Category: Football

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euros Round Up)

THE DENMARK game had an understandably emotional atmosphere pre-match as a number of moving tributes were paid to Christian Eriksen. A giant no.10 jersey was unveiled before the game; a nice gesture but it’s hoped they’ve kept the gift receipt as it probably won’t fit him. As a mark of respect to Christian Eriksen, Belgium… Read more »

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euro Round Up)

YESTERDAY’S action was chock-a-block with highly contentious and controversial decisions and that was just Hungary’s passing of new bigoted anti-LGBTQ laws. Hungary’s anti-semetic and authoritarian PM Vicktor Orban blamed his country’s 3-0 loss on a George Soros funded conspiracy, a man he claims grew Cristiano Ronaldo in a lab in a vat of radioactive hair… Read more »

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euros Round Up)

THE latest Euros action saw Scotland wishing they hadn’t bothered ending their 23 year wait for a return to tournament football. The worst self-inflicted defeat Scotland have endured since voting to remain part of Britain, the game will be remembered for striker Patrick Schick’s wonder goal which saw him lobbing the keeper from the halfway… Read more »

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euros Round Up)

IF YOU’RE wondering how the English media is reacting to their team’s 1-0 victory against a Croatia team in decline that has a 35-year-old Gail Platt as a star player, the campaign for the national anthem to be changed to ‘Three Lions’ has begun, there is a demand for the team to be knighted twice,… Read more »

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euros Round Up)

THE day’s action was rendered irrelevant following the incomprehensibly traumatic scenes which unfolded during Denmark’s game against Finland. As the stadium became enveloped in stunned, silent horror and the Danish players made an attempt to form a human shield around their stricken teammate Christian Eriksen to preserve his dignity and privacy as medics fought for… Read more »

It’s The DWWNERU (Daily WWN Euros Round Up)

THE long wait for the European Championships is finally over, but before viewers could actually watch Italy v Turkey they had to first sit through the opening ceremony in Rome: The soaring majesty of Andrea Bocelli’s rendition of Nessun Dorma produced more goosebumps than R.L Stine’s back catalogue, while a woman covered in glitter she… Read more »