A Quick Thursday Night Round-Up

Well, what a busy week it’s been. And it’s only Thursday! To think – just last week I was contemplating how long I was going to be able keep this blog going for. Much to cover tonight, and all this on the busiest day that this little corner of the internet has seen since the heady days of August last year. It’ll all settle in a day or so, though. I’m fairly certain of that. Three stories have really grabbed my attention this week so I’ll devote a little time to each of them. They are, in no particular order, the on going rumblings from SW19 over the points deduction foisted upon AFC Wimbledon in the Ryman League, the American takeover of Liverpool, and the decisions coming from Italy over what initial steps they going to take after last week’s unhappy events on Sicily. Wimbledon Singles: The argument over the AFC Wimbledon situation has been rumbling on all day, and I don’t have an enormous amount more to say on the subject, apart from to point out briefly that a large amount of the spite thrown at them is brought about through jealousy of a well-run club, and that I still haven’t heard a convincing argument in favour of the size of their points reduction apart from “consistency” (ah, right – so it’s better to consistently make the wrong...

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