Author Archives: Ben Milligan

About Ben Milligan

Writing about football, everywhere, for his own amusement. You can read it too, but don't expect it to make sense all the time.

Where England go from here…

Here at G4G we don’t just focus on football. Apart from the ‘beautiful’ game I enjoy cricket, rock climbing, cycling and running. Dave likes to branch out from day to day football by playing Football Manager (he’s of a fair … Continue reading

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2012/13 Season Preview: Arsenal

Well blow me down: Arsenal have actually spent some bloody money!

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2012/13 Season Preview: Liverpool

A look ahead at what is likely to be a season of change on one side of Stanley Park. (Everton will most likely continue to be fairly poor (£) and a bit grim to watch.)

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Things To Love About Football #2: Ironic Cult Heroes

Every club has their own cult heroes. These are established in one of three ways.

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All this aggravation ain’t satisfactioning me: Liverpool vs Manchester United

I am hoping for civility at tomorrow’s game between Liverpool and Manchester United. While I’m surely far from the only one hoping that the game itself is interesting enough to get people talking, my real wish is that people simply … Continue reading

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Things to Love About Football #1: Happiness

The brains behind this website (and therefore presumably the reason for its failure to date), Dave, is a miserable bastard. His one saving grace is that he knows it; and so from time to time he asks one of his … Continue reading

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Bielsa and Bilbao: A tactical analysis of Real Madrid 4 – 1 Athletic Bilbao

How would the Argentine’s balls-out tactics hold up against Real Madrid? The second-most played fixture in the history of Spanish football provided an enthralling spectacle on Sunday evening. This was in no small part down to Athletic’s manager; the almost … Continue reading

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