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The ‘Lost in…’ 2015/16 Awards

The ‘Lost in…’ 2015/16 Awards

I’ve witnessed an awful lot of football this season and an awful lot of that awful lot has been awful. Some really dire stuff at times. Part of what makes football so incredibly alluring is the fact that you turn up at any game, at any level, with no idea of what the hell is … Continue reading

The ‘Lost in…’ 2014/2015 Awards

The ‘Lost in…’ 2014/2015 Awards

“The thing about football – the important thing about football – is that it is not just about football.”  Terry Pratchett. Football is the greatest thing there is in my eyes – no matter what level or where it is being played there is something simply magical about it. Saying that, I have witnessed quite a lot … Continue reading

‘Lost in…’ 2013/2014 Season Review

‘Lost in…’ 2013/2014 Season Review

6 countries, 108 games, 50 new grounds, 353 goals and 3 pitch invasions. Boiled down into numbers, this is what my 2013/2014 season looks like. Of course, like many areas of football, statistics do not tell the whole story at all. My season began at Northwich Victoria’s current abode in Flixton’s Valley Road ground and … Continue reading

My ‘Lost in…’ 2012/2013 Season Review

My ‘Lost in…’ 2012/2013 Season Review

What a season I’ve had. The 71 games that have been my Lost Boyos adventures this year have been bookended by two famous bald heads; my season started at Stalybridge’s Celtic’s Bower Fold watching former Italian football legend Attilio ‘The Bald Eagle’ Lombardo patrolling the touch-line (he was managing a Manchester City EDS XI against … Continue reading

Lost in…Asia: a look back on 2012

Lost in…Asia: a look back on 2012

Poor Pele. Perhaps the global game’s greatest star, the Brazilian has maintained his high profile by bickering with Diego Maradona, endorsing an erectile dysfunction drug, and making horrible predictions about the future of the game over which he once ruled. Among his more famous gaffes was his claim that an African nation would win the … Continue reading