Author Archives: Matt Gault

About Matt Gault

Matt is a long-term These Football Times writer and co-author of A Tale of One City, Football's Fleeting Fraternity, The Academy Way and Masterminds. He supports Manchester United but also follows the fortunes of FK Qarabag in Azerbaijan. Based in Belfast, he is interested in the relationship between politics and football and rebellious footballers. Has been featured on The Guardian, FourFourTwo, WorldSoccer.com, BBC, Daily Mail and Huffington Post. He is also the Editor of SquareEyed.tv (http://www.squareeyed.tv/), covering the world of movies, TV and culture. Follow SquareEyed on Twitter @SquareEyed_tv and like us on Facebook! Follow Matt on Twitter @MattGault11

Ryder Cup 2014: Day 1 Four-ball Analysis and Predictions

Everything is now set in motion for the Ryder Cup to get under way at Gleneagles after captains Paul McGinley and Tom Watson announced their pairings for the first morning’s fourballs. European selfie… RT for Team Europe Winner on Sunday! … Continue reading

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Ryder Cup 2014: Europe look stronger but underestimate USA at your peril

Ryder Cup 2014: Europe look stronger but underestimate USA at your peril.

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Ryder Cup 2014: Europe look stronger but underestimate USA at your peril

Tom Watson’s preparations for this Ryder Cup have been far from serene. Losing two of his key players in Jason Dufner and Dustin Johnson to injury and self-imposed professional exile respectively, the USA captain was also relieved of the opportunity … Continue reading

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Enigmatic rookie Victor Dubuisson may prove to be Ryder Cup surprise package

Victor Dubuisson is very much the oddball of this year’s Ryder Cup. Shroud in mystery, seemingly shy and unassuming. But he lets his golf do the talking. He may come of age at Gleneagles this week. Continue reading

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Ian Poulter poised to unleash his passion once again and lead Team Europe to victory

A look at how Ian Poulter has risen to become the ultimate team competitor for Europe in the Ryder Cup Continue reading

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On this day in World Cup history: Ireland defeat Romania on penatlies to reach quarter-final at Italia ’90

The Republic of Ireland’s first ever experience in the World Cup is one the nation will likely never forget, as they managed to engineer their “agricultural style of football” into the quarter-finals of Italia ’90. Ireland were not fancied at … Continue reading

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Luis Suarez shows his deplorable side as Uruguay down Italy to advance

Luis Suarez finds himself at the centre of another storm of controversy following Uruguay’s 1-0 win over Italy, as he appears to have bitten down on to the shoulder of Giorgio Chiellini. The saddening aspect of the latest in a … Continue reading

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