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Depending on your view of West Ham United, the FA’s decision to fine them £5.5m is either a rare case of them calling a disciplinary decision correctly or they fudged it to avoid making a difficult decision. On the one hand, £5.5m is a lot of money. It’s out of the league of the fines…
There is still a chance that they can stay up. If Leeds United can beat Derby County by eight goals next Sunday and Hull City lose their match, it will be the team from the east coast that drop, but I can’t see it happening, can you? The fact that this whole, sorry saga has…
As you may have noticed, I have been writing about football here for almost twelve months. To allow myself a creative outlet for my passion for television, I’ve started a new blog to run alongside this one. You can have a look at it here. Let me know if you want to be linked from…
One of the abiding talking points of this football season has been the cost of it all. Whether it’s Premiership clubs seeing more and more empty seats at their matches, the possibility of even higher wages being offered to the best (or most marketable players), or the funding and financial structure of football clubs themselves,…
Having reached the half-way point in the European Cup semi-finals (because, let’s face it, it is a cup rather than a league now, and anyone that tells you any differently is being frankly delusional), and I can to report back to you that I have seen absolutely nothing that has changed my opinion of the…
This Saturday, the flags at several English football clubs will be flying at half-mast to mourn the passing of Alan Ball, at the age of just 61. Ball, the youngest member of the English 1966 World Cup winning team died from a heart attack last night, becoming the second member of that team to join…
As I noted on here the other day, it’s likely that the battle to stay in the Football League will go right to the wire again this season. Of course, we’ve been here before. As fat back as 1987, a Torquay United player was bitten by a police dog, and a goal deep into the…