We’re moving!

Longpuntupfield has a new home – longpuntupfield.com! Over the next few days we’ll start to move permanently over to that domain. It already contains all the articles and images from this site, and… Continue reading

The Invincibles: A Look Back

49 games unbeaten. 36 victories. 13 draws. 112 goals. A monumental achievement, unlikely ever to be replicated or beaten. Between 2003 and 2004, Arsenal left their mark on football in this country. History… Continue reading

An Ode to Dennis Bergkamp

  Oh Dennis Bergkamp, I loved you when I was a boy. No not in that way Dennis, Don’t make me go all coy. With a football at your feet, You were like… Continue reading

6 strikers your club should be watching

If there’s anything that Newcastle United’s successful poaching of France’s Ligue 1 – or Swansea’s unbelievable deal for Michu – has taught fans of the Premier League, it’s that top-quality talent can be… Continue reading

If Footballers weren’t Footballers… Part 2

After the huge success (5 likes!) of the first If Footballers weren’t Footballers, we’ve decided that a second installment is something that the people evidently want to see – nay, need to see.… Continue reading

Bundesliga 2012-2013: 10 Players To Watch

The Bundesliga isn’t always the first league that comes to mind when European football is being discussed, whether it be in pubs and cafes or on internet forums. A large percentage of these… Continue reading

Radamel Falcao – El Tigre

‘It is better to have lived one day as a tiger than a thousand years as a sheep.’ – Old Tibetan proverb Three years ago, the name Radamel Falcao García Zarate might not… Continue reading

If Footballers weren’t Footballers…

There’s been many a time when, while watching, listening to or reading an interview conducted with one of the many bastions of the world’s most beautiful game, Longpuntupfield have thought to ourselves ‘what… Continue reading

The True Faces of the Premier League Season – Longpuntupfield Special Award Ceremony

As another season draws to a close, it’s time to look back and reflect on the Premier League 2011/12 season. Manchester City’s expensively assembled squad looks likely to secure the League title next… Continue reading

Beating Barcelona

Although they lag behind Real Madrid by a full 10 points in the Primera Liga at this moment in time due to some uncharacteristically under-par performances (when compared to their own high standards),… Continue reading

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