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Chief England Writer – Stewart Flaherty

A native of Middlesbrough, England, and a 2004 graduate of Loughborough University with a master’s degree in sport psychology. Flaherty has accumulated extensive experience in the men’s game, serving as both Head and Assistant coach at the Collegiate, USL League Two and youth levels. Currently working with an Ivy League NCAA Division 1 Men’s soccer program.


TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD AXED FROM ENGLAND SQUAD: WHAT DOES THE DATA SAY?

Gareth Southgate announced his squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers today, and there is one name missing that has caused the most debate, Liverpool right back Trent Alexander-Arnold. Knee jerk reaction seems critical of the decision, but is that really justified given performances for both club and country so far this season? Alexander-Arnold spentContinue reading “TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD AXED FROM ENGLAND SQUAD: WHAT DOES THE DATA SAY?”

England 4-0 Iceland

The Good, the Bad and the Opposition: Observations from England’s 4-0 home win over Iceland in UEFA Nations League A Group 2 England 4-0 Iceland UEFA Nations League A November 18th, 2020 Wembley Stadium, London By Stewart Flaherty (@stewartflaherty) England rounded out their UEFA Nations League A campaign with a comfortable 4-0 home win overContinue reading “England 4-0 Iceland”

Belgium 2-0 England

The Good, the Bad and the Opposition: Observations from England’s 2-0 defeat in Brussels to give Belgium pole position in UEFA Nations League A Group 2. Belgium 2-0 England  UEFA Nations League A November 15th, 2020  Koning Boudewijn Stadion, Brussels By Stewart Flaherty (@stewartflaherty) Belgium seized the upper hand in UEFA Nations League A GroupContinue reading “Belgium 2-0 England”

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