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FIFA World Cup: Day Ten column

Chay Quinn celebrates a famous win while continuing to express his disdain for Mark Lawrenson

FIFA World Cup: Day Nine column

Patrick Hook-Willers takes a look at an action packed day nine that had plenty of drama

FIFA World Cup: Day Eight column

Chay Quinn previews the eventual England victory celebrations and weighs in on the Messi debate

FIFA World Cup: Day Seven column

Jordan Mcwilliam discusses the Messi Vs Ronaldo debate after an awful day of football

FIFA World Cup: Day Six column

Jordan McWilliam discusses Senegal as Africa’s last hope, Russia’s record breaking start and Colombia’s capitulation

FIFA World Cup: Day Five column

Chay Quinn throws off pessimism and finally admits it’s coming home

FIFA World Cup: Day Four column

Jordan McWilliam talks about that Germany loss, Kolarov’s free-kick and the impending England match

FIFA World Cup: Day Three column

Chay Quinn tries to contain his hatred for Mark Lawrenson, mocks Messi and holds onto this column for dear life

FIFA World Cup: Day Two column

As Ronaldo steals the show again, Chay Quinn ponders when football might finally come home

FIFA World Cup 2018: Day One column

Chay Quinn talks Cheryshev, corruption and family tradition after the first day of action in Russia 2018

Spain in crisis as Lopetegui is sacked two days before World Cup opener.

Spain have sacked their manager, Julen Lopetegui, just two days before their vital World Cup match against group and Iberian…

The perils of dreaming to be a pro footballer

York student Graham Rush recalls his time at Cambridge United FC and the emphasis placed on football over education