Netherlands 3-1 England AET; Defensive calamities cost the Three Lions & surely spell the end for Stones

Netherlands 3-1 England AET; Defensive calamities cost the Three Lions & surely spell the end for Stones

From minute one in Guimaraes, in front of a crowd predominantly sporting the St George’s cross, England were outplayed by their Dutch counterparts. Those donned in orange shirts dominated the ball and bossed the midfield, but it was ultimately costly mistakes that became England’s own undoing in Portugal.

England have become allergic to appearing in finals of international competitions, and once again it looked like it could be against Gareth Southgate’s side.

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Why Usain Bolt can blame nobody but himself for his failed football career

Why Usain Bolt can blame nobody but himself for his failed football career

There is absolutely no question that Usain Bolt was an incredible athlete, but let’s be honest; nobody actually believed he could become a professional footballer.

It takes a great deal of effort, commitment and determination for any player to break into the professional ranks of world football, let alone a 32-year-old effectively starting from scratch.

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