is Scottish domestic football on the rise?
13:14 Wednesday 25th May 2016

In the last few days, there have been three acquisitions in Scotland for the Old Firm clubs, which points towards an upward curve in interest in the domestic Scottish game after a period of real staleness. Glasgow Rangers who now have worked…