Writer: Site Staff
Date:Friday August 26 2011
Ivory FC`s Chairman, Kevin Reid from the Great Football Experiment makes his prediction on Manchester United v Arsenal. Being a Spurs fan (sorry Gunners) he knows all about the form of United this season, 3-0 was it Kevin? Ahem! He predicts even worse for Arsenal, oh then he talks hair... I`m bald as a coot, so he lost me there a bit!!!
Folks, this is a great bit of grass roots football and we at Vital Central are having fun with it, hopefully over the months you`ll all get engaged and enjoy the lads preparation (liquid mostly for some I think) and training with the England set up. For more on the great football experiment: Click Here
You can also comment on our own official blog: www.nivea.vitalfootball.co.uk. Your normal Vital logins will work on there.
And although not related to Arsenal, this video from Ray Wilkins is interesting and made me wonder, who is Arsenal`s midfield general now and who was your best or favourite?!
Ray Wilkins who is involved with the Great Football Experiment has been talking exclusively to us at Vital about what it takes to be a midfield general. Something he knows a lot about having played for Manchester United, Chelsea, AC Milan, Paris St Germain.. need I go on? Really? Ok then, Rangers, QPR and England. Not to mention his coaching work.. oh and he was the voice of the tango man as well, maybe I digress a little too far on that one!
Anyway, makes for an interesting listen.
Don`t forget to have a look at Great Football Experiment and feel free to join us on the Vital Nivea site to comment and keep up with the Ivory lads as they progress >>> www.nivea.vitalfootball.co.uk/
Date:Friday August 26 2011
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