Monthly Archives: November 2010

Toppo’s Top Tens – Hat-Tricks

Scoring a hat-trick is without doubt a highlight for any footballer, bagging three goals in one game and talking home the match ball. At the weekend Dimitar Berbatov got on the scoresheet five times in Manchester United’s 7-1 demolition job over Blackburn Rovers, … Continue reading

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Toppo’s Top Tens – Open Goal Misses

It is often said that being a striker is the toughest job on the football pitch, the person who has to get the goals which can make the difference in games. The pressure is on them to put the ball … Continue reading

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Toppo’s Top Tens – Counter-attack goals

Counter-attacking does exactly what it says on the tin. Allow your opponents to come forward with the ball attacking your goal, then win possession, breakaway up field with speed and precision before scoring a goal yourselves. They demonstrate how games of football can change within … Continue reading

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Accumulator Series: The Wacky Accy

Week Two ‘If at first you don’t succeed try, try again…’ Unknown The Wacky Accy Firstly I must apologise for taking so long to put up this Week Two of the Accumulator series. Given the task before me I knew … Continue reading

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Toppo’s Top Tens – Late Goals

‘One man’s pain is another man’s pleasure.’ Never have those words been truer than when describing the feelings late goals conjure for fans, players and managers. Whether it’s an equaliser on a cold, rainy Tuesday night away at Grimsby or the winning goal scored with … Continue reading

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Toppo’s Top Tens – Own Goals

In Pod 21 the lads talked about own goals, probably every footballer’s worst nightmare. Just ask Richard Dunne, he’s scored nine goals for the opposition whilst playing in the top flight, making him the Premier League’s all time top scorer … Continue reading

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