April 2014

Shoot’s April edition brings you a whole array of exciting features as the vital matches come thick and fast at the top and bottom in every league. We have exclusive interviews with players from the top four leagues, England legend Peter Shilton and avid Leeds fans Simon Rix and Nick 'Peanut' Baines from the Kaiser Chiefs....

March 2014

Shoot’s March edition brings you a whole array of exciting features as the season enters its final few months and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil creeps forever closer. We take a look at the players Roy should give a chance ahead of the tournament. We also profile the in-form Eden Hazard and check out at five midfield magicians. We have the Football League covered too with three exclusive interview...

February 2014

The latest edition of Shoot 2014 brings you the best and the latest from the beautiful game. The 64-page is packed with interviews, features, activities and stunning up to date images from the world of football. We take a look back at all the Premier League January transfers and bring you a host of exclusive interviews from across the football leagues....

January 2014

The New Year is here and Shoot’s first edition of 2014 brings you an exciting array of features, interviews and images from the beautiful game. We’ve also included some fantastic competitions which could see you win the new Warrior Superheat boots and World Cup themed bottles....

December 2013

The festive period is here once again and Shoot is providing you with an early Christmas treat. Our December edition is a festive football feast full of great features, interviews, quizzes, competitions, images, and that all important footy Xmas gift guide which will help you decide what to buy your football mad friends and family members....

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A couple of points on this. Firstly he only scored one against West Ham and only 3 goals from open play in the Prem all season. The last of these was in that West Ham game in December and so no goals this year. I think it is far to early to say that he is a proven goal scorer at this level. And to compare him to Raheem Sterling maybe right in terms of his off field antics, but he is far away from the player Sterling is. On top of the misdemeanours that are mentioned above, he fell out with Uwe Rosler at Brentford and seems not to have endeared himself to the other Albion players with his "Billy Big Boots" attitude and immature twitter comments. Berahino still has much to prove and it is quite conceivable that he could be the next David Bentley, plying his trade for some obscure club overseas. He needs to wake up.

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I don't like when people talk about so-called "easier" run ins. Every game in the Premiership is tough so can you refrain from the idea, Arsenal have a easier fixture run in. As for the criticism of Arsenal against Wigan, I agree totaly. Did Fabianski actualy make a save apart from the penalty shoot out? Er no! Did Ben Foster make crucial saves on a regular basis to keep Wigan in the game? Er yes he did. Did Wigan hit the post twice and have an effort cleared of the line? Er no. Arsenal deserved the win Wigan were fortunate to reach penalties, but as you highlighted, the English media and pundits, were hallucinating.

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Totally agree, I couldn't have put it better myself.

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No Dave Watson in Safc team? Nuts.

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Really enjoyed this article and I share your sentiments about Hull City always 'doing it the hard way' and their modest record in cup competitions. We would be well down any list of clubs with that 'great cup tradition'. But that's what makes our current FA Cup success so extra special. At Wembley at the weekend the big day was genuinely appreciated, you could see the passion, delight and even suprise, in the eyes of the Tiger Nation. One thing's for sure, City fans will make the very most of their visit to Wembley for the FA Cup Final. It's the fact we haven't been to a final before that will make it such a memorable day, we will soak up every minute! After all, it's our duty in a way, many of us will have been brought to watch City for the first time by dads, grandads, brothers, susters, mothers, uncles, aunts and close friends, many of whom are no longer with us. So do it for Hull. Do it for all those who supported over 110 years and could only dream of the Premier League, FA Cup Final and City of Culture status, all wrapped in one bundle over the last few months. It never was dull in Hull, but let's enjoy these rays of sunshine whilst we can and long may it continue. But live the moment and live the dream. #CTWD #for those who never heard the Premier League bell and never saw us at Wembley

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