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Daily Echo: THAT CHEATING FEELING: Shay Given and Middlesbrough’s Sean St Ledger are horrified Thierry Henry’s handball was allowed to stand in the first period of extra-time at the Stade de France

2:16pm Monday 23rd November 2009

SHOULD there or shouldn’t there be a replay?

Adebayor's actions were preconceived

Daily Echo: Stuart McCall has slammed Emmanuel Adebayor's over the top goal celebrations

9:00am Wednesday 23rd September 2009

THERE is no doubt in my mind Emmanuel Adebayor maliciously stamped on Robin van Persie and has got the punishment he deserves.

Find and ban the violent minority

Daily Echo: Find and ban the violent minority

2:28pm Monday 31st August 2009

JUST when we all thought football hooliganism was a thing of the past, it reared it ugly head.

Terry Paine's biography serialisation - part two

Daily Echo: Terry Paine with the England squad

5:07pm Wednesday 19th November 2008

THE biography of Saints legend Terry Paine is published this week. Here, in the second of a three-part serialisation, the Daily Echo reveals Paine’s role in English sport’s greatest ever success story – the 1966 World Cup.

Terry Paine's biography serialisation - part one

Daily Echo: Terry Paine against Liverpool

4:57pm Wednesday 19th November 2008

THE biography of Saints legend Terry Paine is published this Friday. Written by David Bull, the book is a must-read for all Saints fans of any generation. Here, in the first of a threepart serialisation, the Echo reveals Paine’s massive role in Saints winning promotion to the top flight for the first time in 1966.

Memories came flooding back

Daily Echo: Peter Crouch

8:33am Monday 6th October 2008

WATCHING Pompey qualify for the group stage of the UEFA Cup reminded me of Saints’ first season in Europe back in 1969.

South Africa could stage Premier league match

Daily Echo: The FNB Stadium

12:29pm Thursday 14th February 2008

THERE is no doubt that South Africa will be ready to host a Premiership match by 2010.

Why not take a break to watch Africans play?

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10:57am Monday 4th February 2008

PEOPLE in England might not appreciate it, but the African Nations Cup is huge over here and the explosion in progress football has made on the continent is incredible.

Fabio shows his courageous side

Daily Echo: Fabio Capello

10:55am Monday 4th February 2008

DAVID Beckham has been left out of the England squad and what surprises me are the people who are surprised about the decision.

Applause right action

9:43am Thursday 31st January 2008

THE Munich air disaster will always be one of those Where were you?' moments.

Micky is the right man for the job

Daily Echo: Micky Adams

9:38am Monday 28th January 2008

THE task of succeeding George Burley should go to an elder statesman and not an up-and-coming manager.

Theo needs top loan deal

9:31am Monday 28th January 2008

I HAVE every sympathy with Theo Walcott.

Didier can make the elephants fly

9:50am Wednesday 23rd January 2008

IF I had to predict the winners of the African Nations Cup I would go for the Ivory Coast.

Kev is what Toon needs

2:03pm Monday 21st January 2008

DURING his first spell as Newcastle United manager, I once met Kevin Keegan when he came out to South Africa.

Beeb boob over Hawks

9:47am Monday 21st January 2008

THERE is no doubt that Havant & Waterlooville will get a great reception at Anfield next week.

Drew was well worth call up

3:05pm Monday 14th January 2008

BEFORE Andrew Surman was picked by England U21s I was pushing for him to be called up by South Africa.

Toon hits low note

3:03pm Sunday 13th January 2008

IF NEWCASTLE United are to be successful they have to follow the examples of the two Premiership clubs they visit this month.



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