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Dan Williamson
Senior Writer for | FA Level One coach & manager of | Latin American Studies graduate | Founder of
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Dan Williamson 3h
Unreal isn't it. Talk about out of touch.
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Dan Williamson 3h
As far as I'm aware it's 100% genuine.
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Dan Williamson 7h
Replying to @Matt_The_Met
"Recently I was going to buy a red jacket, but then I thought: “I don’t need a red jacket, I’ve got a navy one and it’s fine.” So I’ve changed my train of thought about what I really need to spend money on." Imagine how boring she is in real life.
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Dan Williamson 7h
Replying to @ipapermoney @theipaper
I'm sorry but that is ridiculous and not a story in any way shape or form. "Rich person makes cut backs on luxuries". Well done for getting your clicks though.
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Dan Williamson 7h
Kate Donovan. The People's Champion.
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Dan Williamson 7h
Replying to @Independent
How come it's not being implemented in the south? Had a load of rain down there, have they?
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Open Veins of Football 10h
Got the post blues? Check out our series that looked back on some of the most memorable matches from the tournament's history.
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Phil Baki 23h
Yup, Kylian Mbappé, the 5’ 10”, 161 lb son of Cameroonian and Algerian immigrants who was fully professional at 16 years old who’s just like 1000 dudes that play football or hoops in the States. Doug, seriously, stop.
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Sivan John Jul 16
Great article by for ! Diego Milito is another one of those Argentine player who undervalued by his own country simply because Martin Palermo is a better striker than him & what he did for Inter in 2010 means little in Argentina.
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Dan Williamson Jul 16
How come the game is at a training ground? Because Miami are a new team?
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Abel Gamarra Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Andre Carrillo vs Australia because the peruvian fans that made the Russian stadiums feel like Lima deserved to celebrate a Peruvian goal.
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Ross Jacobs ☕️ Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Kanes 90th min winner vs Tunisia. Showed this team had sonething different than the shambles of many previous squads that had turned up at tournaments. It set a president for how they clicked without cliques and actually had a bit of confidence.
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Nestor Watach Jul 16
First piece for . Don’t think I’ve enjoyed writing anything as much. Long read on the iconic midfield of Strachan, McAllister, Batty & Speed:
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These Football Times Jul 16
Philosophies: where the 🧠 and ⚽️ meet. How the minds and methods of a few defined the game we know today. We think you'll like this! ➡️
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Nick Aumonier Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Cavani’s face plant. Genius.
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Ahmed Almudaris Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Carillo's for Peru vs Australia, purely because it was the first Peruvian goal at a WC for 36 years. Cavani's second against Portugal what a beauty! Rojo vs Nigeria ...what emotion. I can go on and on and on but I need to get back to work 🤣
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Fede Praml Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
It would have been Meunier's second, but Pickford got in the way. Beauty and importance: Pavard Mere technique: Cheryshev (pick one) Best transition: Chadli Assist and control: Messi's Makes me feel uncomfortable watching it: Cavani v
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Dan Roberts Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Has to be Pavard. The way the ball spins as it flies through the air - just glorious
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Dan Williamson Jul 16
Replying to @Fauxnine_
Brilliantly put!
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Anders Jul 16
Replying to @winkveron
Di Maria's for the unbridled joy that football can bring, Pavard's for the abyss it can push you into. Quaresma's for the audacity (and for them good old times), Coutinho's for that sweet, sweet replay angle. Way too many magical moments to decide 😅
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