Posts made in September, 2006

A Little Bit Of Perspective?

By on Sep 10, 2006 in Latest | 1 comment

An interesting weekend’s football, but everything was put into perspective by events further down the football ladder. More of that later. In the Premiership, Everton recorded their biggest win against Liverpool since 1964. It’s too early in the season to read any enormous significance into the result itself, but the question of what Andy Johnson has to...

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The Weekly Round-Up

By on Sep 9, 2006 in Latest | 1 comment

First of all, if there’s anybody left that actually still bothers to read this, please accept my apologies for not having updated this since Tuesday. I could have made all manner of excuses about having been busy and so on, but I haven’t. What I have been this week is utterly disheartened with football. The behaviour of Chelsea over the William Gallas...

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Star Wars

By on Sep 5, 2006 in Latest | 2 comments

So, William said that if he was selected for Chelsea, he’d score an own goal. Chelsea were outraged, and included him as part of the deal to sign Ashley Cole. And so it is that the putrid state of “tension” that has arisen between Arsenal and Chelsea rumbles on. They haven’t even kicked a ball against each other yet, and the daggers are drawn...

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Andorra And Out

By on Sep 4, 2006 in Latest | 1 comment

To those of you that say that there are no competitive matches at international level anymore… God. Although it was a terrible performance from Andorra, I suppose you could argue that it was a decent enough performance from England. They looked a bit more balanced, and had a bit more shape in midfield. Defoe looked sharp. Robinson (indeed, Brown and Ferdinand...

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Oxford United 2-1 St Albans City

By on Sep 2, 2006 in Latest | 0 comments

Well, we a great day out, at least. It was something of an ill-advised idea, really, taking half a day off work and getting the train from Brighton to Oxford, whilst filling ourselves with gin, but it seemed to do the trick, and we ended up a hair’s breadth away from what would have been the greatest result in the meagre history of The Saints. First up, we met...

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