September 2007

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If You Don’t Want To Know The Score, Look Away Now

Right, so, football on the television. Nothing else has influenced the way that we all watch football as much as television. It still seems difficult to believe that, as recently as the early 1980s, there were only about three live matches on the television (typically the annual England vs Scotland international match, the FA Cup…

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September 24, 2007
Ian

Themes Of The Unexpected

It’s probably fair to say that I have developed a bit of a “thing” for football on the television. I also think that it’s fair to say that quite a lot of you lot have as well. I put a load of links to the TV themes from football shows from over the years up…

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September 23, 2007
Ian

Fiddling While Roman Burns

At the time of writing, Manchester United and Chelsea are huffing and puffing their way around the Old Trafford pitch. From what I’ve caught of it so far, United are completely over-running Chelsea at the moment and taking pot shots at a somewhat horrified-looking Petr Cech. Whatever happens on the pitch this afternoon, however, will…

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September 23, 2007
Ian

Your Friday Night Radio Compendium

I’m planning, for the first time (although some of you might not believe me) to write about something other than football on here this evening. High excitement, indeed. In the meantime, though, the latest Baker & Kelly podcast is available to download here and, for those of you that simply can’t get enough of them…

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September 21, 2007
Ian

Blue Is The Colour

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last twelve hours, you’ll be fully aware that Chelsea have sacked Jose Mourinho. Coming hot on the heels of the Brian Clough link that I put up on here last night, it counts as one of the madder decisions of the last few years or so….

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September 20, 2007
Ian

It’s Oh So Quiet

First of all, something of an apology to any of you that might have lumped your money on OM to take a hiding at the hands of Besiktas last night on the strength of how awful I said they were last Saturday. They were really dreadful, I promise. Still, as I’ve said before, anyone that…

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September 19, 2007
Ian

La Marseillaise

If you happen to be a Liverpool supporter, then I’ve got good news for you. Olympique de Marseille, who are drawn against them in the group stages of this year’s European Cup, are lousy this year. Rotten. And if you want any further proof of this, consider that Toulouse, who Liverpool brushed aside in the…

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September 18, 2007
Ian
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