Tennessee Titans Pass on OT, Go for the Win

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NFL fans in London finally witnessed a close finish. Most NFL games in London lately have been blowouts. Sunday was different. The struggling Tennessee Titans trailed the hot Los Angeles Chargers 13-20 late in the 4th quarter. Titans QB Marcus Mariota led a cold-blooded drive deep into enemy territory as

AC Oxgangs 6 – 1 Blackhall Athletic

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Blackhall Athletic’s spirited performance was not enough to stop them from being beaten 6-1 away to Oxgangs, a scoreline that flattered the home side. Blackhall had many absentees, and were able to bring in a trialist, Jonah, for the game. Jamie Campbell was named captain again and the team lined

Cleveland Browns vs. Officiating

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There are no shortage of conspiracies when it comes to the NFL and it's officiating. This year, however, the Cleveland Browns have been seemingly targeted by the zebras. Fans of the Browns could quickly point out several times where poor officiating has changed the fate of their favorite team's season.

Earlston Rhymers 4 – 1 Blackhall Athletic

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Blackhall Athletic’s drab first half performance layed the foundations for a 4-1 defeat away to Earlston Rhymers. The visitors had significant absentees, namely Zane Ewart and Thomas Hedges, which meant Calvin Catala stepped in at centre back, and Nathan Gallagher partnered Brandon upfront. Jamie Campbell was again named captain after

Five Lesser Known Englishmen Playing Abroad

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Playing football abroad is becoming a more and more acceptable decision for English talent. Gone are the days when England’s top players moved to places like the USA to see out the last years of their career. Wayne Rooney is only 32 but DC United’s win percentage since his arrival

Dunbar United Colts 1 – 2 Blackhall Athletic

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Blackhall Athletic eased through to the next round of the Victor Paris Bathrooms Cup with an impressive 2-1 win away to Dunbar United Colts. Nathan Gallagher returned to the squad and Andrew Jack was handed only his third start of the season. Jamie Campbell was given the captain’s armband for

Blackhall Athletic 2 – 3 Oxgangs

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Blackhall Athletic were knocked out of the Craig Gowans Memorial Cup in the first round after narrowly being beaten 3-2 by AC Oxgangs. Craig Stewart made his long awaited return from injury, and Thomas Hedges was named captain for the day. Nathan Gallagher was unavailable, which allowed Craig to start

Blackhall Athletic 1 – 5 St Bernard’s

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Blackhall Athletic were comfortably beaten 5-1 at home to St Bernard’s, there were returns to the team for Thomas Palmer, Nathan Pearse, Alex Shanks and Louis Thomson, and new signing Finn started in goals. The team once again lined up in a 442 formation, and Nathan Gallagher was handed the

Winners and Losers from EPL Matchday #4

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With the international break right around the corner, some Premier League sides will be glad to have the week off, giving them a chance to hit the reset button and get their season back on track. But some teams won't be so delighted to have the week off with Watford,

Blackhall Athletic 6 – 3 Edinburgh South

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Blackhall Athletic ran riot against 9 man Edinburgh South. The home team started the game with a full eleven, one more player than their opposition but were still tested at times during the match. Dugald Williams was handed the captains armband, and the team lined up in a 442 Formation. The