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Vlog on the pitch — transfer deadline day

September 2, 2008

Owen Wyatt is joined by a sober-shirted Jon Bramley to discuss the deadline day transfer deals.

Vlog on the pitch – Have England sunk to a new low?

August 21, 2008

A Steve McClaren tribute band. Wasters. Shapeless, aimless and hopeless, tactically chaotic and technically stunted, a mess from start to finish.

Vlog on the pitch – Why is Benitez looking closer to home?

July 29, 2008

Robbie Keane’s arrival at Liverpool and the long pursuit of Gareth Barry suggest Rafa Benitez is looking more at British Isles players than in the past.

Vlog on the pitch – Reactions to Scolari’s arrival

July 9, 2008

Luiz Felipe Scolari held his first news conference as Chelsea manager on Tuesday.

Vlog on the pitch at QPR – Can money buy lasting success?

July 3, 2008

Can money buy lasting success in football? This week vlog on the pitch host Owen Wyatt hangs out with some models to find out.

Vlog on the pitch – A view of Spain’s victory from Cadiz

June 23, 2008

Vlog on the pitch host Owen Wyatt travels to Cadiz to bring us his view of Spain’s penalty shootout victory over Italy in the Euro 2008 quarter-final.

Vlog on the pitch — Spain are certainly not missing Raul

June 17, 2008

When Spain’s coach Luis Aragones decided to leave Real Madrid striker Raul out of his squad for Euro 2008 some thought he would live to regret his decision.

Tony Blair joins Vlog on the Pitch

June 13, 2008

With Vlog on the Pitch regular Jon Bramley away in Vienna, Owen Wyatt has been scouring the land for the perfect replacement and we think he’s found his man in Tony Blair.

Vlog on the pitch — time to put Rooney back centre stage

May 29, 2008

Join vlogmeister Owen Wyatt as he goes to the London College of Communication to seek opinions on Wayne Rooney’s role for England.

Vlog on the pitch – why do English players slip taking penalties?

May 22, 2008

David Beckham slipped and missed a key penalty for England against Portugal at Euro 2004 and now John Terry’s loss of footing has handed the Champions League to Manchester United.