Dominic Antill
Currently studying NCTJ Diploma at News Associates, blogging for a few websites, whilst keeping abreast of the few things that keep me glued to the internet for hours on end. I have a degree too, but that, as I have found out recently, doesn’t get you too far.

Entries by Dominic Antill

Fifa Bite Back at Suarez for Not Playing the Game

(2) Comments | Posted 27 June 2014 | (15:06)

Luis Suarez bites again, the third time no less and Fifa have thrown the book at him. Fair, say some, harsh, say others.

Whichever your disposition, it's safe to say that the act must be so abstract from how we expect a 27 year old footballer to behave that...

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Mark Noble - England's Invisible Man

(1) Comments | Posted 4 March 2014 | (23:00)

Roy Hodgson's squad selection for England's friendly against Denmark tomorrow certainly raised a few eyebrows. Particularly in the midfield department, where there maybe a few players on the periphery wondering what more they have to do to get noticed - not least of all, former England U21 Captain, Mark Noble.

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Could Daniel Sturridge Be the Key for England?

(0) Comments | Posted 25 February 2014 | (23:00)

Roy Hodgson might want Wayne Rooney to "explode" at this summer's World Cup but it is Daniel Sturridge's form that could prove the decisive factor to England's success in the competition.

Having scored in his last eight consecutive games, with 10 overall the former City youth product is fast becoming...

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Is Özil's Form Contributing to Arsenal's Habitual Post-Christmas Capitulation?

(0) Comments | Posted 20 February 2014 | (15:30)

Mezut Özil's performances against Bayern Munich and Liverpool have been condemned by many but is his form a tell-tale sign that Wenger's men are on the brink of seasonal implosion, leaving the wreckage of yet another 'what might have been' season to ponder.

It might be harsh after playing...

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Januzaj Showed His Team Mates and Manager How It's Done the United Way

(0) Comments | Posted 17 October 2013 | (17:14)

Adnan Januzaj's two goals against Sunderland reminded his team mates and manager David Moyes of the inherited expectations that come with playing for United. Now the manager and the rest of the team has to get their act together.

Januzaj was fearless and supremely confident in his ability, gliding past...

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Wayne Rooney Seems in Limbo - Is It Time for Him to Move On?

(4) Comments | Posted 19 April 2013 | (00:00)

There was a begrudging acceptance from Wayne Rooney that it wasn't his night against West Ham being replaced by a man 13 years his senior that allowed the rest of the team to get on with piling on the pressure.

Having received plaudits for his performance in midfield against Stoke...

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Wenger Must Do More Than Acknowledge Fan Discontent to Preserve His Legacy

(1) Comments | Posted 5 December 2012 | (23:00)

Arsene Wenger would have hoped Arsenal fans chanting "you don't know what you're doing" at Villa Park two Saturdays ago would have been the worst of the criticism this season.

The Professor has always had the backing of the fans however who have often cajoled him in a cloak...

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Champions League Race Could Be Best Yet This Season

(0) Comments | Posted 12 July 2012 | (13:12)

The close season is all about speculation and where better place to start than the imminent squabble for those all-important Champions League spots.

Presupposing that the two Manchester clubs are probably going to repeat their local duel for supremacy at the very top we are left with a meagre...

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Manchester United May Be Chasing City's Coattails for Some Time to Come

(1) Comments | Posted 22 May 2012 | (20:42)

In the wake of Manchester United's most recent financial statements coupled with a disappointing season on the pitch it is fair to say that their position as the most elite club in the country may be under threat sooner rather than later.

Finishing with the highest ever points total...

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