Posts by Ted

Introducing… Unofficial, Unaffiliated Premier League Bingo!

Introducing… Unofficial, Unaffiliated Premier League Bingo!

By on Mar 14, 2014 in Art, Latest | 2 comments

Now, we’ve all done it – slumped down in front of the television or a laptop, wondering what on earth we can do to brighten up the prospect of a live match that we have no particular interest apart from the somewhat ghoulish hope that somebody might hold up a piece of card that says something particularly ridiculous, punch a referee, say something a bit...

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200%’s World Cup Magic, Part One: Argentina vs Cameroon – 1990

200%’s World Cup Magic, Part One: Argentina vs Cameroon – 1990

By on Dec 9, 2013 in International Football, Latest | 2 comments

In the first of a new occasional series, Ed Carter looks fondly back at his first World Cup finals match. It was Friday 8th June 1990. I was ten years old and I’d never seen a World Cup Finals match before. I came to football relatively late, or at least it felt that way at the time. No-one in my family had any particular interest in the game or strong...

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An Impossible Job: Twenty Years On

An Impossible Job: Twenty Years On

By on Oct 11, 2013 in International Football, Latest | 0 comments

Incredibly (face it, they’re a dreadful shower) it’s 20 years this week since England last failed to qualify for a World Cup Finals. Consequently there will be quite a number of you reading this who don’t remember, or perhaps weren’t even born to witness, the terrible scenes that ensued. Five days national mourning. Stock markets in Tokyo...

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The Friday Cartoon, Early: DO THESE MEN HATE ENGLAND?

The Friday Cartoon, Early: DO THESE MEN HATE ENGLAND?

By on Oct 3, 2013 in Art, Latest | 0 comments

In a departure from the norm on 200% this evening, we have handed over this week’s cartoon slot to Ed Liddle of The Football Spectator, who has some very strident opinions on the subject of… well… we’re not entirely sure, as it goes. Mr Liddle (whose nickname is “Supersonic” – one for the older folks amongst us, there) was...

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