Author: Ian

Chaos At Halesowen 6

Chaos At Halesowen

With a fans’ boycott and the fraud squad hanging around, this season couldn’t have started more chaotically for Halesowen Town of the Southern League.

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Shit Shot Mungo S02E08

Another week, another new manager. Scottish crisis club Heart of Clackmannannshire need a steadying influence, and that man is Celebrity Ghost Agent Eric Hall.

The Acquittal Of The Tottenham Two 15

The Acquittal Of The Tottenham Two

Two Spurs supporters have been acquitted of abusive and offensive chanting aimed at Sol Campbell, but this doesn’t mean that the club’s supporters shouldn’t reappraise their poisonous attitude towards him.

No Agreement Between The BSP & ESPN 15

No Agreement Between The BSP & ESPN

It’s almost October and the Blue Square Premier still has no television coverage after the collapse of talks with ESPN. Can they pull something out of the fire, or should they start to think more laterally?

Emmanuel’s Mixed Day At The Office 4

Emmanuel’s Mixed Day At The Office

Arsenal’s trip to Manchester City on Saturday was always likely to be a potential tinderbox. City are the arrivistes, the newly-minted money and Arsenal are the team whose Champions League place they are most...

A World Cup Finals Without Argentina? 10

A World Cup Finals Without Argentina?

Now is not a particularly good time to be an Argentinian football supporter. Not only have their most loathed opposition – Brazil and England – already qualified for the finals of the 2010 World...

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Shit Shot Mungo – S02E07

Time, then, for your weekly dose of Mungo. This week sees Sir Roddy Bulbs slow descent towards insanity gather pace with the purchase of a panda. You can get a bigger version of this...

Michael Shields Released 2

Michael Shields Released

The decision to release Michael Shields, made by Justice Secretary Jack Straw this morning brings to a close one chapter of a particularly unpleasant incident in the recent history of English football. It has...

England’s Greatest Hope? 0

England’s Greatest Hope?

England beat the Netherlands 2-1 on Sunday evening to move into the final of the 2009 European Women’s Football Championships in Finland, where they will play Germany on Sunday night. Perhaps predictably (and exactly...