Calling all writer and bloggers…gibfootballshow NEEDS YOU!!!

Here at GFS we are looking to expand our knowledge base for the new season. It would be fantastic to have a variety of writers/bloggers agree to write for the site about their league/country of interest.

Over the past since months it has been a pleasure to feature the work of some excellent writers from around the world. From Poland to Argentina to the Youth tournaments in Italy – gibfootballshow has had it covered.

So for next season we would like to bring the site in line with the goals of the podcast. Bringing the stories from the regions that the British mainstream press pretty much ignore, and spreading the information around the world.

So if you would like to write for gibfootballshow then please let us know. We are looking for people who concentrate on Spain, Holland, Germany, Scandanavia, Africa, Eastern Europe, Asia, North and South America….basically anywhere.

We are not looking for weekly reviews of the league action. Take a look at something the readers will find interesting and if it’s one/two pieces a months…great.

If you are interested please send an email with your section of interest to editor (at) gibfootballshow dot co dot uk

Look forward to hearing from you.

Andrew

Editor of gibfootballshow

 

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The second day’s action in the Asian Cup seemed to have a little more quality to it then the competition opener. Although the result could have been different it was the “Red Machine” that eventually triumphed.

From the start China’s #10 Deng Zhuoxiang stood out as a player with quality, spraying some excellent passes from his dangerous left foot, it would come back to punish the Kuwaitis in the second half.

Early on the underdogs Kuwait should have had a penalty. Quite fitting that five years ago China’s Captain Du Wei was making his debut for Celtic against Clyde in the Scottish Cup, and it was the very same player that without getting anywhere near the ball swiped Bader Al Mutwa’s legs from underneath him. A clear penalty but the referee gave nothing. If only Du Wei had the same luck that day at Broadwood Stadium.

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