Heroes and Villains

Monday, 18 September 2006

3660: Squarefootball Villain of the

by : Sam Cullen This week, our villain resides in the same ground as our hero, a first for the Hero and Villain of the week feature. The club in question is Chelsea, so before anyone accuses us at squarefootball of bias against Chelsea, just look at our feature giving the Hero of the week to one o...

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3658: Squarefootball Hero of the wee

by : Sam Cullen For the first time in the history of the fledgling Squarefootball Hero/Villain of the week, the winners of both are actually both at the same club The club in question is none other than reigning Premiership champions, Chelsea Perhaps this could be seen as an interesting reflectio...

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Monday, 11 September 2006

3617: Squarefootball Villain of the

by : Sam Cullen Yes, hold the front page, it’s back After a week hiatus due to all the fun of the transfer window and the first round of internationals, the much heralded(in some strange parts of this world) Squarefootball Villain of the week. This week we venture up north to visit Newcastle Unit...

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3618: Squarefootball Hero of the wee

by : Sam Cullen Welcome once again to the Squarefootball hero of the week. Normal service has once again been resumed after the frantic frenzy inflicted on us by the ramifications of all the deadline day deals last week. During the week, millions of football fans across the continent were mesmeri...

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Monday, 28 August 2006

3563: Squarefootball villain of the

by : Sam Cullen When writing this weeks squarefootball villain of the week, my limited brain capacity wasn’t taxed by trying to pick a “villain” over the past seven days because there really only was one “winner”, so to speak. Ben Thatcher. Having missed the initial incident, when I first heard t...

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3564: Squarefootball hero of the wee

by : Sam Cullen David Bowie once sang that we could all be heroes, but just for one day. Here at squarefootball you get that honour for an entire week, I wonder what Bowie would make of that! This week’s winner is a man who is no stranger to being a hero to millions, as his late, vital goals were ...

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Monday, 21 August 2006

3529: Squarefootball Villain of the

by : Sam Cullen Where would football be without its villains? Some argue they damage the very soul and fabric of our beautiful game, turning off viewers and corrupting the once kind and benevolent nature of our sport. Others feel they are part and parcel of the football pantomime which runs from ...

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3528: Squarefootball Hero of the Wee

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Sunday, 13 August 2006

3486: Squarefootball Villain of the

by : Sam Cullen It was decided that the time was ripe for yet another new feature at Squarefootball, a new feature for all you loyal visitors who keep all of us here writing away, the Squarefootball Villain of the week. The concept is almost as simple as me, every week, from the latest happenings ...

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Saturday, 12 August 2006

3485: Squarefootball Hero of the Wee

by : Sam Cullen It was decided that was time for yet another new feature at Squarefootball, a new feature for all you loyal visitors who keep all of us here writing away, the Squarefootball Hero of the week. The concept is almost as simple as me, every week, from the latest happenings in the world...

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