Monthly Archives: October 2012

Palace: Dougie Freedman – A Fallen Idol?

I just can’t believe it. I can’t believe he’s left us. I didn’t really believe it until Bolton had announced it – I thought maybe he would have thought better. That he was having second thoughts about the move and … Read more…

Posted in Championship, Managers, News | 2 Comments

Money Leeds back to the Premiership

Whether you agree with it or not, no one can deny that money is one of the central factors in football in this day and age. From the multi-million pound wage bills to the ever-increasing ticket prices football could not … Read more…

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Blackburn: An Opportunity for the Right Man … If He Exists

I am not really one to wish ill on anybody, certainly not to the point where anyone is robbed of their livelihood. But in the case of Steve Kean I am willing to make an exception. After spending nearly two … Read more…

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England on Tour – Big Dave’s invasion of Poland

Before England’s recent World Cup qualifier against Poland we approached England fan ‘Big Dave’ to get the account of a traditional England fan who travels away. We had our reservations about this, we thought Dave maybe stupidly boring and just … Read more…

Posted in England, World Cup Qualifiers | 2 Comments

Life begins at 21

Tonight sees the last four games of the first leg of the UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifying play off, as Germany host Switzerland and England face Serbia while Czech Republic and France welcome Russia and Norway respectively.

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Twitter has brought fans closer to football! Really?

Not to sound like your drunken uncle at a family reunion, but I remember back when Twitter started to rouse a bit of interest in the UK. But just like Facebook, sports entertainment and super-sized portions, the UK trailed the … Read more…

Posted in Abuse, Controversy in Football, England, Football, Football and Social Media, Player focus, Premier League, the FA, Twitter | 6 Comments