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4 March 2008
No country for music lovers
SHARES
4 March 2008
The FourFourTwo Football League Player of the Year, Kevin Phillips, is one of football's good guys: friendly, unassuming, modest and hard-working, always with time for fans and journalists alike.
SHARES
3 March 2008
SHARES
3 March 2008
El Loco reaches record, San Lorenzo break goal drought, the rain, the rain...
SHARES
3 March 2008
Good Day
SHARES
3 March 2008
So there we have it, the FourFourTwo Top 50 has been revealed (see full Top 50) and the general consensus on the night was that in Kevin Phillips, Jermaine Beckford and Keith Andrews, we had three very worthy winners.But, like all lists and polls, the results are open to conjecture – and the debate among many of the 800-strong gathering at London’s Park Lane Hilton stretched into the early hours, long after our lauded trio had walked off into the night with their polished trophies.Andy Gray second? Michael Kightly third? We heard cases being argued for James Beattie, Zheng Zhi, Jonathan Greening and the like, but at the end of the day, the results were there in black and white – the players and managers had their say, so too members of the media, but most importantly this was an awards ceremony for the fans, by the fans. It was your vote that counted most.Granted, Gray hasn’t had the best of times since his switch to the Valley in January, but it would take a brave man to argue against his achievements at Burnley while Wolves – as Mick McCarthy admitted last night – look a shadow of their former selves in Kightly’s absence.That there were a number of candidates vying for position among the Championship front runners is a reflection of the league itself this season. Phillips aside, consistency has been a problem for many players as it has many teams. Sorry, all teams.
SHARES
2 March 2008
Ladies and gentlemen, here it is, FourFourTwo’s definitive rundown of the 50 Best Football League players.
SHARES
2 March 2008
"The introduction of a winter break would have an enormously positive effect in this country."

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