Ever felt like that final whistle was never going to come? Well you ain’t seen nothing yet!
A bunch of footballers in Gloucesterhire gave new meaning to the term ‘extra time’ last weekend when they set a new Guiness World Record for the longest football match ever played.
West Ham United Academy Director Tony Carr will welcome some of his finest proteges back to Upton Park next week for a testimonial match that will celebrate his incredible 37 years of service.
Since joining the East London club as a youth team coach in 1973, Carr has overseen the development of Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, John Terry, Joe Cole, Michael Carrick and Glenn Johnson, to name but a few.
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Tony Carr has overseen the development of so much English talent that he must be near the top of Fabio Capello’s Christmas card list.
In his 37 years at West Ham United Carr has helped nurture the careers of England regulars Rio Ferdinand, Frank Lampard, John Terry and Glenn Johnson, whilst Jermain Defoe, Michael Carrick and Joe Cole also spent their formative years under Carr’s tutelage.
The majority of amateur footballers want a choice on whether they have to play matches on Easter weekend, a Club Website poll has revealed.
59 percent of people said that they did not think teams should be forced to play football on Easter weekend, while 41 percent said it should be treated as per any other weekend.