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Mungo S04E03

Mungo S04E03

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October 26, 2011
Ian
Mungo S04E02

Mungo S04E02

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September 30, 2011
Ian
Ormondroyd’s Virtual Match Reports…. Now In High Definition!

Ormondroyd’s Virtual Match Reports…. Now In High Definition!

In the late nineties, Fulham supporter Ormondroyd started following his exploits around the country by producing an illustrated match report for each game. As Fulham were at the lower reaches of the Football League at the time, his accurate depictions of Northampton’s Sixfields Stadium, and Notts County defender Matt Redmile may have been lost on…

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September 12, 2011
Ian
Mungo S04E01

Mungo S04E01

Some of you may have been worried about the fate of Mungo McCrackas, currently the world’s third-best Scottish football player. You’ll be pleased to hear that he rides again thanks to the dazzling pen wrangler David Squires. It’s Mungo’s first day at Premier League newcomers Primrose Hill Ramblers and that means meeting the press. But…

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September 5, 2011
Ian
The Twohundredpercent pre-season previews: Premier League kits

The Twohundredpercent pre-season previews: Premier League kits

No self-respecting football supporter would be seen without their team’s 2011/12 shirt on the terraces this season. What’s wrong with you? Don’t love your club enough to spend 114 quid on a polyester nightmare? Actually, kit design has improved immeasurably in recent years. Which is why it’s a real pity that this year’s offerings are…

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August 12, 2011
Ted
Thursday picture: Puzzle Time!

Thursday picture: Puzzle Time!

With the good name of British journalism currently hanging in the balance, by which I mean “everyone is realising that it’s as wantonly venal as we always suspected”, Twohundredpercent leaps to its aid with its inaugural – and probably last – Puzzle Page.

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July 7, 2011
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Thursday Picture: Struck By Lightning

Thursday Picture: Struck By Lightning

Dotmund has always been a fan of football manager’s excuses, and you don’t get any better excuses than from the coaches of national sides from countries with oppressive regimes. Even so, North Korea’s Kim Kwang-min still managed to go above and beyond with his reason why his team had lost their opening match in the…

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June 30, 2011
Ted
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