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Portuguese football’s baffling alacrity at finding young, charismatic and highly skilled coaches continues to baffle everyone in England, where Sam Allardyce remains a credible candidate for the role of national team manager. But how are they doing it? Dotmund claims to have found out.
On the 26th June, the sixth Women’s World Cup kicks off in Germany. It is twenty years since the tournament started, during which time the women’s game has come on significantly, particularly in terms of its public profile. However, women’s football – particularly women’s professional football – is still very much in its infancy. The…
It’s a question we at Twohundredpercent barely ever ask because it’s demonstrably so stupid, but – can football save the world? Although it’s not the sort of question we’d ask, it is now sadly the sort of question we have nevertheless answered, as Dotmund presents this sub-Boy’s Own adventure starring one of the world’s most…
It’s been an unusual season, but one which nevertheless has had a familiar outcome. Manchester United continue to sweep all before them in the English game, and no referee or journalist seems able to stop them. Ahead of their European Cup Final on Saturday – their third, lest we forget, in the last four years…
Tomorrow, as you probably know, is the FA Cup Final between Manchester City and Stoke City. Editorial discretion prevents Dotmund from saying who he will be supporting. However, historical facts are indiscreet things indeed and as your correspondent has discovered, the shirt on your back may prove to be the very thing keeping you from…
It’s the long-awaited Mungo season finale… but will it be the last Mungo ever? Almost certainly not, is the answer. However, things look to be changing for both our hero and Heart of Clachmaninshire, although not necessarily in the same direction. Dotmund has complained endlessly about doing this all season, as ever. This time, though,…
It’s the end of the season which means today’s Mungo is the penultimate edition for a while at least, so be sure to drink it in. With Mungo incarcerated in the Tower of London for calling the future King of England a very bad thing in jest, Heart of Clachmaninshire’s hopes of avoiding relegation have…