Category Archives: Football

The 5 Greatest Welsh Footballers Of All Time

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 2nd March 2016

When it comes to World Cup Qualification, Wales may not have the greatest track record, but in terms of footballers, this nation has produced some of the finest talents. In this article, we’ve picked 5 of the best Welsh footballers according to their achievements and winning strategies as listed below. Dean Saunders Saunders first started […]

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The 5 Best Champions League Goals Ever

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 20th January 2016

1. Zinedine Zidane, for Real Madrid vs Bayern Leverkusen (2001-2002 Final) The newly-appointed Real Madrid manager showed the world his genius as he scored this perfectly timed volley which would help Real win the final in 2002. The ball seemed to hang in the air for a lifetime as Zizou watched the lofted cross from […]

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The 5 Best Premier League Goals Ever

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 23rd December 2015

5. Matt Le Tissier, Southampton v Newcastle United, 1993-94 One of the most gifted players of his generation, Matt Le Tissier’s goals from open play were often a joy to watch, and his goal against Newcastle in the 1990s was a strong candidate for the best Premier League goal ever. Flicking the ball away from […]

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The World’s 10 Most Supported Football Teams

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 11th November 2015

10. Juventus Known as the Old Lady, the fortunes of Juventus have been revived in recent years. 2015 Champions League finalists, the Italian giants have around 20 million fans worldwide. 9. Bayern Munich Germany’s most successful club, Bayern are always among the favourites to win the Champions League too. Consequently, the Bavarian’s club’s global fanbase […]

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Bad To The Ball – Football’s 5 Biggest Bad-Boys

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 14th October 2015

5. Paul Gascoigne From violence to booze, Gazza has been regularly featured in the tabloid newspapers from the 1990s onwards, and he even went bankrupt in 2011. Arguably England’s greatest player of the last 30 years, Gascoigne’s bad boy behaviour also meant that he never made the most of his talent. 4. Joey Barton At […]

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The 7 Most Shocking Moments In World Football

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 16th September 2015

Argentina v England – The Hand of God: Back in June 1986 England were having a good World Cup. Having reached the quarter-finals, their opponents were Argentina. Six minutes into the second-half Diego Maradona made as if to head the ball, but pushed it toward goal with his hand. The referee allowed the goal to […]

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7 Ways to Blag Liking Football

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 22nd July 2015

OK, you’ve been invited to watch a game of football, but you don’t know anything about the game and you don’t want to sound like a rank amateur. No problem. Follow these tips and blag being a superfan. Which teams are playing? This valuable little bit of information tells you what colour face paint to […]

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A New Breed of Welsh Football?

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 27th March 2015

Though Wales have often threatened to qualify for major tournaments since they last did so – the 1958 World Cup in Sweden – there is genuine optimism among two of the greats of Welsh football that things may be about to change. Both Ian Rush and Neville Southall think that Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey […]

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Wales’ Brush With The UEFA European Championship

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 29th January 2015

The fact that Wales haven’t qualified for a major football tournament since the 1958 World Cup in Sweden doesn’t mean that they haven’t produced some good teams in the decades since. In 1976, Wales reached the quarter-finals of the European Championship, but only four teams would play in the actual finals held in Yugoslavia. Wales […]

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Your Guide to Cardiff City Stadium

Posted by: pinnacleadmin | 13th November 2014

Cardiff City Stadium sits in the largely residential area of Leckwith, a mile east of the city centre. Home to Cardiff City Football Club who play in the English Championship, following relegation after a brief stint in the Premier League, the stadium was also the home to the Cardiff Blues rugby union side up until […]

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