Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 18

Welcome to Talk of the Turnstile, issue 18

Why the hoo-ha over United’s four wins in a row? Man City closes the gap slightly, why the FA’s England DNA report will not solve anything.

Why has United winning four on the bounce been made into such a big deal?

So Manchester United have won four games on the trot to “affirm” their place in the top four, one point behind Southampton (the team they face Monday Night on Sky Sports) and five from second placed Manchester City. There has been much fan-fare about Van Gaal’s side winning four in a row, but does it warrant so much media hype? This used to be the norm for United, and whilst they may not have been enjoying the best of times the last year or so I feel the amount of praise given here is rather high. Yes the win at Arsenal was great, the performance less so, the other victories have been less than “emphatic” apart perhaps the Hull City result. As a WBA fan said to me recently, “United used to win four on the bounce all the time, so why are we making such a big deal about it?”

Aguero again proved why he is the most dangerous striker in the Premier League taking his tally to 14 for the season. Manchester City picked up maximum points over the two games with wins over Southampton and Sunderland, scoring seven in the process, to close the gap by two points as Chelsea drew with Sunderland but then beat Spurs 3-0.

The FA released their plan to change the national team’s DNA this week as to address England’s supposed failures. I for one agree with one thing, change is needed; is this the correct way to do so? I for not one second think this is it. Until we as a collective unit are willing to invest in grassroots football then this “DNA” programme will be obsolete. What we should be doing is telling the coaches of today that whilst it’s nice to see your under 8 side winning the more important thing should be to see them play nice attractive football and not a “win at all costs” type kick and rush game that is so frequently seen at youth level. Don’t get me wrong to have a plan is a good thing, but to have a good plan is something entirely different.

You can see the Premier League fixtures below.

06 Dec 12:45 Newcastle v Chelsea
06 Dec 15:00 Hull v West Brom
06 Dec 15:00 Liverpool v Sunderland
06 Dec 15:00 QPR v Burnley
06 Dec 15:00 Spurs v Crystal Palace
06 Dec 15:00 Stoke v Arsenal
06 Dec 17:30 Man City v Everton
07 Dec 13:30 West Ham v Swansea
07 Dec 16:00 Aston Villa v Leicester
08 Dec 20:00 Southampton v Man Utd

The SoccerStarz Premiership standings

Week 14

True Northerns are back on top after the double gameweek, however first and fifth are only separated by ten points. The league really is starting to get exciting and with the transfer window just round the corner who knows what could happen next.

 

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 17

Welcome to Talk of the Turnstile, issue 17.

Wilshere to miss three months, Keane leaves Villa and English clubs make the next stage in European competition.

Following on from the Arsenal, Manchester United game last weekend, Jack Wilshere needed surgery on ankle ligament damaged he suffered in a challenge with youngster Paddy McNair. It comes at a disappointing time for Wilshere as he had just started to hit something of a purple patch of form. Arsenal fans will also be disappointed as Arteta succumbed to injury in their very next match.

Roy Keane has decided to end his time with Aston Villa after just four months with the club. The reasoning behind his departure is to spend more time focussed on his job with the Republic of Ireland. Keane commented via Sky Sports News, “It isn’t fair to either Villa or Ireland, so I’ve made this decision. I’d like to thank Paul for giving me a great opportunity to come to a brilliant football club”.

English sides, Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton and Tottenham made it to the knockout stage of their respective European tournaments, the Champions League and Europa League. Chelsea are assured of finishing top of their group whilst Arsenal must win and Dortmund lose to top theirs. In the Europa League, Everton will finish top of their group with one game remaining, and Spurs need to avoid defeat to do the same. Both Liverpool and Manchester City need a win to finish second in their Champions League Group.

You can see the Premier League fixtures below.

29 Nov 12:45 West Brom v Arsenal
29 Nov 15:00 Burnley v Aston Villa
29 Nov 15:00 Liverpool v Stoke
29 Nov 15:00 Man Utd v Hull
29 Nov 15:00 QPR v Leicester
29 Nov 15:00 Swansea v Crystal Palace
29 Nov 15:00 West Ham v Newcastle
29 Nov 17:30 Sunderland v Chelsea
30 Nov 13:30 Southampton v Man City
30 Nov 16:00 Spurs v Everton

 

The SoccerStarz Premiership standings

week 12

Lunatic Attack Force remains top of the SoccerStarz Premiership six points ahead of second placed Dangarys Corinthian and Bismillah ahhh is a further four points behind in third.

Wave 2 foil bags can now be found in Smyths and we have a great offer for you to claim a free Neymar figure. All you need to do is purchase some SoccerStarz from Smyths, send us the receipt and we will stick a Neymar in the post for you. Click here to read more info –  http://www.newz.soccerstarz.com/soccerstarz-available-now-in-smyths-toys-superstores-with-your-chance-to-claim-a-free-neymar-jr-figure/

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 16

Welcome to Talk of the Turnstile, issue 16.

International matches now put to bed until March; Malky Mackay is back in work,  and former German goalkeeper to join the WWE.

Home nations England and Scotland both tasted victory in their qualifying games whilst Wales held Belgium to a draw. And it was actually the Republic of Ireland who the Scots overcame to win 1-0. Northern Ireland lost for the first time with defeat to Romania.

England went on to face Scotland in a friendly which ended 3-1 to the former as Rooney scored a brace to move within three goals of Bobby Charlton’s scoring record.

Dick Advocaat and Claudio Ranieri both left their jobs in the international break following less than satisfactory performances; Serbia lost 3-1 to Denmark whilst Greece lost at home to the Faroe Islands. Daley Blind suffered a serious looking knee ligament injury which will cause concern for Louis Van Gaal, something we will look at later on.

Malkay Mackay has been appointed manager of Wigan Athletic, an appointment that is sure to cause much controversy. Mackay will only be focussed on improving Wigan’s standing in the Championship and will block out any negative distractions from the media.

Let’s jump to Sports Entertainment now and the World Wrestling Entertainment otherwise known as WWE. Former Werder Bremen and Germany keeper Tim Wiese is all set to sign a contract with the company to become a WWE wrestler on the NXT brand. NXT is the developmental roster, where wrestlers will hone their skills before moving on to the main roster of RAW and Smackdown. Wiese is not the first keeper to try his hand out in NXT as Stuart Tomlinson, better known to wrestling fans as Hugo Knox, left the football world in 2013 and signed with the WWE. We wondered what Wiese’s wrestling name could be; the best we came up with was The Keeper and his finisher would be the Shot Stopper, why not put your ideas into the comment box below.

The Premier League returned this weekend and you can check out all the fixtures below.

 

22 Nov 15:00 Chelsea v West Brom
22 Nov 15:00 Everton v West Ham
22 Nov 15:00 Leicester v Sunderland
22 Nov 15:00 Man City v Swansea
22 Nov 15:00 Newcastle v QPR
22 Nov 15:00 Stoke v Burnley
22 Nov 17:30 Arsenal v Man Utd
23 Nov 13:30 Crystal Palace v Liverpool
23 Nov 16:00 Hull v Spurs
24 Nov 20:00 Aston Villa v Southampton

Wave 2 foil bags can now be found in Smyths and we have a great offer for you to claim a free Neymar figure. All you need to do is purchase some SoccerStarz from Smyths, send us the receipt and we will stick a Neymar in the post for you. Click here to read more info –  http://www.newz.soccerstarz.com/soccerstarz-available-now-in-smyths-toys-superstores-with-your-chance-to-claim-a-free-neymar-jr-figure/

Smyths free Neymar

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

SoccerStarz available now in Smyths Toys Superstores, with your chance to claim a free Neymar Jr figure.

With SoccerStarz Wave 2 figures in foil bag and single figure blister packs now available in Smyths Toys Superstores, we are giving you the chance to expand your collection further with a free Neymar figure.

All you have to do is send us a receipt of your purchase to receive your free Neymar figure in Brazil kit.

SoccerStarz is available in selected UK and Ireland stores.

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Smyths free Neymar

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Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 15

Welcome to Talk of the Turnstile, issue 15.

I bring you a special double edition of ToT this week due to the SoccerStarz Van going out on the road in London last Friday. So instead of releasing one mid week I wanted to wait so we can show you some of the places the Van got to. I’m sure you’ll recognize the majority of them.

So I’ll begin with the van’s trip to London with our first stop the home of English football, Wembley Stadium

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The van soon arrived at Buckingham Palace,

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Then we stopped off at Abbey Road made famous by the Beatles,

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Before going to see the Millennium Eye, in the day……

 

 

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And then the evening.

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The van is sure to stop at many more destinations so keep an eye out!

Premier League action from last week saw Chelsea stay four points clear as only Southampton kept touching distance with the Blues. Manchester City could only manage a draw with struggling QPR, Arsenal lost to Swansea and Manchester United squeezed past Crystal Palace thanks to a goal from Juan Mata. Burnley gain their first win at the 11th time of asking but remain bottom, meaning the relegation positions are currently situated by all the newly promoted teams.

International Break this weekend!

As we enter yet another international break, home nations Rep of Ireland come face to face with Scotland in the Euro 2016 qualifiers. Both have realistic hopes of qualifying for the finals in France. Ireland drew with Germany last time out, whilst Scotland managed to win a point away in Poland.

England will go head-to-head with Slovenia in a 5 o clock kick off at Wembley Stadium on Saturday.

The SoccerStarz Premiership standings

Week 11

Lunatic Attack Force stay top as Dangarys Corinthians sit just two points behind and New York Yankees a further four from second.

As many of you may have seen, one of our SoccerStarz fans witnessed a minutes silence with his SoccerStarz figures last weekend. Charlie, remembered those that gave their lives for us and we shall never forget the sacrifice they made.

 

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We shall never forgetLest We Forget

 

 

 

As always we love to hear from you,so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 14

Welcome to issue 14 of Talk of the Turnstile

The Manchester Derby is upon us.

Welcome to another edition of Talk of the Turnstile, the place where I discuss recent goings-on in the world of football and of course SoccerStarz.

We will start with last week’s launch of the SoccerStarz Van. As many of you know the van was unveiled at the National Football Museum and we would just like to thank everyone that attended. Each attendee received a bling bag, a blister pack and a special voucher for use within the football museum. The van will now begin to tour the country with dates to be released soon. Keep an eye out though because we could be driving anywhere on any given day. This Thursday the van stopped in numerous places around London. Could your town/city be next?

Hugh in the Van

the SoccerStarz Van

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Ronaldo and Co. eat into Barcelona’s lead.

Another Ronaldo goal, plus efforts from Pepe and Benzema saw the European Champions overcome the Catalans in the first El Clasico of the season. Barca had actually gone ahead thanks to a neat finish from Neymar, but Real bit back with three goals to give them the victory. Oh did we mention it was Luis Suarez debut?

Will Manchester be blue or red this Sunday?

Like the El Clasico above, Manchester hold’s its first derby of the season this weekend. The current Champions will be favourites for this tie, but will be missing David Silva. United on the other hand can welcome Wayne Rooney following a three game suspension and will be full of confidence thanks to the late goal scored against Chelsea last week.

SoccerStarz Premiership.

Here are the current standings of the SoccerStarz Premiership and we have a new league leader.Week 9

Lunatic Attack Force are the new leaders of the SoccerStarz Premiership, knocking New York Yankees down to second place. Bismillah ahhhh make their first appearance in the top five, taking third spot, Catch Me if You Kanu are forth with Dangarys Corinthian now sitting in fifth place.

This weekend’s fixtures

01 Nov 12:45 Newcastle v Liverpool
01 Nov 15:00 Arsenal v Burnley
01 Nov 15:00 Chelsea v QPR
01 Nov 15:00 Everton v Swansea
01 Nov 15:00 Hull v Southampton
01 Nov 15:00 Leicester v West Brom
01 Nov 15:00 Stoke v West Ham
02 Nov 13:30 Man City v Man Utd
02 Nov 16:00 Aston Villa v Spurs
03 Nov 20:00 Crystal Palace v Sunderland

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 13

Welcome to issue 13 of Talk of the Turnstile

The day is here to unveiled the SoccerStarz Van.

Welcome to another edition of Talk of the Turnstile, the place where I discuss recent goings-on in the world of football and of course SoccerStarz.

So today is the day the SoccerStarz Van makes its first appearance at the National Football Museum. Starting at 10am and running until 2pm, you can come and see the van in all its glory and if you arrive earlier enough you could be lucky enough to receive a free football plus+ ticket. We will post plenty of pictures for those of you that cannot be there in the coming days. Also if you guys manage to take any pictures make sure you tweet them to us @ctcSoccerStarz and we will retweet as many as possible.

Have you added us on Snapchat yet? Add us now for your chance to see brand new product releases, behind the scene sculpts and much more! Our username is ctcSoccerStarz so get adding.

Was Balotelli swapping his shirt at halftime so bad?

The Balotelli swapping shirt incident has been the big news this week and has more than papered over the fact that Real Madrid beat Liverpool 3-0 with all the goals coming in the first half. The incident has been met with outrage in some quarters, non more so than the Liverpool Echo where they demanded that an apology was given to all Liverpool fans. I don’t seem to remember that when Suarez bit someone? In my opinion it has been made into a much bigger deal than its worth. Those calling for Balotelli to leave, well he has played just eight games. Need I remind the starts Bergkamp and Henry had at Arsenal, yet they became club legends.

El Clasico

Today is the first El Clasico of the 2014/15 season and it will also be Luis Suarez’s competitive debut. What a game for him to make his official bow. Gareth Bale will be absent from the fixture, but it is still set up to be a massive game. We’re sure there will be goals galore in this one.

SoccerStarz Premiership.

Week 8

New York Yankees remain top whilst two new entries have broken into the top 5.  Spurs FC now sit second whilst Catch Me If You Kanu, have taken third spot.

This weekend’s fixtures

25 Oct 12:45 West Ham v Man City
25 Oct 15:00 Liverpool v Hull
25 Oct 15:00 Southampton v Stoke
25 Oct 15:00 Sunderland v Arsenal
25 Oct 15:00 West Brom v Crystal Palace
25 Oct 17:30 Swansea v Leicester
26 Oct 13:30 Burnley v Everton
26 Oct 13:30 Spurs v Newcastle
26 Oct 16:00 Man Utd v Chelsea
27 Oct 20:00 QPR v Aston Villa

 

Good luck to everyone in the SoccerStarz Premiership this weekend and we are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Natonal Football Museum tomorrow.

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 12

Say hello to the SoccerStarz Van.

Welcome to another edition of Talk of the Turnstile, the place where I discuss recent goings-on in the world of football and of course SoccerStarz.

I’ll begin with a big SoccerStarz announcement!! We have some very exciting news, as starting next week SoccerStarz will be going on tour.

Our first stop will be the National Football Museum in Manchester, where we will be in attendance with the brand new SoccerStarz Van. From 10am til 2pm we will be at the museum, giving away SoccerStarz as well as showing some of our new 2015 edition figures!

We will be posting much more information next week, plus the first pictures of the van so please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page.

Raheem’s Rest

Who would have thought that the big news from the Estonia game wouldn’t be the fact that England laboured to a 1-0 victory but more the fact that Raheem Sterling didn’t start because he was tired. Cue ex-players and plenty of journalists questioning him and criticising the decision, but I for one back Sterling 100% on this. He did what was best for the team and if his body wasn’t up to it, then I’m sure neither was his head. He has come in for a lot of stick this week none more so than from ex-England striker Alan Shearer. Alas, I wonder if Shearer had fully thought through his comments, this is a player that decided to retire from international duty at the age of 29. Michael Owen also decided to make himself heard when he said name one player you know that has suffered due to burnout. Well I can certainly name one, and that’s you Mr Owen.

There were some shocks in the European Qualifiers this week as World Champions Germany succumbed to defeat at Poland and The Netherlands lost to Iceland. Had this been a qualifying tournament for the 16 format Euros, the Dutch would have been in serious trouble, as they are currently 6 points off the top two having lost twice in their group. It was a great week for the Home Nations though, as England, Northern Ireland and Wales all bagged wins, whilst Scotland drew 2-2 away in Poland and Rep of Ireland secured a 1-1 away in Germany. Could all five it to the finals?

As I’m sure everyone is excited, the Premier League returns this week and what better way to start than Manchester City vs. Tottenham Hotspur. Take a look below for the rest of this weekend’s fixtures.

18 Oct 12:45 Man City v Spurs
18 Oct 15:00 Arsenal v Hull
18 Oct 15:00 Burnley v West Ham
18 Oct 15:00 Crystal Palace v Chelsea
18 Oct 15:00 Everton v Aston Villa
18 Oct 15:00 Newcastle v Leicester
18 Oct 15:00 Southampton v Sunderland
19 Oct 13:30 QPR v Liverpool
19 Oct 16:00 Stoke v Swansea
20 Oct 20:00 West Brom v Man Utd

Competition time!

The Charlotte Lade competition closed last Sunday and we have a winner.

Picked out the hat, Congratulations to Holly Carbonelli for winning the England 15 player team pack, signed by Charlotte. Please can you either send your details to info@soccerstarz.com or PM us on Facebook.

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 11

International week, Sol Campbell tells the FA to give G.Nev the boot, and UEFA finally see sense in the seeds.

Welcome to another edition of Talk of the Turnstile, the place where I discuss recent goings-on in the world of football and of course SoccerStarz.

The international fixtures seem like a good place to start, especially if you are a Slovakian fan. A 2-1 victory over Spain was the major surprise in the Thursday night fixtures, whilst England lumbered to a 5-0 win over minnows San Marino. As Hodgson had said prior to the game “don’t expect a lot of goals” many fans still expected lots of goals against a side that is joint bottom of the world rankings. Five goals was to be the total on this night, not quite the eight that they scored passed them a few years back mind, but it’s about getting the win. As for Spain, Casillas can certainly be blamed for the first goal and one wonders how long Del Bosque will continue with the keeper after a few blunders. With De Gea now knocking on the door, you would think it will be sooner rather than later.

One story that did surprise me this week is Sol Campbell supposedly making the notion that Gary Neville shouldn’t be part of the England setup and that he should be instead. The claim is that Campbell is just about to finish his pro license badges and that because of the career he has had, he deserves a job in football, namely Neville’s England job. When you look at this in more detail than technically everything he has said means Neville should keep the job. So let’s break it down.

1. Neville also has his coaching badges

2. Comparing Neville and Campbell’s career, take a peep at the table below

G.Neville Campbell
England Caps 85 73
Premier League 8 2
FA Cup 3 3
League Cup 2 1
Champions League 2 0
World Club Cup 1 0
Intercontinental Trophy 1 0
Community Shield 3 0

So on that basis alone, Hodgson very much has the correct man in the job. No doubt Campbell will find himself a job in football once he has finished his pro license and I for one hope it is with one of the top clubs in the game, if not then certainly the Premier League.

On a final note UEFA have decided to alter the way the seeding works for the Champions League. The league winners of the top leagues will now be a top seed for the group draws. It makes a whole lot of sense that UEFA have gone down that route and I think it makes for a much fairer system.

SoccerStarz goes MEGA!

If you haven’t seen it already then take a look at our Facebook page where you can see our ad on the back of MEGA! Magazine, which showcases some of our best sculpts, plus some new players.

The SoccerStarz Premiership standings.

Week 7

New York Yankees have remained top after week 7 and have begun to open a little points gap. Hugh Or? are now joint second with Lunatic Attack Force but both are 22 points behind NYY.

Just a note on Guess the Scores, we have had a fair amount of questions on it lately. We have no date set for when this will return yet, we are still making some big improvements, so we would just like to thank all of you for bearing with us and as soon as we have a release date, you’ll be the first to know.

Competition time!

You still have time to enter our Charlotte Lade competition. All you need to do is click this link and it will take you straight to the Competition page.

http://bit.ly/10E169n

As always we love to hear from you, so you can either comment below or tweet @ctcSoccerStarz or you can tweet me directly @Dominiho7.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.

Talk of the Turnstile – Issue 10

Welcome to issue 10 of Talk of the Turnstile

A weekend fuelled with two massive derby games, and Rooney sees red.

The Merseyside derby is always a great spectacle for the fans and neutrals, both clubs haven’t started the way they would have liked, and the form guide generally goes out the window in a game like this. With bragging rights at stake, the blue half of Liverpool will definitely have gone home the happier from this one. With the reds one up and the clock ticking, Phil Jagielka scored an absolute screamer in the 91st minute to draw the sides level. A possible goal of the season contender? Perhaps. The draw leaves both clubs in the bottom half of the table.

Fast forward to 5:15pm Saturday, and the North London derby is set to take place, and for all the hype from the previous derbies, (5-2, 4-4 scorelines etc) this one finished one a piece. A Chadli goal could easily have given Spurs all the three points, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain evened the scores and the game finished 1-1.

Wayne Rooney saw red last weekend, his first for United since 2009 and all of a sudden people say he is a bad captain? I seem to remember Roy Keane getting sent off rather a lot and nobody complained then? Regardless, Rooney will not feature for United at all in October and will return to the first team in November. Juan Mata take note, this is your time to prove you should start as a number 10.

The SoccerStarz Premiership standings.

Week 6

So New York Yankees top the SoccerStarz Premiership yet again. Hugh Or? are down to third place whilst Lunatic Attack Force stay in second.

Just a note on Guess the Scores, we have had a fair amount of questions on it lately. We have no date set for when this will return yet, we are still making some big improvements, so we would just like to thank all of you for bearing with us and as soon as we have a release date, you’ll be the first to know.

Here are this weekend’s Premier League fixtures.

04 Oct 15:00 Hull v Crystal Palace
04 Oct 15:00 Leicester v Burnley
04 Oct 15:00 Liverpool v West Brom
04 Oct 15:00 Sunderland v Stoke
04 Oct 15:00 Swansea v Newcastle
04 Oct 17:30 Aston Villa v Man City
05 Oct 12:00 Man Utd v Everton
05 Oct 14:05 Chelsea v Arsenal
05 Oct 14:05 Spurs v Southampton
05 Oct 16:15 West Ham v QPR

 

Competition time!

Here is a reminder of last weeks competition

“If Robin Van Persie scores for Manchester United this weekend we will give away 5 SoccerStarz figures of him.”

Well he did and we had five lucky winners, they were Adam Shovman, Callum Kennedy, Paul Hickey, Paul Skipsey and Andrew Kileen.

This week’s competition will be posted on Monday morning, on our Facebook page so make sure you keep an eye out for that.

Thanks again for reading everyone and we hope you have a great weekend.