An in-depth animated match report of the Euro 2016 final between Portugal and France, with Cristiano Ronaldo going through conflicting emotions during the 120 minutes.

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An overview of the France Germany semi in the sofa-bound lo-fi animated report style.

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Mr Roy and Gary Neville – England v Iceland, Euro 2016

June 28, 2016

The final episode of Mr Roy and Gary Neville – this time we see the game from the perspective of Iceland’s mercurial managerial duo. During the game, Roy visualises ultimate glory. But football can be cruel. With a montage of some of their greatest moments at the end.

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Lo-fi Animated Match Reports

July 17, 2012

I spent much of he Euros making animated videos for the WSC site. For the full list see the animation page. Here’s the most recent one. Obviously I wanted Spain to win. I love the way they play, even if it does make my eyes bleed sometimes. It’s a bit like looking at certain kinds […]

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WSC Daily: The Influence of Suriname in Holland’s Great Teams

May 22, 2012

Illustration for the WSC Daily, May 22nd 2012, at wsc.co.uk

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Euro 2012 Preview

May 22, 2012

From April edition of When Saturday Comes, Euro 2012 Preview

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Last Word Illustration: Football Manager

May 22, 2012

From the April edition of When Saturday Comes

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Graphic Details: Pep Guardiola

May 22, 2012

From the April edition of When Saturday Comes?

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Fat Bloke Pile-Up (yes, it’s the Rugby World Cup)

September 8, 2011

First installment of my Tactics Masterclass rugby videos.

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Sports cartoons and illustrations by Tim Bradford

October 8, 2010

Blimey – I’m Good! © Tim Bradford 1995 Acrylic, ink and gouache on photo print (Frank Worthington pic © Coloursport) ____________ Kids’ Tournament © Tim Bradford 2010 ____________ Is Messi Really Any Good? © Tim Bradford 2010 ____________ Roy Keane’s Temper © Tim Bradford 1996

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