Photo, Shoot – 26.2.2008 – Eto’o Gets Snap Happy

Photo, Shoot is a new feature at Just-Football, looking at football photography from around the world. We hope it will become a regular feature on the site and of course welcome any contributions which, for all you budding sports photographers out there, can be emailed to The first in the series features FC Barcelona […]

Cech Howler Hands Spurs Victory as Grant Gets it Wrong – Carling Cup Final Review

Tottenham 2-1 Chelsea (a.e.t.)In a season that has thus far been punctuated with high-profile goalkeeping errors by English keepers, a glaring mistake from the usually excellent Petr Cech handed Tottenham victory in the Carling Cup final, securing the North Londoners their first major trophy in nine years. Tottenham came from a goal down after Didier […]

Barnsley Triumph, Jeff Stelling goes Beserk…

For fans of Soccer Saturday this clip is a classic, as Matt Le Tissier commentates on the last few moments of Barnsley’s shock 2-1 win against Liverpool at Anfield in the FA Cup 5th Round. Brian Howard’s late goal prompts fits of laughter, Jeff Stelling going crazy and Phil Thompson looking like he is about […]

FA Cup 5th Round in Review – The Questions

It’s the questions, ah yeh the questions…. Liverpool 1-2 BarnsleyA replay with Luton, behind twice against Havant & Waterlooville and now this – are Liverpool a laughing stock? Will the Champions League save Rafael Benitez, again? Does Simon Davey have the potential to coach at a higher level? Just how big an upset was this? […]

African Cup of Nations 2008 in Review – Best XI

Thats it. Egypt. As Mohamed Aboutreika gracefully slid the ball past Idriss Carlos Kameni and bowed his head down onto Accra’s turf in measured jubilation, the fervent multitude of people gripped by the 2008 African Cup of Nations were presented their answer to the ultimate question, the one that had nagged away at them for […]

Party Like Its 99…

Egypt celebrates as Mohamed Aboutreika’s 77th minute strike seals their 6th African Cup of Nations triumph. His goal was the 99th in the tournament, the highest number of goals scored in any Cup of Nations in history, handing Egypt a 1-0 win over Cameroon and prompting wild celebrations in the streets of Cairo.